What you can do: Deal with dust by cleaning in the safest, most effective way possible; avoid installing vinyl flooring and chemical air fresheners.
What you can do: Use clean-burning beeswax, and keep the wick clipped to keep chemicals and soot from hindering indoor air quality.
What you can do: To green your home and get rid of toxic offenders, start with the area under your sink. Switch out dangerous cleaners for safer ones, or make your own.
What you can do: Learn how you can protect an unborn baby by avoiding phthalates while you're pregnant.
What you can do: Think twice about wearing foundation and other cosmetics while pregnant, and evict phthalate-containing scented candles, laundry products, air fresheners, and personal-care products from your house.
What you can do: Learn how to read labels and buy greener products that are free of toxic chemicals.
What you can do: Help get rid of phthalate sources in your home, in school supplies, and at your child’s school.
What you can do: Work omega-3s into your menu plan using our recipe finder; avoid nail polish and artificially fragranced shampoos and other beauty products.
What you can do: Opt for whole, organic foods as much as possible to sidestep plastic chemicals used in food processing and packaging.
What you can do: Even if you don’t go completely vegetarian, eat organic produce and meats to keep phthalates and antibiotics out of your body.