Articles about the various ways bad plastics impact our health, and some thoughts on what we can do about it.

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Our addiction to single-use plastics reveals the most selfish side of our nature.

Phthalates levels in children’s lunch boxes over 27 times the federal safety limit.

The insanity of covering the ground with plastic grass.

Enjoy a phthalates, lead, cadmium and mercury-free Christmas.

How government agencies conspire to put profits ahead of health.

PepsiCo announces a new plastic bottle made from 100% plant-based materials.

Some aluminum water bottles leach 5 times as much BPA as the plastic bottles they are designed to replace.

Not all polystyrene plastics are in the form of foam.

Not all plastics marked with a 7 contain BPA.

BPA in plastics pose a significant health risk. But are those risks sometimes exaggerated?

The real cost of our consumer lifestyle will be paid for by our children. If they live long enough.

You think you know which plastics in your home are dangerous to your health? Think again.

If companies work to create BPA-free plastics in response to public pressure, what is the FDA for?

3 Reasons why you can’t trust companies or governments to keep toxic plastics out of your home.

When hospitals expose infants to phthalates, just what are they thinking?

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