Toxins In Many Household Products Associated With Fetal & Infant Brain Damage? You’ve Gotta Be Kidding!

| January 17, 2011

You've Gotta Be Kidding!According to an article published this week by Sheila Kaplan a writer for Politics Daily, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is finally releasing a list of what they call ‘potentially’ dangerous chemicals, many of which are found in common household products (light bulbs, clearing products, baby toys, pet food, baby bottles, frozen  dinners, soda, drinking water, household furniture, to name just a few).

The report indicates that these neurotoxicants contribute to fetal and infant brain defects and a host of related conditions. What neither Sheila Kaplan nor the EPA can yet report is that these and other neurotoxicants also contribute to a mind-boggling number of other diseases and illnesses in both adults and children.

However, as long as technology is king, convenience is next to Godliness, and economics and not the well-being of our people matter most, do you think this will change?

You’ve Got To Be Kidding!

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