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Better Safe than Sorry!
We worry about relatives or friends dying from heart disease when they are obese, smoke a pack of cigarettes daily, never exercise, have high blood pressure and high cholesterol levels, and diabetes. If that special person reduced as many of … Continue reading
Posted in News Tagged air pollution, autism, autistic spectrum, BPA, developmental toxicity, murcury, murcury and autism, pesticides, plasticizers, pollution, precautionary principle 1 Comment
Love is in the air – and what else?
Millions of couples get engaged on Valentine’s day. Five years ago, my son proposed. This year, my wife and I were invited to two weddings. Love is certainly in the air. When couples enter into a committed relationship, the next … Continue reading
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