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Mercury exposure threatens the life of our children

According to the World Health Organization, mercury exposure is highly toxic to human health and poses a specific threat to the development of children in early life and while they are in utero. Mercury occurs naturally and exists in various forms which are elemental, organic and inorganic.

DHS Contractor Apologizes For Selling Shooting Targets of Children

A company which received $2 million dollars from the DHS has apologized and taken offline “no more hesitation” shooting targets which depicted pregnant women, children, and elderly gun owners in residential settings as “non-traditional threats,” following an online uproar.

Research proves bad eating behaviors of children can lead to heart disease later in life

Heart failure is considered to be one of the top killers for men and women across the United States. This year alone, more than 900,000 people in America will have a heart attack. What's interesting is that research is now showing that heart disease can actually stem back to eating behaviors at a very early age. In simpler terms, children are predisposing their bodies to developing heart complications by the foods they choose (or are given) to consume.

Are your children swimming in feces? If you're taking them to public pools, the answer is yes

Summer is coming. The weather is finally starting to warm up after a long, cold, gray winter. As temperatures rise, kids and parents will begin to look for ways to stay cool, and one of the most favorite pastimes is taking a dip in the local public pool.

Adult prescription use directly linked to poisoning of children: Study

Drugs are harming and killing American children at an astounding rate these days - no, not "street" drugs like cocaine and ecstasy, but rather pharmaceutical drugs like statins and opioid painkillers. And a recent study found that these same pharmaceuticals, which are intended for adult use, are now a leading cause of poisoning among young children.