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Which Chemicals in Your Home Are Toxic? EPA Doesn’t Know!


Sens. Frank R. Lautenberg (D-NJ), who died this week at the age of 89, and David Vitter (R-LA) recently introduced legislation to address toxic chemicals in household and manufacturing products. S 1009, the Chemical Safety Improvement Act (CSIA), will try to plug the holes in the thirty-seven year old Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA), one of the few pieces of legislation that has never been amended.

Using homeopathy at home – brilliantly!


So far in this series, we’ve looked at what Homeopathy is, why it is contentious and how to tell if your homeopathic treatment, or any treatment you’ve chosen, is making you better or sicker.Next we are going to look at how you, your family and friends can save a small fortune in prescription charges and co-pays and avoid unpleasant side effects.

Home births proven to be safer than hospital births


The British Medical Journal published a nationwide cohort study from the Netherlands reinforcing that healthy, happy babies are delivered at home. For years, the medical community and big pharma have succeeded in convincing mothers that low risk women who plan on giving birth at home have a higher rate of severe acute maternal morbidity than women with planned hospital birth. They have been particularly adept at scaring first time mothers.

Refinance your home after a bankruptcy - Here's what you need to know


To some people, bankruptcy brings relief from being suffocated under a mountain of debt, and others experience it as a shameful sign of embarrassment and failure. Regardless of how you feel about your bankruptcy, once it's been discharged, it's not the end of the world or the end of qualifying for credit. Admittedly, bankruptcies create a few kinks and curve balls to the credit process; but, be reassured - if you still own your house and are up to date on the payments, there are ways to refinance after bankruptcy.

Which Chemicals in Your Home Are Toxic? EPA Doesn’t Know!


Sens. Frank R. Lautenberg (D-NJ), who died this week at the age of 89, and David Vitter (R-LA) recently introduced legislation to address toxic chemicals in household and manufacturing products. S 1009, the Chemical Safety Improvement Act (CSIA) [2], will try to plug the holes in the thirty-seven year old Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA), one of the few pieces of legislation that has never been amended.