The environmental health field has worked for decades to show the environment isn’t something “out there”, but rather is intimately linked to our health and well-being. Air pollution and asthma, toxic chemicals and infertility, community pollution and cancer clusters, these are all issues the environmental health movement is fighting for. This wonderful infographic gives the background of environmental health as it relates to toxic chemicals.
by Hannah Pingree, Mom and former Speaker of the Maine House of Representatives I am a new mom who will show you pictures of my amazing young daughter until you can’t take it anymore. I am also a former politician, recently term-limited as the Speaker of the Maine House of Representatives. As an elected official, […]
By Darlene Battle, Executive Director of Delawareans for Social and Economic Justice Yes indeed, the mattress matters! Infants often spend up to sixteen hours a day sleeping and need a safe place to sleep as their bodies develop and grow. As a mother of two and grandmother of three, I know how much time babies spend […]