On the April 6th edition of Your Call, we’ll continue our week long series on toxic chemicals by looking at what’s lurking in our homes.
From flame retardant furniture to cleaning supplies, our homes harbor countless chemicals. Due to gaps in US regulations, the health and environmental risks of thousands of chemicals remain unknown. What are the risks associated with common household products? How can we reduce toxins in our homes and the environment? It's Your Call with Rose Aguilar and you.
Dr. Arlene Blum, founder and executive director of Green Science Policy Institute
Samara Geller, data analyst for the Environmental Working Group
Environmental Working Group: Guide to Healthy Cleaners
Environmental Working Group: EWG Ranks Cleaning Products for Babies
Environmental Working Group: List of 14 Baby Products
Environmental Working Group: Toxic
Natural Resources Defense Council: Toxic Chemicals
Bill Moyers & Company: How to avoid toxic chemicals
Cleveland Clinic: Household Chemicals Chart, What’s in My House?
The National Geographic: Our Toxic Homes