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What’s in Your Fragrance? “Secret” ingredient in Cosmetics linked to a myriad of health problems

What’s in Your Fragrance? “Secret” ingredient in Cosmetics linked to a myriad of health problems

  In an industry allowed to self-regulate hazardous ingredients, popular perfume, cologne and body care product makers are pouring toxic fragrances into many everyday scented products. These products are marketed for their “floral,” “exotic,” or “musky” scents, however manufacturers fail to mention that many of them are nothing more than a complex cocktail of natural […]

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Allergy attack

Do You Know Your Allergies? Learn What Happens During An Allergy Attack

The medical term “allergy” was first used in 1902 to describe the increased sensitivity of dogs inoculated multiple times with protein from sea anemones. The word “allergy” is derived from the Greek “allos” meaning other and “ergon” which means work. In the medical dictionaries is defined as “a hypersensitive state” meaning, when a person is […]

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Common laundry detergents with toxic non-biodegradable ingredients

Dirty Secrets: What’s Lurking in Your Freshly Laundered Clothes

When you think about toxic chemicals, you probably think about outdoors industrial waste or garbage-choked water streams. And, since you spend 80 to 90% of your time indoors working, eating, sleeping, studying, and even exercising you think that you are well protected from toxic substances. Well, think again! A typical American household contains about 3 […]

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Heavy Metals / Toxic Metals

The most common heavy metals, their sources and their effects

Below is a summary of the most common heavy metals, their sources and the burden they add to the human body as provided by Doctor’s Data Inc. Doctor’s Data Inc (DDI) is a premier clinical laboratory with over 30 years experience that specializes in essential and toxic elemental testing. Their tests are utilized to detect, […]

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