Replaced your halogen bulbs, participated in Earth Hour and now wondering what to do?
Alot of the media is focusing on energy conservation - while we support this very important cause, our focus is to ensure you reduce your exposure to common toxins in your everyday life as well as reducing your footprint on the planet.
Here are a few ideas that you might find useful:
1. Start with your cleaners - most of them contain the worst possible chemicals and we keep re-introducing them into our lives. Here us a small taste of what you're bringing into your home on cleaning day: asthma-triggering volatile organic compounds (in degreasers, disinfectors and virtually every air freshner), endocrine-disruptors like DEGME (in floor cleaners), neuroDid you know that Canadians are misting the air with so many chemicals that pollution levels inside our homes can be 100 (sometimes up to 1,000) times worse than they are outdoors?
Be aware alot of big brand companies are offering "green" options but replace the well known chemical for an unknown one
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He graduated from the University of Toronto with a Bachelor of Medicine in 1922. In 1923, he was appointed a medical missionary to Henan, China and served until 1948. He was the only medical missionary in India and China who was able to provide radium treatment for cancer. He was also on the staff of the Church Missionary Society Hospital at Gaza, Palestine