Some Chemicals are Toxic to the Body.
Many chemicals are causing health and developmental problems in lab animals,
including cancer and liver damage.
- Read and listen to the news, to hear of new research.
- Car Seats. Over 150
children’s car seats were tested for chemicals in 2011, and test results
showed that 60% of them contained harmful chemicals that are linked to
reproductive problems, developmental and learning disabilities, hormone
imbalances, and cancer. For more information, visit
- Formaldehyde. Be aware of
the dangerous levels of formaldehyde, a potentially cancer-causing
chemical preservative, that have been found in children’s clothes and
blankets imported from China. New Zealand and Australia are among a
growing number of countries which are rejecting or recalling Chinese
exports of blankets and children’s clothing. (August 2007)
Learn more about the danger of CFL bulbs by viewing House of Representative Ted Poe’s insightful CFL bulb report at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tv59PJ30WeM ConsumerDangers.Com
Protecting Consumers - Keep your family Safe.
Consumer products and Medical dangers.
Defective, unsafe, or harmful goods or products…
Baby/children products, drugs, medical devices,
household chemicals, televisions, furniture, gun safety.... http://www.consumerdangers.com/
View a list of hundreds of toys tested for lead, arsenic, mercury, bromine, cadmium, etc. at http://healthytoys.org
Babies and young children are the most vulnerable populations because
their brains and bodies are still developing, and because they
frequently put toys into their mouths.
National Lead Information Center, 1-800-424-5323
National Research Center for Women and Families
Toxic Chemicals. View information in the state of Washington:
U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. View products that could be harmful to children and families (from toys to chairs and drinking glasses), at http://cpsc.gov/. Parents may also sign up to receive email alerts from this agency. 1-800-638-2772.
Washington State Dept. of Health