Family Guide – 20 Easy Steps to Personal Environmental Health
Now is a health guide from the National
Institute of Environmental Health Sciences.
(Children's Health Environmental Coalition) is
a national non-profit organization dedicated to educating
the public, specifically parents and caregivers, about environmental
toxins that affect children's health. Their goal is to eliminate
children's exposure to man-made toxic substances by ensuring
everyone's right-to-know what is in their air, food, water
and commercial products.
Children's Tips for Parents is a Web site of the
Texas Children's Hospital in Houston that includes the resource
Providing a Healthy and Safe Environment for Children. Links
are provided that outline how parents can keep their child's
environment healthy and safe.
your child's exposure to environmental toxins
to Protect Children
is a resource provided by the Environmental Protection Agency
to encourage responsible actions to reduce children's exposure
to environmental contaminants.
Healthy Children in a Toxic World: 101 Smart Solutions for
Every Family is a book by Philip J. Landrigan,
M.D.; Herbert L. Needleman, M.D.; and Mary M. Landrigan, MPA.
The book describes how in today's world, the air we breathe,
water we drink, food we eat, homes we live in, and parks
where we play are all susceptible to a host of environmental
toxins. Although these toxins can affect everyone,
those most at risk are our children.