WATCH: EWG Asked People If They’d Like to Eat Cereal With Monsanto’s Weedkiller in It

On a recent afternoon, across the street from the White House, the Environmental Working Group (EWG) set up an impromptu taste test and asked participants to choose between two oat-based cereals: one that likely contained a pinch of Monsanto’s weedkiller linked to cancer, glyphosate, and another that did not. Given a choice between cereals that … Read moreWATCH: EWG Asked People If They’d Like to Eat Cereal With Monsanto’s Weedkiller in It

Trump Plan to Protect Kids From Lead Falls Far Short

This post was originally published on this site The long-awaited plan by the Trump administration to “wage a war against lead” and protect children from exposure to the potent neurotoxin is a woefully unacceptable response to this public health crisis, said Environmental Working Group. The administration’s Lead Action Plan—announced Wednesday by Andrew Wheeler, acting administrator … Read moreTrump Plan to Protect Kids From Lead Falls Far Short

5 Tips to Protect Kids From Cellphone Radiation During Holiday Travel

By Nicole Ferox If you’re traveling this holiday season, chances are your kid will have a device in his or her lap for at least part of the trip. Don’t feel bad. We get it. Traveling with kids is harder than lifting a memory foam mattress. Anything using a Wi-Fi or cell signal emits some … Read more5 Tips to Protect Kids From Cellphone Radiation During Holiday Travel

A Kardashian’s Appeal for Safer Kids Products

By Robert Coleman When we first told Kourtney Kardashian that the law which regulates the ingredients in personal care products—which also means children’s care products—had not been updated in 80 years, she was appalled. She wanted to do something. She asked if there was anything she could do to make a difference. Skip to April, … Read moreA Kardashian’s Appeal for Safer Kids Products

Mosquito ‘Danger Days’ Rising: Protect Your Family With EWG’s Bug Repellent Guide

By Carla Burns Experts predict mosquito and tick bites and subsequent infections will continue to rise as warmer climates expand insect habitats and populations. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warns that pest-borne diseases are “a large and growing public health problem in the United States.” Cases of diseases from mosquito, tick and flea … Read moreMosquito ‘Danger Days’ Rising: Protect Your Family With EWG’s Bug Repellent Guide