Many of the things you can do to protect you and your family from toxic exposures are also good for the planet.
It’s the new year and the season for resolutions. As you resolve to adopt a new exercise routine or plan to get more organized, consider a commitment to creating a healthier environment in your home.
Breast Cancer Fund President and CEO Jeanne Rizzo talks about why translating breast cancer research is critical for the decisions we make in our everyday lives.
“The Prop 65 listing is yet another indictment of this toxic chemical that industry continues to argue is safe, despite waves of peer-reviewed scientific studies finding that BPA harms reproduction and is linked to breast cancer.”
Good news! The Campaign for Safe Cosmetics , a project of the Breast Cancer Fund, announced today that 321 cosmetics companies have met the goals of the Compact for Safe Cosmetics…
This October, we’re launching our new Prevention Is Power campaign to celebrate your powerful acts and to inspire thousands more women and men to learn what prevention means—and how it can be part of their daily lives.
Just as I was picking up the phone to call for pizza, I started to think about all of the cans that could be used and realized that we might have to change our pizza order if we wanted to steer clear of BPA.
This month, I’m kicking the can – and the BPA in canned food – so making enchiladas was going to take more planning than usual.
As a working mom, sometimes I use canned foods instead of starting from scratch every meal. The problem is most canned foods contain BPA.
A useful article in Sunday’s San Francisco Chronicle gives practical tips for reducing BPA exposure in the kitchen.