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Christopher Kassotis, PhD

Science Points to More Than Food Making Us Fat

You eat smartly, you exercise, you ask advice from your doctor.  Yet, you still seem to be fighting the battle of the bulge.  Sound familiar?  I don’t use the f word lightly; but I included it in the title of this post because apparently our battle against fat may be about more than simply calories […]

Continue Reading By on March 15, 2017 in health, Healthy Families, home, household, safe chemicals, safer chemicals, science

Tennessee Volunteers Want Common Sense Limits on Toxic Chemicals, Ask Senators Alexander and Corker to Support Safe Chemicals Act

My husband and I are raising our kids as Tennessee Volunteers.  The Volunteer State is all about volunteerism, pride and patriotism — good qualities.  One thing we’re not volunteering for is allowing our children to be unwitting participants in experiments of toxic chemical exposures.  When household products, even those marketed for children and babies, are […]

Continue Reading By on February 25, 2013 in environmental, family, green, health, household, parenting, Safe Chemicals Act