Posts with Tag: toxic free products

Give or get: clean Valentine’s Day gifts

Spread the love! Fun Valentine’s gift ideas from BCPP’s partners   Purchases support our prevention work Love is in the air. Treat someone special to a gift, or even better – yourself – this Valentine’s Day! Our partners in prevention are bringing you...

Top 5 Holiday Gifts Ideas that Prevent Breast Cancer

With the holidays fast approaching, you may be searching for perfect gifts for your family and friends. Believe it or not, our shopping decisions can reduce the cancer risk for our loved ones. Our Paths to Prevention report identifies 23 known breast cancer risk...

BCPP’s Annual Partner Guide: Purchases Supporting Prevention

Purchases support our work in breast cancer prevention Did you know we only partner with socially responsible and like-minded companies? Yes, it’s true. You’ll never find our product guides full of junk. All of our incredible partners share BCPP’s...

Cosmetic Safety: 82 years later, have things changed?

By Janet Nudelman, Director of Program & Policy and Director of the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics  President Franklin Delano Roosevelt signed the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetics Act (FDCA) into law in 1938.  Back then, you could rent a house for $27/month, a loaf...

How we can remove toxic chemicals, and stress, from parents’ lives

By BCPP Digital Advocacy Coordinator Kathryn Bache  On January 8, I joined 24 women in Sacramento to ask members of the California Assembly to support the California Toxic Free Cosmetic’s Act (AB 495). This bill would ban 13 of the most toxic chemicals currently being...

Safer Choices, Safer Schools: Back to School Tips & Product Guide

Go Back to School the Right Way 5 Tips for Packing a Safer Lunch Most people don’t realize that lunch gear commonly contains chemicals like hormone disruptors & carcinogens. These chemicals can seep into the food that you and your kiddos eat. The food you...

A New, Safer Replacement for BPA in Canned Food Linings

Drum Roll, Please: No Estrogenic Activity Found in Tests of New Replacement for BPA in Canned Food Linings By Janet Nudelman, MA and Sharima Rasanayagam, PhD THE GIST What is the problem? Bisphenol A (BPA) is an endocrine disrupting chemical used in the lining of many...
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