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Teacher, blogger, podcaster who has been injured by everyday household products. I'm interested in helping people detox their homes and learn how to buy less toxic products. I enjoy promoting alternatives to harmful products and practices and learning tips. Have any non-toxic home tips to share or questions about alternatives? Please let me know.
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Call-in Podcast with Dr. Tang Lee- Better Building, Preventing and Treating Mold/Mould

You’re invited to join in a live interactive event on Living in a Chemical Soup Podcast.



Guest Expert: Dr. Tang Lee from the University of Calgary.

Professor of Architecture (Building Science and Environmental Health)



I’ll be talking with Dr. Lee about mold and it’s effects on human health. Better building, prevention, remediation, what we can do when faced with this serious health problem



How to participate and talk with Dr. Lee:

Link to the chat room… Continue

Posted on March 30, 2009 at 1:39pm

Live Talkcast with Dr. Magda Havas, EMF Researcher



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: CFL Bulbs and the Effect of EMF Radiation in Our Homes



Lynn from Living in a Chemical Soup invites you to join a live talkcast with:



Magda Havas,B.Sc., Ph.D.Environmental & Resource Studies, Trent University, Peterborough, ON, Canada



Magda Havas is Associate Professor of Environmental and Resource Studies at Trent University where she teaches and does research on the biological effects of electromagnetic fields, dirty electricity, ground… Continue

Posted on February 13, 2009 at 12:56am — 1 Comment

Talkcast with Dr. Anne Steinemann on Living in a Chemical Soup. You're invited.

Talk with Dr. Anne Steinemann, Professor, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering at the University of Washington.



Dr. Steinemann's Publications Include:



“National Prevalence of Fragrance Sensitivity”, (with S. Caress) Journal of Environmental Health (in press).



“A National Population Study of the Prevalence of Multiple Chemical Sensitivity.”(with S. Caress) Archives of Environmental Health 59(6): 300-305, 2004. [PDF]



“National Population… Continue

Posted on January 19, 2009 at 12:52pm

Interview with Derek and Eric from agreenerindiana.com

Listen to a discussion on bio fuels. Thanks Derek and Eric for teaching us!

Lynn from Lynn in the PM,
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http://recordings.talkshoe.com/TC-20085/TS-166344.mp3 (45 min)

Posted on December 3, 2008 at 1:04pm

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At 8:36am on January 19, 2009, Wendell Zetterberg, Jr. said…
Hi Lynn,
Nice to meet you. Your picture reminds me of how I got this migraine in the first place. I used to wark at a seed corn plant in the bagging room where the newly treated corn was bagged. I worked there for seven years and some doctors believe that it was the pesticides that caused my migraine. Sadly the docs I saw first wouldn't consider it and before someone took what I had to say seriously, it was almost a year later and there was no evidence left in my blood samples. Its frustrating, but thats how I found out frogs were in trouble from pesticides too and why I decided to try to help them however I could.(Plus I always liked frogs anyway ;o)

Best,
Wendell
At 2:47am on November 8, 2008, Ellen said…
There are Seventh Generation environmentally-responsible products available in local stores in the natural foods section. Seventh Generation derives their name from the great law of the Iroquois that states "In our every deliberation, we must consider the impact of our decisions on the next seven generations."
At 1:14pm on October 22, 2008, Eric Stallsmith said…
I like the way you are interacting with the site, you are helping us all learn valuable info here.

It is interesting how we are all so naive about what we ingest and paint on our largest organ (skin). Funny how we think of the romans as stupid for sweetening their wine with lead and using lead pipes and eating off of pewter dishes....yet we think we are so smart!
 
 
 

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