Canadian Partnership for Children’s Health and Environment (CPCHE) presents the top 5 tips for creating a healthy environment in the home.
Harmful chemicals can move into food or drinks that are heated or stored in plastic. Reducing the use of plastic when making, serving and storing food can protect your family’s health.
Many cleaning products contain chemicals that can be harmful to babies, children, and the developing fetus in the womb.
Fish is a healthy food choice. But some fish contain mercury, a metal that can harm the developing brain.
House dust contains small amounts of toxic chemicals, much of which comes from products such as furniture and electronics. These chemicals can harm children’s health.