On our journey fighting for a toxin-free future, we meet inspiring people who drive home why toxin law reform is so vital. The Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) was passed in 1976 and has never been updated. As a result, tens of thousands of potentially harmful chemicals continue to be used without proper testing and without disclosure by the companies that produce them.
Sure, summer weather is over, but that doesn’t mean we have to stop enjoying all our favorite things about summer! If you’ve been busy in the garden for the past few months, don’t let that last harvest of fruits and veggies go to waste. We’re here to tell you about different methods of preserving your harvest, so you can enjoy that fresh sweet corn in the middle of winter.
I remember once during a soccer game, I was pushed by a member of the opposing team and unavoidably experienced the dreaded ankle roll. Normally someone who would easily bounce back up after falls, I knew something was wrong when I had to sit back down due to pain in my foot. Upon limping off the field and over to the bench, my coach bluntly told me to run it off and get back on the field.
Expired food is pretty easy – you know to throw away the milk if it gets chunky, or the meat if it starts to smell funny. But what about other products that don’t have telltale signs? Here are five common household items that you may not realize have expiration dates:
You may have recently read that we are harming animals and we want you to know that nothing could be further from the truth. For more than 25 years, Seventh Generation has been committed to animal rights and we’ve been working to build a future free of animal cruelty.
This recipe for a cordial, or syrup, comes from my British family, and it is a simple and season sip of summer. Many people are familiar with the elderberry, and the flower is from the same plant, Sambucus.
My 11-year-old daughter, Kaytee, was encouraged by her health teacher to create a "just-in-case" package to keep in her backpack - a discreet supply of feminine care products - as a way to prepare for the transition to middle school.