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Ever checked your house for chemicals?

Monday, March 1, 2010

If you've ever wondered what's toxic in your house, you'll want to watch this home walk-through with Jane Houlihan, EWG's Senior Vice-President for Research. She joins Jennifer Folsom, mom to 3 young boys, on an informational walk through the Folsom's Alexandria, Virginia home.

Houlihan identifies toxic chemicals in three key rooms: the kitchen, bathroom, and laundry room. Grab a pad and paper so you're ready to take notes!

Update: This video is no longer available at the host site, but this is where it was located: http://www.wjla.com/news/stories/0210/709734.xml

If this short TV segment wasn't enough for you (it wasn't for me), check out the full 16-minute video of the toxic home walk-through - it's worth it.

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