Ken Cook from Environmental Working Group presents Ten Americans: Part 1
Watch Ken Cook, Environmental Working Group, share shocking information about how babies are born pre-polluted with as many as 300 industrial chemicals in their bodies. One of the most entertaining presentations that youll see about the health effects of environmental pollution.
Dr. Weil on EWG's Shopper's Guide to Pesticides
Dr. Andrew Weil, renowned medical expert on natural health and wellness, tells why and how he uses the Dirty Dozen and Clean 15 lists from EWG's Shoppers Guide to Pesticides.
The Future of U.S. Chemicals Policy
EWG co-hosted a historic, first-of-its-kind conference that brought together government, academia, the environmental health community and the chemical industry to discuss reforming the U.S.'s chemicals policy.
EWG: Teflon Can Create Negative Side Effects
Olga Naidenko, a Senior Scientist at EWG, informs us on the dangers of using non-stick pans, like Teflon, when cooking in your kitchen. Teflon pans produce toxic fumes which can create allergies and flu like symptom for users. EWG recommends avoiding Teflon pans and using cast iron or stainless steel pans.
EWG and Pesticides: The Dirty Dozen
Amy Rosenthal, Outreach Manager with EWG, introduces us to pesticides and the dangers they can impose on our health. She outlines EWG's Shopper's Guide so that when you're shopping you'll know which produce to buy organic, and which conventionally-grown fruits and vegetables are okay if organic isn't available
EWG testifies about cell phone radiation
EWG Senior Scientist and lead author of EWG's Cell Phone Radiation report, Olga Naidenko, Ph.D., testified at a hearing of the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Health. She was one of five expert witnesses called to discuss the possible health hazards of cell phone radiation and to recommend a course for the future.
Part 2: EWG testifies about bottled water
EWG's Jane Houlihan, Senior Vice President for Research, and Nneka Leiba, Environmental Health Researcher, speak after a U.S. House hearing on the regulation of bottled water. Jane briefed the committee on the Environmental Working Group (EWG) investigation of almost 200 popular bottled water brands.
Part 1: EWG testifies about bottled water
EWG's Jane Houlihan, Senior Vice President for Research, and Nneka Leiba, Environmental Health Researcher, head to a U.S. House hearing on the regulation of bottled water. Jane briefed the committee on the Environmental Working Group (EWG) investigation of almost 200 popular bottled water brands
EWG on the KTVU News: 'Chemical Concerns'
Laboratory tests conducted for the Environmental Working Group (EWG) by one of the worlds leading scientific authorities on fire retardants found that in 19 of 20 U.S. families, concentrations of the chemicals known as PBDEs were significantly higher in 1.5- to 4-year-old children than their mothers.