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People to People: Working Together for Your Safety

People to People: Working Together for Your Safety

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March 18th 2014:Toxins in Consumer Products: How Safe are we?

According to repeated lab tests performed on behalf of advocacy groups, we continue to have an excessive amount of toxins in our products. Consumer Reports Magazine says that according to their probing, one green charm, the size of a pea, sold at a well-known retailer was tested and found to contain levels exceeding 100,000 ppm of total lead. Given those levels, a child who accidentally swallowed a charm could be at risk for lead poisoning. Why do we continue to get concerning toxic content results in consumer products, despite the growing number of industry regulations and health industry out

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