www.anticancerlifestyle.org – Anticancer Lifestyle Program (ACLP), a 12-week evidence-based lifestyle transformation program for people diagnosed with cancer. For the free online environmental course (which I strongly recommend) go here: Online Anticancer Course
www.atsdr.cdc.gov – Agency for Toxic Substances & Disease Registry – Another government website with lists of carcinogens and other chemicals of concern, including classes of chemicals.
www.aicr.org – The American Institute of Cancer Research, real research by real scientists.
www.breastcancerfund.org – The Breast Cancer Fund researches breast cancer and exposures to chemicals in our environments.
www.cancer.gov – National Cancer Institute – our government doing good things.
www.cancer.org – American Cancer Society, non-profit – basic cancer info.
www.environmentaldefence.ca – Environmental Change, Canada’s most effective environmental action organization – go Canadians!
www.environmentalhealthnews.org – Environmental Health News – good stuff daily.
www.epa.gov/saferchoice – EPA’s own new label called Safer Choice, safer being the operative word. Still, interesting info to be had.
www.epa.gov/iaq/index.html – The Environmental Protection Agency’s website on indoor air quality.
www.epa.gov – EPA’s list of carcinogens using a chart comparing the lists from NTP, IARC and OSHA – good graphics.
www.ewg.org – Environmental Working Group (EWG) THE go-to website – Skin-Deep Database, Cleaning Database, food info, cancer info and so much more.
www.gettingtoknowcancer.org – Getting to Know Cancer is behind the recent enormous research project called The Halifax Project which used the Hallmarks of Cancer to establish connections between chemicals and cancer. This is a game changer.
www.greensciencepolicy.org – Green Science Policy Institute, researching new green chemistry and trying to reduce toxic chemicals.
www.householdproducts.nlm.nih.gov – Household Products Database has a little bit of everything, including pet care, art supplies and other household items. Great database.
www.monographs.iarc.fr – International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) – Classifications and lists of carcinogens. Excellent resource.
www.niehs.nih.gov – National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, Health Topics, great source of current research.
www.ntp.niehs.nih.gov – National Toxicology Program (NTP), great overall resource with comprehensive section with lists of carcinogens.
www.nrdc.org/health – Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), doing great things and fighting for you.
www.panna.org – Pesticide Action Network North America, all things pesticides.
www.safecosmetics.org – Safe Cosmetics, lots of facts and information.
www.saferchemicals.org – The Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families coalition – lots of good info.
www.silentspring.org – Silent Spring Institute, wonderful research organization.
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