Healthy Home, Healthy Living, Healing Spaces, Healthy Body by Ruan Living

Works Cited: Parts 3 and 4

These references support works cited in the book of A to Z of D-Toxing: The Ultimate Guide to Reducing Our Toxic Exposures.


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CDC 2012b. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 2012. “Where’s the Sodium?” Last modified February.

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Cohen, Janssen, and Solomon 2007. Cohen, Alison, Sarah Janssen, and Gina Solomon. 2007. Clearing the Air. Hidden Hazards of Air Fresheners. New York: Natural Resources Defense Council.

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Colt et al. 2005. Colt, Joanne S., Richard K. Severson, Jay Lubin, Nat Rothman, David Camann, Scott Davis, James R. Cerhan, Wendy Cozen, and Patricia Hartge. 2005. “Organochlorines in Carpet Dust and Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma.” Epidemiology 16(4): 516-25. doi:10.1097/01.ede.0000164811.25760.f1.

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Consumer Reports 2014. Consumer Reports. 2014. “How Much Arsenic Is in Your Rice? Consumer Reports’ New Data and Guidelines are Important for Everyone But Especially for Gluten Avoiders.” Last modified November.

Consumers Union 1998. Consumers Union. 1998. “Report to the FDA Regarding Plastic Packaging.” Last modified June 5.

Costner, Thorpe, and McPherson 2005. Costner, Pat, Beverley Thorpe, and Alexandra McPherson. 2005. Sick of Dust: Chemicals in Common Products – A Needless Health Risk in Our Homes. Spring Brook, NY: Clean Production Action.

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CPSC 2015b. United States Consumer Product Safety Commission. 2015. “FAQs: Lead in Paint (and Other Surface Coatings).” Accessed February 15.

CPSC 2015c. United States Consumer Product Safety Commission. 2015. “The Inside Story: A Guide to Indoor Air Quality.” Accessed May 11.

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EPA 2000b. United States Environmental Protection Agency. 2000. Healthy Indoor Painting Practices. EPA 744-F-00-011. United States Environmental Protection Agency.

EPA 2006. United States Environmental Protection Agency. 2006. “Action Memorandum: Inert Reassessment – Ethyl Acetate (CAS Reg. No. 141-78-6) and Amyl Acetate (CAS Reg. No 628-63-7.)” Last modified July 31.

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EPA 2007b. United States Environmental Protection Agency. 2007. “Phthalates TEACH Chemical Summary.” Last modified October 10.

EPA 2009. United States Environmental Protection Agency. 2009. “Buildings and Their Impact on the Environment: A Statistical Summary.” Last modified April 22.

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EPA 2011. United States Environmental Protection Agency. 2011. “Outdoor Air – Industry, Business, and Home: Paint and Coating Manufacturing.” Last modified August 19.

EPA 2012a. United States Environmental Protection Agency. 2012. “Air and Radiation: Basic Information.” Last modified July 16.

EPA 2012b. United States Environmental Protection Agency. 2012. “Healthy Hair Care and the Environment: Know What’s in Your Hair Products.” Last modified February 14.

EPA 2012c. United States Environmental Protection Agency. 2012. “An Introduction to Indoor Air Quality (IAQ).” Last modified June 21.

EPA 2012d. United States Environmental Protection Agency. 2012. “Mold and Moisture: A Brief Guide to Mold, Moisture, and Your Home.” Last modified March 5.

EPA 2012e. United States Environmental Protection Agency. 2012. “Remodeling Your Home? Have You Considered Indoor Air Quality?” Last modified July 3.

EPA 2013a. United States Environmental Protection Agency. 2013. “Basic Information about Fluoride in Drinking Water: Review of Fluoride Drinking Water Standard.” Last modified July 23.

EPA 2013b. United States Environmental Protection Agency. 2013. “Mercury Compounds.” Last modified October 18.

EPA 2013c. United States Environmental Protection Agency. 2013. “Naphthalene.” Last modified October 18.

EPA 2013d. United States Environmental Protection Agency. 2013. “The Original List of Hazardous Air Pollutants as Follows:.” Last modified August 8.

EPA 2013e. United States Environmental Protection Agency. 2013. “Water: Consumer Confidence Report Rule. Frequent Questions.” Last modified September 10.

EPA 2014a. United States Environmental Protection Agency. 2014. “2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin (TCDD); CASRN 1746-01-6.” Last modified October 31.

EPA 2014b. United States Environmental Protection Agency. 2014. “Basic Information About Lead in Drinking Water.” Last modified February 5.

EPA 2014c. United States Environmental Protection Agency. 2014. “Greening Your Purchase of Carpet: A Guide for Federal Purchasers.” Last modified on September 11.

EPA 2014d. United States Environmental Protection Agency. 2014. “Ground-Level Ozone.” Last modified November 26.

EPA 2014e. United States Environmental Protection Agency. 2014. “Nitrogen Dioxide: Health.” Last modified August 15.

EPA 2014f. United States Environmental Protection Agency. 2014. “Climate Change: What You Can Do.” Last modified March 18.

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EPA 2015b. United States Environmental Protection Agency. 2015. “Evaluation of the Potential Carcinogenicity of Phenacetin.” Last modified March 25.

EPA 2015c. United States Environmental Protection Agency. 2015. “Fact Sheet on Perchloroethylene, Also Known as Tetrachloroethylene.” Last modified January 8.

EPA 2015d. United States Environmental Protection Agency. 2015. “Radon (Rn): Health Risks.” Last modified January 16.

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EWG 2003. Environmental Working Group. 2003. “Mother’s Milk: Breast Milk is Still Best.” Last modified September 23.

EWG 2004. Environmental Working Group. 2004. “Rocket Fuel in Cows’ Milk – Perchlorate: Milk Consumption Not Safe?” Last modified June 22.

EWG 2007a. Environmental Working Group. 2007. “FDA Warns Cosmetics Industry to Follow Law on Untested Ingredients.” Last modified September 27.

EWG 2007b. Environmental Working Group. 2007. “Safety Guide to Children’s Personal Care Products.” Last modified November.

EWG 2007c. Environmental Working Group. 2007. “Bisphenol A – Toxic Plastics Chemical in Canned Food.” Last modified, March 5.

EWG 2008a. Environmental Working Group. 2008. “CDC: Americans Carry Body Burden of Toxic Sunscreen Chemical.” Last modified March 25.

EWG 2008b. Environmental Working Group. 2008. “EWG Comments on the FDA’s Draft Assessment of Bisphenol A (BPA).” Last modified October 30.

EWG 2008c. Environmental Working Group. 2008. “Guide to Baby-Safe Bottles and Formula.” Last modified October 11.

EWG 2008d. Environmental Working Group. 2008. “Reducing Your Exposure to PBDEs in Your Home.” Last modified October 15.

EWG 2009. Environmental Working Group. 2009. “EWG’s 10 Tips for a Less Toxic Pregnancy.” Enviroblog by Environmental Working Group, December 7.

EWG 2010. Environmental Working Group. 2010. “Test Your Knowledge of Cosmetics Safety: 8 Myths Debunked.” Last modified July 23.

EWG 2011. Environmental Working Group. 2011. “Brands That Hide Formaldehyde: The Chemical Name Game.” Last modified April.

EWG 2013a. Environmental Working Group. 2013. “Regulation of New Chemicals, Protection of Confidential Business Information, and Innovation.” Last modified July 11.

EWG 2013b. Environmental Working Group. 2013. Water Treatment Contaminants: Forgotten Toxics in American Water. Washington, DC: Environmental Working Group.

EWG 2015a. Environmental Working Group. 2015. “20 Mule Team Borax Natural Laundry Booster and Multi-Purpose Household Cleaner.” Accessed February 2.

EWG 2015b. Environmental Working Group. 2015. “Cleaning Supplies: Secret Ingredients, Hidden Hazards.” Accessed February 4.

EWG 2015c. Environmental Working Group. 2015. “Cleaning Supplies and Your Health.” Accessed May 13.

EWG 2015d. Environmental Working Group. 2015. “Coal Tar.” Accessed May 12.

EWG 2015e. Environmental Working Group. 2015. “Decoding the Labels.” Accessed February 4.

EWG 2015f. Environmental Working Group. 2015. “EWG’s Guide to Healthy Cleaning. Frequently Asked Questions.” Accessed February 4.

EWG 2015g. Environmental Working Group. 2015. “EWG’s Guide to PFCs.” Accessed May 12.

EWG 2015h. Environmental Working Group. 2015. “EWG’s Methodology for Assessing Sunscreens.” Accessed February 9.

EWG 2015i. Environmental Working Group. 2015. “Exposures Add Up – Survey Results.” Accessed February 6.

EWG 2015j. Environmental Working Group. 2015. “Fact Sheets: How Many Chemicals Are in Me?” Accessed March 24.

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EWG 2015s. Environmental Working Group. 2015. “The Toxic Truth About a New Generation of Nonstick and Waterproof Chemicals.” Last modified May 1.

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FDA 2012. United States Food and Drug Administration. 2012. “Questions and Answers on Monosodium Glutamate (MSG.)” Last modified November 19.

FDA 2013a. United States Food and Drug Administration. 2013. “Everything Added to Food in the United States (EAFUS).” Last modified April 23.

FDA 2013b. United States Food and Drug Administration. 2013. “FDA Statement on Testing and Analysis of Arsenic in Rice and Rice Products.” Last modified September 6.

FDA 2013c. United States Food and Drug Administration. 2013. “Phasing Out Certain Antibiotic Use in Farm Animals.” Last modified December 13.

FDA 2013d. United States Food and Drug Administration. 2013. “Questions and Answers: Apple Juice and Arsenic.” Last modified July 15.

FDA 2014a. United States Food and Drug Administration. 2014. “Dioxin.” Last modified June 5.

FDA 2014b. United States Food and Drug Administration. 2014. “Everything Added to Food in the United States (EAFUS).” Last modified November 26.

FDA 2014c. United States Food and Drug Administration. 2014. “Pediatric X-Ray Imaging.” Last modified June 5.

FDA 2014d. United States Food and Drug Administration. 2014. “Radiology and Children: Extra Care Required.” Last modified October 14.

FDA 2014e. United States Food and Drug Administration. 2014. “Tobacco Products.” Last modified August 27.

FDA 2015. United States Food and Drug Administration. 2015. “Prohibited and Restricted Ingredients.” Last modified January 26.

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