Parents try purging toxins from everyday life

03/16/2006 | SeattlePI.com

Growing concerns over toxins in cleaning supplies, food and plastics are inspiring parents to buy organic goods and even make the move from plastic lunchboxes and wrappers to nylon bags and wax paper when packing lunch for their children. Though many of the chemical additives in such products are considered safe, some scientists are pushing for re-testing based on modern research.

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