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Reproductive Health and the Environment Patient Resources

ARHP is committed to helping patients be well-informed members of their health care team. Look here for brochures, fact sheets, interactive tools designed especially for patients, and other resources.

Bisphenol A from The National Library of Medicine

A Closer Look: A video from the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics

All That Matters from UCSF Program on Reproductive Health and the Environment

From the Collaborative on Health and the Environment

The Dirt on Cleaning Product Companies: How Top Manufacturers Rate in Protecting You from Toxic Chemicals from the Women’s Voices for the Earth

The Disappearing Male, a documentary from the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

Disinfectant Overkill: Report, fact sheet, quiz and YouTube video from Women’s Voices for the Earth (en Espanol)

Environmental Health Risks and Your Pregnancy from the American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

Fact Sheets from Women’s Health and the Environment

The Facts & Myths of Disinfectants from Women’s Voices for the Earth

Health Matters fact sheet: The Connection Between Your Health and the Environment

Health Matters fact sheet: Healthy Fish, Healthy Families

Healthy Nursery Tips from the Washington Toxics Coalition

Healthy Pregnancy Tips from the Washington Toxics Coalition

How Healthy is Your Home? from WebMD

Interview with Rick Smith and Bruce Lourie ("Slow Death by Rubber Duck") from NPR

Million Baby Crawl

New Web-based system offers access to health, environment data from Minnesota Department of Health

No More Toxic Tub: Getting Contaminants Out of Children’s Bath & Personal Care Products from the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics

Plastics: What the numbers mean from CNN

A Platform for Reform of the Toxic Substances Control Act from Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families

Pots, Pans, and Plastics: A Shopper's Guide to Food Safety from Web MD

Reproductive Health from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS)

Seafood Watch: Make Choices for Healthy Oceans from the Monterey Bay Aquarium

Toxic Matters from the UCSF Program on Reproductive Health and the Environment

What’s on my phone iPhone app from Pesticide Action Network

 

ARHP is proud to represent reproductive health care professionals in the Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families campaign