By Molly | Wednesday, June 8thIt’s happening. School is out, cars are streaming over the bridges, Food Lion is open 24 hours, the belly-button rings are on display — the season is upon us. * The ocean has been gorgeous and I can’t wait for some long days of sitting in it and beside it. My youngest child is three this summer and I think it’s the first summer in six years that I will be able to sit down in a beach chair for a few minutes at a time. Stoked about that… On that beach note, have you been hearing the news about sunscreen? So it prevents skin cancer, right? Now they’re saying that most sunscreen contains dangerous toxins that can cause a host of health problems, including skin cancer, especially in children. * Have you ever? * Luckily not all sunscreens are created equally. The Environmental Working Group has a list of those that are the least toxic. See it here: . . . Read More
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