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August 25, 2004 - Toxic Bed Rooms

Do you know who you're sleeping with?

Bedrooms are a sleeping giant when it comes to household toxics.

The cotton grown to make our sheets is one of the most pesticide-intensive crops in the world.

Beyond cotton, mattresses are often made with petroleum products that emit toxic fumes, and are sprayed with fungicides, herbicides, and flame-retardants.

This week, join host Jerry Kay, publisher of the Environmental News Network, to find out how to detoxify your bedroom - from head to toe.

This Week's Guests:
  • Dr. Linda Palmer — Author, "Baby Matters"
  • Ginny Turner — Owner, Ecobaby Organics
  • Matt Mole — Vermont Organic Fiber
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