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Detox Me: A New App to Help You Reduce Exposure to Hazardous Chemicals

The Silent Spring Institute, a WECF partner, recently released a free smartphone app to inform consumers

22.02.2016 |Carmen Chan




The Silent Spring Institute has recently launched a free smartphone app that walks you through simple, research-based tips on how to reduce your exposure to potentially harmful chemicals where you live and work—and it keeps track of your progress. The Silent Spring Institute: “We believe knowledge is not just power, but a prescription for prevention.”

Download the app here

 


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