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Harmful Chemicals Resource Guide

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It’s alarming to think that there could be harmful chemicals in shampoo, conditioner, sunscreen, and other personal care products that you regularly use. However, many common products contain chemicals that can cause long-term, serious damage to your health. Learning how to identify harmful chemicals in your sunscreen, shampoo, household cleaners, and other products can help you make sound decisions to keep you and your family healthy. Here, we’ll explore what you need to know about harmful chemicals, including the chemicals that you need to look out for on product ingredient labels, the products you should double-check for health-harming components, and how you can protect your kids from harmful chemicals.

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20+ Awesome Internships for High School Students in Summer 2024

As a student, you’ll gain valuable, practical work experience while participating in summer internships for high schoolers. You’ll get experience and knowledge in your primary field or career interest. You’ll also learn new skills, explore career options, and enhance your career potential. Employers also benefit from internships. You can introduce new ideas and enthusiasm into

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Essential Guide for Students with Psychiatric Disabilities

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The National Alliance on Mental Illness reports that anxiety disorders are the most common health concern in the U.S., with more than 40 million American adults, or 19.1% of the population, suffering from an anxiety disorder. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about one in six American adults will experience depression in their

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Essential College Guide for DACA and Undocumented Students

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More than 430,000 undocumented college students have been allowed to reside in the United States and pursue a degree because of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. Some politicians strongly oppose the program, which has seen its fair share of criticism and media attention. This can leave many students who depend on the

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