Healthy Child Healthy World: Inspiring Parents to Protect Young Children From Harmful Chemicals
What Is Healthy Child Healthy World?
Healthy Child Healthy World is a non-profit organization inspiring parents to protect young children from harmful chemicals. We team up with leading medical experts and scientists to provide the essential information needed to create a cleaner, greener, and safer home and community. As a national leader for nearly two decades, Healthy Child Healthy World has helped millions of parents, educators, health professionals, and the general public take action to create healthy environments and embrace green, non-toxic living.
Why Healthy Child Healthy World Is Partnering with WebMD
Unfortunately, tens of millions of Americans, overwhelmingly children, now face chronic disease and illnesses including cancer, autism, asthma, allergies, birth defects, ADD/ADHD, and learning and developmental disabilities. The number gets higher each year and more parents ask WHY? Scientific evidence increasingly finds chemicals in everyday products like cleaning supplies, beauty care and cosmetics, home furnishings, plastics, food, and even toys, that are contributors to these ailments.
With this in mind, we are partnering with WebMD, to bring you this Health eHome - a definitive online guide and virtual resource to creating a healthy, non-toxic, and environmentally sound home. We have filled this site with simple solutions, easy steps, and inspiring ideas for you to have "better information for better health."
The Healthy Child Healthy World website offers even more:
- Use our 5 Easy Steps to quickly transform your home and protect your family's health.
- Get Involved. Make your community a healthier place by taking a minute to make a call, sign a petition, or send an email. Learn how to make the biggest impact in the smallest amount of time.
- Watch. Visit our Video Library to get short and easy lifestyle tips, experts opinions, and much more.
- Read Our Story. Our 501 c 3 nonprofit organization was founded by James and Nancy Chuda in 1991 after their daughter Colette died at the age of 5 from Wilm's tumor — a rare form of non-hereditary cancer.