How to Tell If Something is Safe?

How do you know if something is a health myth or a real health risk? One of our Expert Mommies, Dr. Cara Natterson wrote a book called, Dangerous or Safe? Which Foods, Medicines, and Chemicals Really Put Your Kids at Risk. As a pediatrician, she was finding that many doctors don’t have time to explain to patients why things are safe or not and as a result, there was a lot of misinformation.

Listen to what makes Dr. Natterson’s “Danger” list! You won’t want to miss this!

What do you think about cell phone use and/or genetically modified food?

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  1. I have a full sized microwave, had it for close to 20 years, and inside I can see several places where the metal is showng, the interior lining has, mostly on the bottom portion, and lower back wall. Is this safe to cook with? thanks…

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  2. The concern I would have is whether or not the metal would cause sparks that could start a fire.

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  3. Weird thing is – I have spent long hours on the phone… and have noticed irritation from keeping the phone near me; I have to resort to putting the call “on speaker” so I can talk…

    Not sure if its just me – but I can literally feel the drain even when the phone is near me…

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