Protecting Your Unborn Child from Chemical and Environmental Dangers and Risks
Posted May 26 2010 7:54am
Today more than ever women must be their own advocate for their unborn baby. Moms cannot expect someone else to be responsible for the well-being of their unborn child.
As a valued advisor to Moms, I want to help educate expectant mothers of the risks associated with their workplace and home environments.
Recent studies indicate that more mothers than ever may be putting their baby’s lives at risk of a developmental disorder that may not become apparent until years after the child’s birth. However, if they act NOW such risks may be immediately eliminated.
As a mother of 2, I have been fortunate not to have experienced any complications myself, however many of my friends have and I want to make sure I let as many mothers know of the risks and of how these can be easily minimized.
I’ve put together a quick assessment that’s designed to help provide a basis for determining the level of risk and exposure for both the home and workplace environments:http://www.caring4yourbaby.com/risk