Killer Clothes

We’re very careful about what we put into our bodies. We also pay close attention to the products we rub on our skin. And we make sure not to use non-toxic cleaning products around the house.

However, we might be overlooking one big health hazard that gets very little publicity, according to environmental researchers Dr. Anna Marie Clement, PhD and Dr. Brian Clement, PhD. They believe many of the items of clothing we wear pose major safety risks, and that synthetic fabrics are a factor behind the many ills plaguing people in the developed world.

What are some of the most “dangerous” types of clothing we wear? How can a piece of clothing raise our risk of developing breast cancer? Dr. Anna Marie and Brian Clement explain it all in their book entitled, Killer Clothes.

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