walgreens_gatlinburg_peek_inside_photo2of14b*According to an email sent to EURweb publisher, Lee Bailey, by  Momsrising.org, a grassroots organization that takes on issues concerning women and families with aims to educate the public in the process, Walgreens continues to sell products that they know contain toxic chemicals.

Not a good look for the nation’s largest drugstore chain.

Momsrising says that when testing was done on items bought from Walgreens in 2013, high levels of lead was found in their decorative beads and high levels of phthalates was located in their out-door folding chairs.

And that’s just for starters.

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