Posts by: Samantha Radford

Samantha Radford is the mommy behind Evidence-Based Mommy and has a PhD in Chemistry from Emory University (Atlanta, GA). She is an exposure scientist who focuses on maternal-child health. Samantha has years of research into learning about how chemical exposures affect both unborn babies and children, as well as how toxicants and medications are passed through breastmilk. Samantha also studies the effect of exposure to hormones induced by personal experiences, for example, cortisol in babies who are stressed or oxytocin in mothers bonding to their infants. Through the years, Samantha has expanded her academic and personal studies to how exposures to different parenting styles affect the mental and physical health of children as they grow to adulthood.


5 Ways to Protect Your Babies and Kids From Lead

You may remember the Flint, Michigan water crisis of 2014-2015.

This tragedy lead to thousands of children being exposed to lead through their tap water.

The problem is, lead toxicity is irreversible.

Lead affects many major organ systems in the body, including the brain and nervous system.

We all want to keep our kids safe from toxic chemicals such as lead.