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Top 6 Green Parenting Stories of 2013 – Which One Did You Like Best?

Top 6 Green Parenting Stories of 2013 – Which One Did You Like Best?

Inspiring stories that we can all relate to, and reporting that makes us really think about modern-day parenting are at the top of our list when it comes to publishing content that will resonate with our

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Top 6 Green Kids Design Stories of 2013 – Which Innovative Design Wowed You the Most?

Top 6 Green Kids Design Stories of 2013 – Which Innovative Design Wowed You the Most?

We’re more and more astounded every year with the amazing green designs that abound for kids. Whether we’re transfixed by a ‘castle in the air’ tree house, caught coveting a cozy

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Top 6 Editors’ Choice Stories of 2013 – Help Us Choose the Winner!

Top 6 Editors’ Choice Stories of 2013 – Help Us Choose the Winner!

When we put our heads together to come up with our favorite Inhabitots stories of 2013, we had a seriously challenging time narrowing the field to the six stories that would make our Editors’ Choice

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Top 6 Most Popular Inhabitots Stories of 2013  – Vote for Your Favorite!

Top 6 Most Popular Inhabitots Stories of 2013 – Vote for Your Favorite!

Drumroll please! It’s that time of year when we reveal the most popular Inhabitots stories of 2013! Enticing recipe how-tos dominated our top 6 most read posts this year. You won’t want to

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Does Your Child Have Nature Deficit Disorder?

Does Your Child Have Nature Deficit Disorder?

Remember the good old days, when your mom told you to go outside to play all day and just to be sure to come home when the streetlights came on? Yeah, me neither (nor do most of my friends). But my

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Editors’ Favorite Inhabitots Stories of 2012 – Vote For Your Top Pick!

Editors’ Favorite Inhabitots Stories of 2012 – Vote For Your Top Pick!

Lead image © Bella Luna As the editors of Inhabitots, we’re fans of every story we publish. But a few select standouts really inspired us over the past year, and we wanted to shine a spotlight on

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6 Most Popular Inhabitots Stories of 2012 – Vote For Your Favorite!

6 Most Popular Inhabitots Stories of 2012 – Vote For Your Favorite!

Before we ring in a new year, we’re taking a look back at the most popular Inhabitots stories of 2012, as determined by YOU, our loyal readers! The stories that really resonated with you over the

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Top 7 Baby & Kids Green Design Products of 2012: Vote for Your Fave

Top 7 Baby & Kids Green Design Products of 2012: Vote for Your Fave

Each passing year since the inception of Inhabitots brings with it an enchanting new array of modern green designs for babies and kids — and we love the fact that our job requires us to report on

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Inhabitots’ Top 6 Parenting News Stories of 2012

Inhabitots’ Top 6 Parenting News Stories of 2012

Breaking news, fascinating news, informative news — we’ve spent 2012 unearthing, decoding and reporting on stories that range from ridiculous (oral sex cures morning sickness!?) and

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Johnson & Johnson Says No More Chemicals… Again as Consumers Wait for Action

Johnson & Johnson Says No More Chemicals… Again as Consumers Wait for Action

In the fall of 2011, Johnson & Johnson, makers of all-things baby care related, released a statement that they’d soon be phasing out chemicals in their products. This statement came about after

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Japanese Company Creates Realistic 3D Fetus Replicas as Pregnancy Mementos

Japanese Company Creates Realistic 3D Fetus Replicas as Pregnancy Mementos

We’ve seen some quirky and downright creepy ways to commemorate your pregnancy in the past, and now we’ve found another weird one for the unnecessary baby product file. Japanese engineering

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HOW TO: Get Over Breastfeeding Resentment

HOW TO: Get Over Breastfeeding Resentment

Breast is best. If you haven’t had this pounded into your head yet, just wait until you’re pregnant or a new mama. We here at Inhabitots agree. Breast is best. Breast milk offers perfect

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New York City Kicks Off Major Pro-breastfeeding Program in City Hospitals

New York City Kicks Off Major Pro-breastfeeding Program in City Hospitals

Newborn baby girl image from Shutterstock Starting September 3, New York City will kick off what the Latch On NYC initiative, which the NY Post is calling, “The most restrictive pro-breast-milk

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Study: Extreme Mothering May Harm Moms and Kids

Study: Extreme Mothering May Harm Moms and Kids

Mothers who look at parenting as if it’s an extreme sport may be doing more harm than good; both to their kids and themselves. At least that’s the theory behind a new study from the University

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Doctors Petition USDA to Remove Milk from School Lunches

Doctors Petition USDA to Remove Milk from School Lunches

On July 19, the nonprofit Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM), filed a petition (pdf) asking the USDA to remove milk as a required food from the national school lunch program. The PCRM

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UCLA Researchers Find American Families Have Too Much Stuff and Too Little Time

UCLA Researchers Find American Families Have Too Much Stuff and Too Little Time

Families drowning in too much stuff is the focus of a new book, Life at Home in the Twenty-First Century: 32 Families Open Their Doors, by researchers at UCLA’s Center on Everyday Lives of Families

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Years After Baby Bottle Manufacturers Stop Using BPA the FDA Decides to Officially Ban It

Years After Baby Bottle Manufacturers Stop Using BPA the FDA Decides to Officially Ban It

Baby bottle manufacturers voluntarily haven’t used bisphenol A (BPA) in baby bottles for years. In fact, you’re hard-pressed to find BPA laden baby bottles at all at this point. Apparently,

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Is America Ready for a Breastfeeding Reality TV Show?

Is America Ready for a Breastfeeding Reality TV Show?

The small blue-eyed girl sucks a breast close up – Shutterstock There’s a new extended breastfeeding reality TV show coming to your living room soon. According to the New York Post, Collins

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