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Photo by Shutterstock We’re half-way through National Prematurity Awareness Month, an event that happens each November, so the news that preterm birth rates have dropped is fitting (and excellent)
Photo by Shutterstock The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) currently recommends screening children for autism when they are 18 months of age or older. However, new research discussed by Patricia
As a green parent, you’re likely very familiar with the annual Dirty Dozen list that calls out the most pesticide ridden produce in the United States. Now, there’s a brand new Dirty Dozen list
Photo by Shutterstock Flame retardants (PBDEs) are found in tons of products from toys and other kid items to infant car seats to furniture to the very food you eat. What’s worse, flame retardants
Photo by Shutterstock Did you know that it takes an astounding 6,570 days to raise a child from birth to college? And you thought 9 months of pregnancy seemed long. 6,570 days equals a whole lot of
Photo by CDC/James Gathany 2013 is only halfway over, yet the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) just released new figures showing that this year is on track for the most cases of
A study published in the Annals of Neurology by a team of researchers from the Houston Methodist Neurological Institute and Erasmus Medical Center finds that women who are not able to make enough thyroid
Image courtesy of Shutterstock In better late than never news, The Breast Cancer Fund reported that on July 11, 2013, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued an official ban on bisphenol A
Pregnant Women Exposed to High Levels of Air Pollution are Twice as Likely to Have a Child with Autism
Image courtesy of Shutterstock Constant exposure to pollution, whether it’s in the air, water, or common household products, has been shown to affect human health negatively in a variety of ways.
Unacceptable Levels is a New Film that Documents the Immense Harm Chemicals are Causing People and the Planet
Unacceptable Levels is a new film that examines the many problems we face due to rampant chemical use in our world. Filmmaker and father, Ed Brown, interviewed leading experts in the fields of science,
If your little one has separation anxiety, the T. Jacket can remarkably provide a reassuring hug from you, even when you’re far away. Designed by James The, the sweatshirt’s inner layer is lined
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