Could your baby's teething gel be dangerous? According to the FDA, benzocaine, which is used in teething gels shouldn't be used on children under two years of age. Check out this tips for easing teething symptoms.
BPA and other endocrine disrupting chemicals are linked to infertility, cancers and malformations. Want to reduce your exposure? These six simple steps will help!
The average American today eats over 150 pounds per year of refined sugars -- compared to zero pounds during most of human history. High consumption of sugar (and the elevated levels of insulin that come with it) is associated with Type II diabetes, weight gain and other health complications.
Are you looking for a meal that can be prepared for the whole family? This is a family-friendly recipe that includes a puree for babies in Stages Two and Three.
Toy recalls from reputable brands make headlines almost every day and they only address a limited amount of risks. Here are 12 ways you can reclaim the fun and reduce the worries when it comes to playtime. Make your toy box healthier for your child and the planet.
More and more parents are thinking about ways they can be green. The way you parent after divorce has an impact on the environment. Try these things you can do to be a greener divorced parent:
For just one hour, kids and families and organizations worldwide will come together to turn out their lights and show it's possible to have an impact on climate change. Snag the kids' attention and help them participate in Earth Hour's voluntary power down with these ideas.
Potty training is something that every child will encounter. When cloth diapering the transition to regular underwear is a bit more natural.
Cloth diapering is not without problems. Stains, repelling liquid, and diaper stink are issues that a cloth diapering household will likely encounter at least once.
Have you ever wondered what your baby would say if he or she could talk? What would your baby say as he or she drank warm milk? What would your baby say as you dressed him or her? Read more!