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6 Nursery-Decorating Mistakes To Avoid For Your Baby’s Health

Great tips! -The good news is that every little bit counts. Even something as simple as taking off your shoes before you enter your home can help minimize tracking harmful pesticides, pollen, fungi, and bacteria into your child’s environment

What You Need to Know About Pink Himalayan Salt – EcoWatch

We love pink salt! Minimally processed and all-natural, here’s why it’s our salt of choice -Himalayan salt gets extracted from the Khewra Salt Mine in Pakistan, near the Himalayas. It is one of the largest and oldest salt mines to be found in the world. The salt that can be harvested from this mine has apparently been formed from the…

New study links ingesting cosmetic products to child injuries

Why choosing safe skincare matters! - EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WEAU) -- They are the products which help many add beauty to their appearance.Ingesting household cosmetic products linked to child injuries. But, thousands of children go to the hospital every year to get...

Shampoo, soap may play a role in early puberty

More and more, it looks like it’s the accumulation of toxins and chemicals in our environment that can have the most far-reaching effects on our little ones! -Girls exposed to chemicals commonly found in shampoo, toothpaste and soap may hit puberty earlier…

Doctors push ban on baby walkers | Fox News

Like most toys, it shouldn’t be used without supervision! -Babies in the U.S. are being injured in infant walkers at a rate of more than five per day, a new study finds. While the number of injuries has dropped significantly over the last three decades, there are still far too many, researchers say.Between 1990 and 2014, there were 230,676 infant