Put a Fork In It

If your food is organic, should your utensils be safe, too? Credit: Green Toys
It goes without saying that you want your tot using utensils made from healthy plastic: no BPA, no PVC, no phthalates. But here's an opportunity to go one step fu...

Pregnant Women Should Avoid Canned Foods, Study Says

If you're pregnant, kick the cans. Credit: Spencer Platt / Getty Images
Pregnant women should avoid or limit their intake of canned foods, which can expose them to a potentially dangerous chemical, a new report says. More than 90 percent of ca...

Choosing Straws

Sip safely. Credit: BornFree
Lots of moms count on BornFree for baby products -- including bottles, pacifiers, teethers, and sippy cups -- that are free of BPA, pthalates, and PVC. Happily, this month the company introduces the 14-oz. Twist 'n ...

Teethe in Style

Cute, chew-worthy teething rings. Credit: Lifefactory
Teething is the pits, but a good teether can make life a little easier for both you and baby. These freezer-friendly and dishwasher-safe silicone rings are free of phthalates, PVC, BPA and l...

Klean Kanteen BPA-Free Bottles - Ben and Jen Love Them!

Like so many other concerned parents, you tossed your kids' Nalgene bottles when you heard about potentially dangerous BPA in the plastic. But now summer is coming, with its long hot days, and you're still scrambling for a replacement. Plastics with ...


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