If you're pregnant, kick the cans. Credit: Spencer Platt / Getty ImagesPregnant 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...
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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