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Ninety percent of Americans are exposed to Bisphenol A. Credit: Getty Images
If your infant is wheezing a lot, it could be because you were exposed to a certain kind of plastic early in your pregnancy.Bisphenol A (BPA) is a ...Researchers warn would-be moms to avoid products with BPA.
Many bottles and other plastics release estrogen-like chemicals, a new study finds. Credit: Getty
Are hormonal imbalances running rampant in your family? Blame it on bottles and sippy cups.New research reveals most plastic products ...Most plastic products are releasing chemicals that act like the sex hormone estrogen.
Sippy cups can be a sanity-saving bridge between the bottle and a cup, and they can give your child a bit of independence at a tender age.Sometime before ...Sippy cups come in all different shapes and sizes, here's what you need to know for a good one.
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 ...
Parents may want to take a closer look at the sippy cups and baby bottles they have in the house following a statement by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration expressing concern over the effects of the chemical BPA when it comes to children. ...
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 ...
A new baby is pretty exciting for mom and dad, but big siblings may have mixed feelings about their family's new addition. Make them feel special with a big brother or big sister gift. -- MomFinds Got a little boy obsessed with that body part that ...