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.
Dear Karla, Some friends of mine have been talking about toxic ingredients that can change the natural levels of hormones in our children, especially in products that we put on their skin. Do you know what they are talking about? Is there something ...
When several women I worked with revealed their pregnancies in a short period of time, we joked that there must be something in the water. While you can't actually get pregnant from a public water source, it turns out you can get trace amounts of pre...
Recently a friend who was about to give birth called to ask me if I'd pre-washed all of Mr. Pickles' clothes before he was born. She wasn't sure if she was crazy, nesting hardcore, or just doing the mommy thing before she was actually a mommy. I tol...
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