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6 Ways to Avoid Hormone Disrupting Chemicals (and why we should)



(First posted at MomsRising.org. This post was inspired by last week’s #EcoTipTue MomsRising Twitter Chat on Hormone Altering Chemicals and on the recent Mother Jones article about the problems of BPA free plastics.) You’ve probably heard of BPA, the chemical that was in baby bottles, sippy cups, and water bottles. There’s been lots of concern about […]

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8 Toxins to Avoid in Shampoo and Body Wash



This post is sponsored by Earth Mama Angel Baby and Green Sisterhood.   Picture this. You are trying to finish your grocery shopping. You are hungry, but more importantly, so are your kids. The window for getting what you need with children in relatively good spirits is quickly closing. You need to grab organic shampoo and body […]

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EWG’s 2010 Safer Sunscreen Guide (and easy widget)



Get the <a href=”http://www.widgetbox.com/widget/ewgs-2010-sunscreen-guide”>EWG’s 2010 Sunscreen Guide</a> widget and many other <a href=”http://www.widgetbox.com/”>great free widgets</a> at <a href=”http://www.widgetbox.com”>Widgetbox</a>! Not seeing a widget? (<a href=”http://docs.widgetbox.com/using-widgets/installing-widgets/why-cant-i-see-my-widget/”>More info</a>) This week has been one of the hottest in Vermont I’ve ever experienced!  And with two fair skinned little girls, we’ve had to pile on the sunscreen.  As I’ve written […]

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NTK Weekly Web Picks: Enviroblog, the Environmental Working Group, and the Kid Safe Chemicals Act Blog



Welcome to a new feature here at Non-Toxic Kids.  There are so many fantastic resources on the web now for parents.  Weekly, I will post and write about one of them.  I realize that since have started Non-Toxic Kids, I have been linked to, written about, and generally supported by so many great moms and […]

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