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    Pimp Your Baby’s Crib (The Green Way)

    By Deb Baer on April 28, 2014
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    You want your baby’s room to be adorable yet environmentally conscious. That’s not an oxymoron! These eco-friendly tips will ensure a nursery that is beautiful yet safe and sound.

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    Do Babies Need Conditioner For Their Hair?

    By Karen Valencia on April 28, 2014
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    As parents of older kids know, little heads of hair can become big nests of tangles. At various stages, babies also love moving their heads from side to side in the crib, seat, or swing, which can create more tangles—and that notorious baby bald spot in the back.

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    Relieving Ear Infection Pain the Natural Way

    By Deb Baer on April 28, 2014
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    Ear infections are a real nightmare for young kids (and their parents!) for those first years of life. And they’re incredibly common: nearly 50 percent of babies will have an ear infection by their first birthday, usually between 7 and 9 months old. Unless it’s a serious infection, doctors…

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    What’s Off-Gassing In Your House?

    By Deb Baer on April 28, 2014
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    That “new car smell” of new things you buy can be intoxicating — but it’s also toxic! It’s called “off-gassing,” which is the gas or VOC’s (Volatile Organic Compounds) given off by new products in your home — everything from paint and particle boards to the carpet and foam…

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    Is It Safe? Baby Wipes

    By Jill Chapman on April 27, 2014
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    Like any other product you put on your baby’s sensitive skin, check the ingredients to make sure there are no chemicals, synthetic fragrances or alcohol.

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    All About Eczema: Causes, Treatments & More!

    By Jill Chapman on April 25, 2014
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    When your baby develops crusty, itchy red patches, often on the cheeks, forehead or scalp, within the first six months, that could be a sign of eczema. Eczema can be genetic or caused by environmental factors, such as pets, heat, sweat, dust mites, allergies, even cigarette smoke.

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