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  • A healthy home for your newborn

    A healthy home for your newborn
    New moms and dads certainly have plenty to worry about, especially with information in the news about toxic bottles, bedding and even toys. It might seem overwhelming for parents-to-be, but there are several easy ways you can create a healthy home for...
  • How green is my baby?

    How green is my baby?
    A photo credit accompanying this story contains corrected material, published Feb. 3, 2008. I often dip my feet into two opposing worlds: recycling at home, but not always at work; drinking soy milk, but still indulging in ice cream; practicing...
  • Baby expo showcases natural, organic products

    Baby expo showcases natural, organic products
    "Green" babies are everywhere these days. A growing number of moms and dads are spending a little extra to make sure their babies are healthy, happy and doing their part to save the planet. Natural and organic baby care products — everything from...
  • Create a healthy home for your newborn

    Create a healthy home for your newborn
    New moms and dads certainly have plenty to worry about, especially with information in the news about toxic bottles, bedding and even toys. It might seem overwhelming for parents-to-be, but there are several easy ways you can create a healthy home for...
  • Push to Register Infant Products

    Push to Register Infant Products
    It's one thing to return a product mail-in rebate card to save some cash: More than two out of three consumers do, according to a 2009 Consumer Reports survey. So would you return a card that could potentially save your child's life? The U.S. Consumer...
  • What do you love and hate?

    May 21, 2009 I LOVE ... ... the colorful spring flowers planted at City Hall and the Daley Center. It gives me a "lift." -- Barbara Rieffel, Chicago . . . Phil, the Navy Pier trolley driver, who befriends every passenger and is such a wonderful...
  • Are plastics safe?

    THIRTEEN-MONTH-OLD Solange Dorsainvil plays with toys made from wood and cloth, drinks from a Swiss-made aluminum sippy cup and teethes on kale stems and celery. Her life is as plastic-free as her mother, Celina Lyons, can make it. --------------------...
  • A holiday night's dream? Well, mostly

    A holiday night's dream? Well, mostly
    A few final thoughts about the holidays, and then we'll move on. Silent night? Where? I'm still waiting. We stayed up well past midnight Christmas Eve playing Scrabble. It was loud and hyper-competitive, just what I look for in a holiday like Christmas....
  • It's a yard sale economy

    Every household should have its own economic stimulus package. In our case, it's a yard sale -- the ultimate in recycling. Memo to White House: Out here in the hinterlands, where dogs run free and children frolic safe and worry-free in the warm...
  • Little voices of distraction

    HAS THE WHOLE country been sucking on helium balloons? The singsong, Valley Girl-ish vocal style that was once the exclusive domain of actual Valley Girls (and anyone who worked at a tanning salon) is infiltrating a host of unlikely venues. From Ivy...
  • Finding Mr. Good Enough

    In the march issue of the Atlantic magazine, sandwiched between an article about Chinese Internet technology and a review of modernist art criticism, lies a seven-page essay called "Marry Him! The Case for Settling." Its author is Lori Gottlieb, a 40-...