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Do You Still Need to Worry About BPA?

April 13th, 2016 | By: Nancy Ripton
Sadly, yes. Find out why there's still so much BPA in the food we eat and what you can do to avoid it.
Do You Still Need to Worry About BPA?

Bisphenol-A (BPA) may have been banned from sippy cups and other baby products, however your child may still be getting this endocrine-disrupting chemical in the foods she eats. A recent report by a coalition including the Breast Cancer Fund and Campaign for Healthier Solutions found that BPA is still present in two-thirds of canned food.
 
It appears that most companies still use BPA to line the cans of their food. In this particular study, researchers analyzed the interior linings and lids of nearly 200 canned foods. Among the worst offenders was Campbell’s who had BPA-based epoxy in 100 per cent of their tested cans, even though the company claims to be making significant progress in the transition away from BPA. Seventy-one per cent of Del Monte cans tested positive for BPA, and 50 per cent of General Mills cans. Many of the smaller companies faired just as bad, they just has less cans tested. Private food labels were equally to blame with Target, Walmart, Dollar Store, and Loblaws each having BPA present in at least 80 per cent of their canned goods. Even Whole Foods canned goods were heavily laden with BPA.

The Simplest (and Cutest) Easter Craft Ideas Ever

March 20th, 2016 | By: Nancy Ripton
These Easter craft ideas are so simple anyone can do it from baby who just picked up a crayon to parents without a crafty bone in their body.
The Simplest (and Cutest) Easter Craft Ideas Ever

For crafty mom types, you are itching to create cute things before your child can even walk. And for those non-crafty types, you don’t want to do anything that involves more than paper, crayons and maybe a pair of scissors and some glue. These three simple craft ideas satisfy both of these needs and will keep everyone festive and happy this Easter holiday.

How to Find the Perfect Nanny

March 6th, 2016 | By: Martha Scully
Finding someone you trust to take care of your baby is no easy task. Here's how to ensure you find the right nanny for the job.
How to Find the Perfect Nanny

Hiring a nanny for your baby can be stressful, especially for the first time. Here’s everything you need to know to make the process easier so you can find the best care for your kids.

Is your Baby Tongue-Tied?

March 6th, 2016 | By: Melanie Potock
If your newborn is having feeding challenges, chances are she could be tongue-tied.
Is your Baby Tongue-Tied?

If your baby is having trouble latching or sucking, or having other feeding challenges, it may be because of an undetected tongue-tie (ankyloglossia) or upper lip tie (ULT).