Tuesday, 16 April 2013 01:00
In today's market the variety of toys for babies and children available can be hard to believe. However, it can sometimes be confusing to work out what toys are the safest for you to give to your little one. The manufacturers of toys are regulated by numerous pieces of legislation, but particularly by both the Sales of Goods Act and the Toys Safety Regulations 1995. The following set out a few top tips when considering which toys are safe for your little ones:
Wednesday, 10 April 2013 02:00
Cheeki was founded on the promise of a healthy, environmentally friendly, cost effective and fun alternative to our world’s harmful dependence on disposable water bottles and coffee cups.
Sunday, 27 January 2013 00:00
I love trying to find eco friendly things for kids. It's so important we try and give them the safest products possible Beco Things have created a baby and pet range made of natural fibers.
Sunday, 14 October 2012 01:00
Kids grow up so fast and before you know it, you are helping them to use grown up things! Lola is 8 months now and whilst she is still breastfeeding, she does have water throughout the day now. After trying a few big name brand training cups, I came across a really fantastic one!
Thursday, 27 September 2012 00:00
I was sent this little set to try out with Lola who is 7 months and getting stuck into trying lots of yummy things! This cute set of a fork and spoon is just fantastic!
Thursday, 16 August 2012 08:00
This is a very important article and video, because it's about the health of children, and for women who may struggle to fall pregnant. Too many kids are being affected by serious health problems in early childhood, later in life and also when they are adults. So many people are never sure 'why' problems happen to them, but the information is pointing directly to the onslaught of toxic exposure we are all being faced with.
Published in Pregnancy
Thursday, 05 April 2012 11:39
NOTICE - Wanted at FDA: Public Health Experts Willing to Protect Public Health - Washington, D.C. – Once again, the federal agency charged with protecting the public from tainted food has ignored a mountain of scientific research and decided to allow a toxic chemical to remain in food packaging.
Sunday, 11 March 2012 13:30
by Rachel Lincoln Sarnoff, Executive Director/CEO, Healthy Child Healthy World Have you seen the news that Campbell’s Soup Company has decided to phase out the toxic chemical Bisphenol A (BPA) from its cans? As part of the Healthy Child Healthy World community, we wanted you to know that it’s your support that made this victory possible!
Published in News
Saturday, 31 December 2011 14:37
Study Found More than 200 Chemicals in Cord Blood of African American, Asian and Hispanic Newborns
Saturday, 31 December 2011 13:43
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Yielding to pressure from parents, health advocates, and lawmakers, the chemical industry has conceded that the toxic plastics chemical bisphenol-A should not be used to make baby bottles and sippy cups.