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The idea of a diet pill seems fishy to me. (In fact, any weight loss suggestion that isn’t “exercise regularly” and “eat healthy” seems fishy to me.) But now, the Food and Drug Administration thinks a weight loss pill called lorcaserin is fishy too. The FDA is questioning both the effectiveness and safety of the… Read more »
Recently, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety reviewed 72 popular booster seats. 21 were given the “Best Bet” rating (see them here), for fitting properly in across the thighs and chest of young riders in a variety of different cars. On the opposite end, eight models were considered unsatisfactory, earning the mark of “Not Recommended.”… Read more »
Coming off the massive egg recall (or as I like to call it, the Great Egg Recall of 2010!), a pasteurization malfunction at a New York plant has led regulators to recall milk sold in New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, and Rhode Island. The brands affected are Midland Farms, Corrado’s Market, Jersey Dairy Farms… Read more »
Steffany boldly calls the Xtrema’s non-toxic cookware “one of the greatest things ever made for a household.” Check out Ceramcor for more info, and be sure to check out Steffany’s website EcoBold for more green reviews!
We covered the controversy over the Pampers Dry Max diapers earlier this year, when parents complained that the new version of the diaper was giving their children horrible chemical burns. Procter and Gamble vehemently denied these claims, which set off a lot of moms to organize and protest on the internet. We tried to stay… Read more »
In the U.S., over 500,000 children are now taking antipsychotic drugs. Prescriptions are not just growing among teenagers, which is believed to be the developing stage for schizophrenia, but also among tens of thousands of preschoolers. For drugs with little study about their long-term side effects, isn’t it disconcerting how many young children are on… Read more »
Last week’s recall of half a billion eggs is pushing forward a lot of legislative reform in the way food safety is handled. But in the mean time, parents should keep an eye out to make sure they haven’t purchased any of the recalled brands. Here’s the most up-to-date list of brands with recalled eggs:… Read more »
You might think it’s impossible to find a skincare line that meets the following requirements: Vegan, no chemicals, cruelty free, no preservatives, unprocessed and raw, no pesticides, no solvents, and even the glass container is recycled. But you’d be wrong! Steffany has found the Anthology Organic Skincare line. And it’s even pretty inexpensive! And it’s… Read more »
Trampolines: every kid wants one, no parent wants to have it in their backyard. But it begs the question: are they safe? Spoiler alert: they’re not safe at all, even with surrounding safety nets. MomLogic asked pediatrician Dr. Gwenn for her input: It never fails. In fact, not only can I count on this, so… Read more »