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Cotton's Dirty Secret

July 29, 2014

Did you know ... 1. Cotton is the most pesticide intensive crop in the world. - 25% of the world’s total pesticide production is applied to cotton crops- 10% of the world’s insecticide production is applied to cotton crops - Approx. 90% of cotton grown worldwide is now GMO 2. Conventional processing of cotton uses potentially toxic chemicals.- Petroleum scouring agents- Softeners, brighteners- Heavy metals (common in fabric dyes)- Flame retardants- Ammonia- Formaldehyde Don’t these chemicals just washout? Many of these chemicals are designed to NOT wash out. Fiber reactive dyes chemically bind with the fiber molecules to remain color fast. The chemicals added to easy-care fabrics also bind tightly to fabric. Although these chemicals do not wash out easily...

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Sleep Safety Tips for Infants

July 17, 2014

1. The safest place for a baby to sleep is alone in a crib. The risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) is higher if an adult or another child shares a bed with an infant.2. The sleep surface should be firm, flat, and free of soft bedding, toys and clutter.Do not use thick blanketsNever place baby on soft pillows or on a waterbedUse securely fitting crib sheetsAvoid the use of bumper pads. Loose pads and ties are a suffocation risk.Don’t lay baby on sheepskins or other loose and soft materialsChoose a firm tight fitting mattress for the cribDon’t use sleep positioning devices3. Babies should be placed on their back to sleep. Do not lay babies on their stomach because it...

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Strange but True: Evolved Facts About Sleep

July 16, 2014

The position of your bed can affect your sleepScientists have discovered that people feel most restful when their bed is positioned in view of the door and as far away from the door as possible. This makes sense if you look at it from an evolutionary perspective. It would have been safer for our ancestors to sleep where they were better able to spot a threat early and have time to run away or defend themselves.If you find yourself restless or fearful at night try moving the bed further from the door and in plain site of the doorway.A full moon can affect sleepA Swiss study shows that a full moon can significantly increase sleep disturbance. Researchers found that people send...

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