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The latest news, food for thought, recipes you’ll love, great advice on everything from raising kids to nurturing bees, plus videos designed to entertain, educate and enlighten. If you’d like to find out what’s on our mind – or let us know what’s on yours -- this is place to be.

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Win a Sustainable Nursery from Kalon Studios and Seventh Generation!

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Author: Seventh Generation

Would you like to furnish your baby's new nursery with sustainable furniture from Kalon Studios and stock up with a year's supply of Free&Clear Diapers, Wipes and Laundry Detergent?

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How to Help Your Child Make Friends

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Author: Liz Moorhead

As much as we want to protect our children, we parents also know the value of helping them develop social bonds with their peers. So as my son grows, it becomes increasingly important to me that he develops friendships with children his own age.

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Stand Up for Your Child’s Health by Supporting Chemical Reform

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Author: Seventh Generation

A lot of us were babies ourselves - or not even born yet - when the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) was passed in 1976.

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Can the Precautionary Principle Protect Your Family from Toxic Chemicals?

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Author: Seventh Generation

The 'seventh generation principle' is the original precautionary principle. This practice from the Six Nations Iroquois Confederacy of making decisions with the seventh generation in mind is what fuels our mission. We're hoping that TSCA reform based on the precautionary principle forces other companies to follow suit.

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Recipes We Love: Cumin Citrus Dressed Veggies

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Author: Andrea Todd

Toasted cumin seeds and citrus dress up ordinary vegetables into an extraordinary taste. Any variety of root vegetables work--carrots are featured here, but substitute or integrate others such as potatoes, celeriac, parsnips, turnips, or rutabaga. This recipe can be made in advance and refrigerated or served warm. Serve as an appetizer, as a side dish, lunch salad, or just for snacking.

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Making your child’s hospital stay easier

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Author: Alexandra Pecci

My daughter, Chloe, is the star of a brand new book, and she couldn't be prouder or more excited about it. The book is all about one of her recent adventures, and there are pictures of her on every page. It's called, "Chloe Goes to the Hospital."

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Recipes We Love: Gluten-Free Shortbread

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Author: Seventh Generation

Breakfast treat, afternoon snack or delightful desert, there's nothing like the lovely, buttery taste of shortbread. This recipe is especially wonderful because it's gluten-free!

Gluten Free Shortbread

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Spring Rambles with my Son

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Author: Liz Moorhead

Spring is tantalizingly close. We've spent the last few weeks reluctantly trapped indoors, out of the icy cold and slush. Now that we're inching toward warm weather and greenery, I'm anxious to plan some outdoor fun.

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Do Chemicals Affect Children’s Brains?

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Author: the Inkslinger

Let’s face facts: chemicals don’t often make headline news, so the people who devote their lives to studying them usually spend those lives in obscurity. Heroes to all, they’re known by nearly none.

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Recipes We Love: Shepherd’s Pie

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Author: Andrea Todd

Cooking comfort food helps pass winter days inside, and as we brace ourselves for more snow in the northeast, here is something tasty to warm your body and soul. In the summer and fall when items are fresh, I want to make them available in winter so I prepare and freeze items.

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