In a move that should have happened many years ago, the FDA has finally banned BPA in baby bottles and sippy cups. Fortunately most major manufacturers stopped using the toxic plastic in their bottles, teethers, sippy cups and toys 3 years ago after Canada announced that they were considering pulling juvenile products that had BPA in them off of shelves.
Chemicals found in many plastics are causing little boys to act more like little girls, according to new research. The study suggests that boys who are exposed to certain plastics while in utero are apt to have these behaviour changes.
2008 was the year that changed the baby bottle. Glass Bottles made a come back, bottles with BPA were removed from the shelves and Silicone made it’s debut.This year at ABC a few companies introduced bottles made of this amazing material.Silicone is perfect because it has no open pores to harbor bacteria. It is free [...]
Boon is one of my favorite modern baby companies because they are always introducing great new products for parents. I always love to see what Rebecca Finell, the head designer, has come up with for the new year and she never lets me down. Boon’s new bath line (pictured top right) are PVC and Phthlate [...]
We ave covered the issue of baby bottles with the disruptive chemical Biosphenol-A in them probably a million times. This issue has been something that most don’t believe is true. In fact, two members from the Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association defended the use of these bottles during one of my posts stating, The scientific consensus [...]