How can your family go green? Find out how to teach your kids to be a good recyclers, what green habits you can teach now, and our green product picks. Plus: How to make your home an eco-happy place to raise your family.
BPA?... Phthalates... You know they can be dangerous for your family, but you may not know all the ways they enter your body, or -- most important -- how you can limit your exposure. Parents investigates.
Quick! Save your old car seat from a lonely fate in a landfill and save money in the process.
Too stressed to save the environment? Check out these easy ways to go green.
Having children makes you more than a parent. It also makes you an ancestor. These days, I think about how climate change will impact my children's children, and how I can be a better ancestor for them.
It can be hard knowing what green lifestyle choices will be the most beneficial to your baby. We've talked to the green parenting guru Alan Greene, M.D. and author of Raising Baby Green and Feeding Baby Green, who shares the most important tips to get started.
Say goodbye to pesticides, herbicides, and other common lawn-care products that are bad for the planet--and your family's health. Here's our guide to a kinder, gentler green.
Saving the earth isn't always second nature. But there are simple things you can do to have an eco-friendly family--without losing your cool.
It's easy to have your family "go green" -- start with the recycling.
Make these small, simple changes in your household to help reduce your carbon footprint and make the whole family a little bit greener.
Living green isn't just some cool trend. Moms care about the health of the planet because it affects their children's health and future--and their own bottom line. To be the greenest mom on the block, check out these earth-friendly ABCs (and XYZ's; xeriscaping, anyone?).
How do you know if your child's daycare is not just eco-friendly, but safe from mold, pesticides, and more? Get the lowdown on how to find a green daycare for your growing baby.
Kristen Bell tries to parent as 'green' as she can and even sneaks in some meditation--when she has time. She keeps it real and we love her for it.
It's much more polluted than you may realize, and the potential impact on kids' risk of asthma, cancer, and even autism is startling. Take steps now to protect your family's health.
Instill eco-friendly habits in your child, on Earth Day and year round.
Kids can help with simple cleaning tasks -- especially when you use easy-to-make natural green cleaning products.
Meet four families who dared to be different. Each one took the plunge into uncharted territory, leaving behind friends, relatives, and security -- all in order to follow their dreams.
It's not just for cookies and cakes! Soothe your tot's skin, kill mold, clean grout, remove spots--and more, with this surprisingly magical substance.
These 30 tips make it easy to be a greener parent--on Earth Day and year round.
Kristen Bell gets real about what it means to live green, how she's cutting down on her own carbon footprint, and what we can all do to sneak in simple stress-free changes to our daily routine.