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2011-06-28 00:00:32

The Diapers.com shopping experience just got better with the addition of Charlie Banana® reusable diapers and accessories. Company also introduces lush, bamboo lined disposable inserts. Hong Kong (PRWEB) June 27, 2011 What parent doesn't adore shopping for all diapering and baby essentials on one convenient website? The Diapers.com shopping experience just got better with the addition of Charlie Banana® reusable diapers and accessories. Global cloth diaper manufacturer, Winc Design...

2011-06-07 10:20:14

Kids love to spend the summer at the local pool, lake or beach but it's possible they could end up with more than just a tan. Recreational water use can lead to illnesses, says a Baylor College of Medicine pediatric infectious disease expert. "Spending time in the water should be fun for families, not something that makes them sick," said Dr. Gordon Schutze, professor of pediatrics at BCM. "By following a few basic precautions, kids and parents may be able to prevent water-borne illnesses."...

2011-04-08 00:00:28

Global cloth diaper manufacturer, Winc Design Limited, today announces Charlie Banana® (http://www.charliebanana.com), the international, luxury brand of modern cloth diapers and eco-friendly, organic baby products, is introducing a limited-time only "Goodbye Disposable, Hello Cloth" custom cloth diaper. This original cloth diaper design will motivate more families to give up disposables for good this Earth Day. The limited edition diapers will launch exclusively on Zulily.com on April...

2009-05-12 09:37:00

Research confirms that swim diapers do not prevent spread of waterborne, disease-causing germs. COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., May 12 /PRNewswire/ -- A new scientific study demonstrates that swim diapers will not prevent the spread of the most common cause of documented recreational water illness (RWI), Cryptosporidium (Crypto). Scientists from the University of North Carolina-Charlotte (UNC-Charlotte) reported at the Swimming Pool & Spa International Conference in London, England (March...

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2008-10-21 09:30:00

A British report found that reusable diapers damage the environment more so than disposable diapers.  British officials, who are humiliated by the findings, have hushed the results of the report. The British Department for Environment, Food, and Rural Affairs (Defra) has asked its representatives to adopt a "defensive" stance towards the results of the diaper research project, and have urged them not to publicize the conclusions. Research found that washable diapers, which British...

2008-07-12 15:00:09

By Scott Taylor Hours of operation (through Aug. 15) 1-3 p.m., 3:30-6:30 p.m. Monday-Friday 12:30-4:30 p.m. Saturday and SundaySwimming and supervision Lewiston lifeguards do much more than sit pool-side It would have been easy to miss the toddler, barely 2 feet tall, among the crush of kids waiting to get into the Kennedy Park pool Thursday.But Aquatic Director Katie Lacasse saw him. Barefoot and bare-chested with the top of a diaper peeking out of his oversized swim trunks, he...

2008-07-04 09:00:10

Utah health officials have confirmed 12 cases of cryptosporidium this year, but only one is swimming pool-related. But with hot weather and more people out swimming, the Utah Department of Health is reminding people to cooperate to keep swimming pools safe. Regulations designed to keep the parasite at bay include a requirement that children under age 3 and anyone without bowel control wear a swim diaper and waterproof swim pants. Individuals who have had diarrhea within the past two weeks...


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