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Enter to Win A Back-To-School Shopping Spree from PanacheBox Worth $400!

Enter to Win A Back-To-School Shopping Spree from PanacheBox Worth $400!

Back-to-school is right around the corner and what better way to gear up for the school year than with an incredible giveaway? Inhabitots has teamed up with PanacheBox to give one lucky reader a $400

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Vietnamese Kindergarten Feeds 500 Students With Rooftop Vegetable Garden!

Vietnamese Kindergarten Feeds 500 Students With Rooftop Vegetable Garden!

Respect for the environment and the skills needed for self-sufficiency must be taught at a young age. In addition to "reading, writing, and arithmetic," why not also teach kids how to grow their own food

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13 Year-Old Fashion CEO Rids The World Of Toxic Chemicals, One Outfit At A Time!

13 Year-Old Fashion CEO Rids The World Of Toxic Chemicals, One Outfit At A Time!

We know about chemicals in our food and cleaning products, but what about our clothes? Studies show that traces of toxic chemicals — specifically nonylphenol ethoxylates (NPEs) — had been found in

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Adorable Dinosaur Nightlight Uses Algae To Glow In The Dark!

Adorable Dinosaur Nightlight Uses Algae To Glow In The Dark!

Is your little one afraid of the dark? Or are they just crazy about anything dinosaur-related? This adorable dinosaur-shaped nightlight from California-based company Yonder Biology might be the perfect

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New Study from Duke University Links Autism to Induced and Augmented Labor

New Study from Duke University Links Autism to Induced and Augmented Labor

Duke University researchers recently published a study that suggests that autism may be linked to labor induction and augmentation. The study revealed that mothers who had induced labor have a 13 percent

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Child Refugees Find Sanctuary in London’s Unique Cocoon-Like Sculptural Pavilion

Child Refugees Find Sanctuary in London’s Unique Cocoon-Like Sculptural Pavilion

For children who have been forced from their homes due to violent conflict or dire environmental conditions, the idea of a safe place for play and relaxation can seem a distant memory. Architecture might

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Recipe: Delicious Blueberry, Black Bean and Corn Summer Salad

Recipe: Delicious Blueberry, Black Bean and Corn Summer Salad

We know it sounds a little bizarre to put blue berries and black beans in one dish, but trust us, this summer salad is delicious. A no-fuss family favorite that is great for picnics and other outdoor

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Great Scott! Back To The Future LEGO DeLorean Time Machine Hits Store Shelves

Great Scott! Back To The Future LEGO DeLorean Time Machine Hits Store Shelves

Back to the Future fans rejoice, for LEGO just released the souped-up time traveling DeLorean from the 1985 sci-fi classic. For $35, you can get your very own DeLorean time machine along with figures of

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Three-Year-Old Budding Photographer Displays Incredible Work at Nigerian Gallery

Three-Year-Old Budding Photographer Displays Incredible Work at Nigerian Gallery

The majority of child prodigies have, at least, made it past kindergarten. But in the case of three-year-old Onafujiri Remet, better known as "Fuji", his creative skills have garnered attention and

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Petition Calls for More Gender Equality in LEGOs

Petition Calls for More Gender Equality in LEGOs

Young boys and girls across the world grow up playing with Legos, but for some reason, most of the Lego people -- known as "minifigs" -- are male. But a growing movement to add more female minifigs is

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GUIDE: Effective Non-Toxic Bug Repellents for You and Your Family

GUIDE: Effective Non-Toxic Bug Repellents for You and Your Family

Photo via Shutterstock With concerns over Lyme Disease and West Nile Virus, bug bites can be not only uncomfortable, but particularly worrying. Of equal concern for many families are the questionable

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Poisoned Free Lunch Kills at Least 22 Children in India

Poisoned Free Lunch Kills at Least 22 Children in India

When a cook at a school in northeastern India began to prepare a lunch of rice, beans, potato curry and soy balls, she claims to have noticed something wrong with the cooking oil. Reportedly she took her

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Children and Teens Exhibit Signs of Technology Addiction

Children and Teens Exhibit Signs of Technology Addiction

Photo via Shutterstock "Addiction" is a word that's casually thrown around to describe the increasing attachment to digital technology among children, but new research shows that it may actually be a

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The Surprising Health Benefits of Eating Your Own Placenta

The Surprising Health Benefits of Eating Your Own Placenta

The thought of consuming something that's slipped out of one's body will probably make most cringe, but there's a growing trend that finds women eating their own placenta shortly after giving birth.

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SmartPlayhouses Give Kids an Early Start on Fabulous Design

SmartPlayhouses Give Kids an Early Start on Fabulous Design

There's no longer a good reason to stick your kids in nasty plastic playhouses when they need a private space to dream about distant worlds and play with their friends (imagined or real). Beautiful tiny

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Adults in China Drinking Human Breast Milk to Reap Nutritional Benefits

Adults in China Drinking Human Breast Milk to Reap Nutritional Benefits

We all know that breast milk is chock-full of more than 700 different types of valuable bacteria -- great for newborns, but now adults want in on the liquid gold. In China, a new diet craze promotes

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Make Your Own Summer Fudgesicles with Nutella

Make Your Own Summer Fudgesicles with Nutella

Nothing is more exciting in summer than cold chocolate on a stick, but store-bought fudgesicles are usually so full of nasty ingredients that shouldn't pass anybody's lips. Luckily, there is hardly

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UID Architects’ New Tukusi Nursery School in Hiroshima is Shaped Like a Peanut

UID Architects’ New Tukusi Nursery School in Hiroshima is Shaped Like a Peanut

A peanut is a good metaphor for a protective shell that nurtures young life, so it makes sense that UID Architects chose to model the Tukusi Nursery School in Hiroshima after the shape of a peanut. The

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HOW TO: Make Your Own Yummy Popsicles at Home

HOW TO: Make Your Own Yummy Popsicles at Home

Popsicles are a summer staple, and for good reason - they're refreshing and delicious! If you're a fan of these icy treats but aren't big on high fructose corn syrup, hard to pronounce chemicals and

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6 of the World’s Top Green Playgrounds

6 of the World’s Top Green Playgrounds

School's out for summer, and kids are hitting the swings, seesaw and slide at parks all around the country. While there are plenty of generic playgrounds for kids to choose from, there are also a bunch of

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VIDEO: Inhabitots Interviews Dr. Alan Greene About Toxic Chemicals and Your Family’s Health

VIDEO: Inhabitots Interviews Dr. Alan Greene About Toxic Chemicals and Your Family’s Health

Over on Inhabitots I recently had the chance to speak with Dr. Alan Greene, pediatrician, father of four and leading authority on the subject of green and healthy parenting, about how to keep your family

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NASA and LEGO Launch Design Competition to Create Futuristic Spacecraft

NASA and LEGO Launch Design Competition to Create Futuristic Spacecraft

There are no two greater names in the worlds of adventure and imagination than NASA and LEGO. Now the famous toy-maker and space agency have teamed up to launch a design competition to help inspire the

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5 Matriarchal Animal Species That Prove Fox News’ Erick Erickson Wrong About What Nature Intended

5 Matriarchal Animal Species That Prove Fox News’ Erick Erickson Wrong About What Nature Intended

Recently Fox News' Erik Erickson, editor-in-chief of RedState.com, complained about a Pew report that found mothers as the primary or sole breadwinners in 40 percent of American households with kids. In

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VIDEO: How to Get Started With Cloth Diapers

VIDEO: How to Get Started With Cloth Diapers

Approximately 27.4 billion disposable diapers end up in US landfills each year, and once there, they take about 500 years to decompose! If you want to stop contributing the the problem with your baby's

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World’s First LEGO School to Open in Denmark this August

World’s First LEGO School to Open in Denmark this August

The owner of one of the most successful toy companies on earth is opening a LEGO school in Denmark this August. Grandson of LEGO's original founder and a multi-billionaire, Kjeld Kirk Kristiansen

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Miniature Lille Huset Dollhouses are Cute and Customizable Craft Projects

Miniature Lille Huset Dollhouses are Cute and Customizable Craft Projects

Alyson Beaton’s adorable Lille Huset Dollhouses are miniature dollhouses that kids can create, color and customize as a simple, rewarding craft activity. Translating into "little house” in Norwegian,

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Rent and Trade LEGO Sets with Pleygo’s Mail-in Service

Rent and Trade LEGO Sets with Pleygo’s Mail-in Service

Get ready, LEGO addicts: Now you can rent LEGO sets with Pleygo's innovative mail-in service. Sign up for their exclusive LEGO club by registering for one of their low-cost plans, and you'll have full

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Report Finds Over 5,000 Children’s Products Contain Toxic Chemicals

Report Finds Over 5,000 Children’s Products Contain Toxic Chemicals

Photo via Shutterstock A new report by the Washington Toxic Coalition and Safer States has revealed that over 5,000 children's products contain toxic chemicals associated with cancer, hormone

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WE CARE Solar Suitcase Saves Mothers’ and Babies’ Lives by Providing a Vital Light Source During Childbirth

WE CARE Solar Suitcase Saves Mothers’ and Babies’ Lives by Providing a Vital Light Source During Childbirth

In the developing world, mortality rates for expectant mothers total over 300,000 deaths each year. The WE CARE Solar Suitcase is a brilliant new device that aims to reduce this figure by providing

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