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Enter Your Kiddie Costumes In The 2013 Inhabitots Green Halloween Costume Contest!

Enter Your Kiddie Costumes In The 2013 Inhabitots Green Halloween Costume Contest!

Will your kiddos be sporting homemade costumes for trick-or-treating this year? Whether they're cute or creepy, we want you to enter them in the annual Inhabitots Green Halloween Costume Contest! This

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Designers Create Imaginative Urban Playgrounds for Children and Adults in the Building Trust International Competition

Designers Create Imaginative Urban Playgrounds for Children and Adults in the Building Trust International Competition

With so much dead space plaguing urban cities today, charity organization Building Trust International put together a competition asking designers to reimagine these blights as innovative playgrounds for

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DIY: Scrumptious Vegan And Gluten-Free Pumpkin Doughnut Recipe!

DIY: Scrumptious Vegan And Gluten-Free Pumpkin Doughnut Recipe!

It's officially Fall, and no matter where you live, everything's coming up pumpkin. Sadly, most of the seasonal food and treats you'll find aren't really pumpkin at all: they're stuffed full of sugar,

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Students Reap Major Benefits at the First School in America to Go Vegetarian

Students Reap Major Benefits at the First School in America to Go Vegetarian

This past year, a public school in Queens, NY, became the first in the nation to adopt an all-vegetarian menu in its cafeteria, and the students are thriving because of it. With meals like vegetarian

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Virginia Students Reject All-Beef Burgers and Demand Return of Processed Fake Meat Patties

Virginia Students Reject All-Beef Burgers and Demand Return of Processed Fake Meat Patties

Photo via Shutterstock For most restaurants across the country, claiming an all-beef burger patty is a brag-worthy selling point. Even so, students in Virginia have have made it clear that they prefer

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A Dolls’ House Benefit Auction Features Dollhouses Designed by World-Famous Architects

A Dolls’ House Benefit Auction Features Dollhouses Designed by World-Famous Architects

Want to own a dollhouse designed by Zaha Hadid? Now's you chance! Twenty world-famous architects have banded together to create the dollhouse of every design-loving parents' dream. Part of an initiative

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6 Ways to Enjoy End-of-Season Tomatoes Throughout the Whole Year

6 Ways to Enjoy End-of-Season Tomatoes Throughout the Whole Year

A ripe, juicy tomato represents all of the joys of summer. Beautiful, tasty, and a great source of vitamins, these members of the nightshade family are stars in a myriad of dishes. As their season in many

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Spooky Halloween Seed Bombs from Renaissance Botanical Sprout Fresh Herbs

Spooky Halloween Seed Bombs from Renaissance Botanical Sprout Fresh Herbs

It's almost October, which means you'll start seeing enough pumpkins and Halloween decorations to turn an entire village orange. This year, instead of handing out chocolate and other sugary candy,

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Levels of Flame-Retardant Chemicals in American Women Finally Dropping

Levels of Flame-Retardant Chemicals in American Women Finally Dropping

For the first time ever, researchers are finding that levels of flame retardants (PDBEs) are declining in the bodies of American women. The study focused on the bodies of a group of California women, and

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400,000 Plastic Sandals Upcycled Into Colorful Oceanside Sculptures

400,000 Plastic Sandals Upcycled Into Colorful Oceanside Sculptures

Although ocean beaches are one of the most beautiful parts of nature, they're also the place we're most likely to come face to face with the ugly side of overconsumption. Beaches around the world are

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Enjoy Decadent Pastries Without The Guilt: DIY These Vegan Cronuts!

Enjoy Decadent Pastries Without The Guilt: DIY These Vegan Cronuts!

Have you heard about the latest craze in pastry? It's called the cronut (cross between a doughnut and a croissant) and it's taking America by storm. Half sweet fried doughnut and half flaky croissant,

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Enter Inhabitots’ Back to School Contest to Score Over $100 Worth of Green Goodies

Enter Inhabitots’ Back to School Contest to Score Over $100 Worth of Green Goodies

Summer break is over and most kids have already started to head back to school. If you want to make your little one's new academic school year all the more special, then enter the Inhabitots' Green Back

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LEGO Introduces Female Scientist in Their Minifigures Series 11 Collection

LEGO Introduces Female Scientist in Their Minifigures Series 11 Collection

Image via Maia Weinstock. There are some new Minifigures on the LEGO block, and they love to study science. While this may not seem like an unusual departure from the toy's regular line of explorers,

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LEGO Debuts a New Female Scientist Minifigure!

LEGO Debuts a New Female Scientist Minifigure!

Image courtesy Maia Weinstock There have been plenty of grievances over the years about the lack of women represented in LEGO building sets (not to mention the appearance of existing female

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Innovative Birth Simulator Device Trains Women To Handle Life-Threatening Complications

Innovative Birth Simulator Device Trains Women To Handle Life-Threatening Complications

Expectant mothers in developing nations don't always have the luxury of a nearby hospital or well-trained OB/GYN. Instead, when the baby decides it's ready to be born, they must rely on the assistance

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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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