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Eco-Friendly Products: Color Klean Kanteen Wide Mouth Insulated Stainless Steel Drinking Bottles by Jennifer Lance Patient Expert Posted Fri 30 Sep 2011 12:00am Hello there! If you are new here, you might want to for updates on this topic. On one of my early reviews of Klean Kanteen, I remember a commenter warning me about putting tea in these stainless steel bottles for my kids. Obviously, I didn’t put boiling water in and then hand it to my child, but stainless steel does ... Read on »
Child baby bottles guild wars 2 gold sell to stop children's enamel problems ought to Notice child years by songrunescape Posted Tue 08 Jan 2013 2:24am     Child baby bottlessell Guild Wars 2 Goldutilized improperly, can cause tooth irregularities. Child drawing whole milk, jaw bone have to do somewhat protrusive motion, and also the mouth, lip area, oral cavity muscles along with synchronised stroking actions. Motor co-ordination, the particular face muscles could possibly get very good develo ... Read on »
best water bottle for hiking by Rick McCharles Patient Expert Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:02pm When I gave up on carrying a water filter, I gave up on Nalgene wide mouth bottles. In recent years I’ve simply carried a soft drink bottle. It’s fantastically reliable and fits more easily into my pack pocket than a Nalgene. Crow recommends … … a 20 ounce “Vitamin Water” bottle. I wanted a wide mouth bottle because it’s easier to ... Read on »
Klean Kanteen Water Bottle Facts: Which is the Best Fit for You? by Ben L. Naturopathic Doctor Posted Tue 01 Dec 2009 10:03pm Are you looking for a new reusable water bottle? What about a new stainless steel water bottle that is completely safe for your health, safe for the environment, and 100% recyclable? We absolutely love the Klean Kanteen Stainless Steel Water Bottles, and strongly believe that once others realize the important differences in which makes them so sp ... Read on »
Tap Water vs Bottled Water? What Do You Drink? by eatrunsail Posted Fri 10 Aug 2012 6:16pm Where do you stand on the bottled water vs tap water issue?  Do you have good drinking water coming out of your taps, or do you have to filter it?  Perhaps you prefer to buy bottled water to drink at home. We have been fortunate to always have lived where the tap water is of good quality.  We have never even felt the need to use a tap filtrati ... Read on »
Complete Mouth Care For The Family by Dr. Ellie Phillips Posted Thu 17 Feb 2011 9:19pm Dr. Ellie, About two weeks ago, I discovered your blog when I was searching for tips to help improve my son's oral hygiene--he has braces and has been having a difficult time getting the plaque off his teeth even with guidance from the ortho techs and with supervision from me. His gums had swollen to the point that they were almost over his ... Read on »
best water bottle for hiking by Rick McCharles Patient Expert Posted Tue 20 Oct 2009 10:03pm When I gave up on carrying a water filter, I gave up on Nalgene wide mouth bottles. In recent years I’ve simply carried a soft drink bottle. It’s fantastically reliable and fits more easily into my pack pocket than a Nalgene. Crow recommends … … a 20 ounce “Vitamin Water” bottle. I wanted a wide mouth bottle because it’s easier to ... Read on »
Closys Bottle by Dr. Ellie Phillips Posted Wed 06 May 2009 1:33pm Dear Dr. Ellie: I love the Complete mouth care system! It's provides a wonderful clean feeling. I have a question regarding storage/dispensing the mouthwashes. The Closys is packaged in an opaque bottle with a screw top cap. For the sake of ease, I was considering buying an extra pump, recycling an empty Listerine bottle and transferring the Clo ... Read on »
Baby Bottle Tooth Decay by Dr. Ellie Phillips Posted Sun 06 Mar 2011 11:04pm Hi Dr. Ellie, I came upon your name, blog, articles and the rest of your followers on the net and I am relieved. I just want to ask for your input on pulpectomies of toddlers. I know by your vast experience and knowledge I can get some ideas. I am a quite in agony right now. My 2 year and 2 months old baby developed bad milk-bottle ... Read on »
Review: thinksport Stainless Steel Water Bottle by Marcus S. Posted Mon 25 Jan 2010 8:24am My experience: Over two weeks, I used the thinksport stainless steel 750ml bottle to carry ice cold water on bike trips around town. Function: 3.5/5 Style: 4/5 Build Quality: 5/5 Overall: 4/5 Availability: Stainless steel double walled thinksport bottles are available online at the thinksport store in 350 ml ($15.99) and 750 ... Read on »