A pediatrician and a child and adolescent psychiatrist provide guidance for parents about how to talk to children about the pandemic and what to do if your child gets the Covid.
Our new KNOW YOUR GOVERNMENT page shows how federal agencies can play a role in President Biden’s All of Government battle against climate disruption.
A congressional subcommittee investigation found “significant levels” of toxic heavy metals—lead, arsenic, cadmium and mercury—in baby food. Here’s what you need to know, and what a parents can do about it.
Dry air is connected to an increase in infections. Learn how to hydrate the indoor air in your home to help fight infections like Covid.
35% of ocean plastic pollution comes from the plastic fibers we wear and wash. Starting with the laundry, our Mom Detective shares ways to reduce plastic pollution in our homes.
Stopping the COVID-19 pandemic, supporting America’s ailing economy and fighting climate change must be the top priorities of the new Congress.
EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler has finalized a Censored Science Rule. This rule shows a total disregard for transparency, and a disregard for the health of our families.
Meet the nominations for the Cabinet and White House leaders with whom Moms plans to be working most closely in 2021.
With the nomination of Michael Regan for EPA Administrator, Biden is sending a powerful message that he is serious about climate change and environmental justice.
President-elect Biden can not only to repair the damage done by the Trump administration on protecting families from toxic chemicals, the new administration can use the law proactively to ensure that everyone in the country is better protected from hazardous chemicals — with attention to those whose health is most at risk and to communities where exposures are greatest.
The election outcome is not yet settled. Moms showed up to vote, in tremendous numbers. Now, every vote must be counted. Because every vote counts. One thing is settled: We have huge challenges ahead of us. We must unite to solve them.
A scientist experiences the devastating effects of climate change on his home and family, and shares his personal account and an important message for all of us.