No crib can be made or sold with traditional drop side rails. Since gaps can form quite easily between the drop side rails and the mattress, the risk of suffocation increases considerably with these styles of cribs. The malfunction of these rails have been linked to at least 32 infant deaths since 2000.
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Where do mattresses go to die? The landfill, most often. But it doesn’t have to be that way. There’s still life under what looks like old junk, if you’re willing to uncover it. Old bedsprings offer an industrial aesthetic that can lay the foundation for a host of projects and decorative pieces. Even individual spring coils can be brilliantly utilized—the rustier the better. Sharpen your wire cutters, and get ready to repurpose, reuse, and recycle.
sea of industrial pollutants and synthetic chemicals. Two hundred and thirty-two synthetic chemicals have been found in umbilical cord blood of infants at birth, which demonstrates exposure in the womb. In the course of the authors’ own research, “we’ve found detectable levels of every chemical that we’ve tested for – even those that were banned years ago.” About 800 chemicals are known or suspected to be capable of interfering with hormones.