From toothpaste to mustard, we in the metropolitan areas of the United States are living an organic dream.
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If kids and pets play on a lawn, it's especially important to make sure that the turf is organic so they're not exposed to the toxic chemical residues left behind by the products and service providers.
by guest blogger Holly Walck, Iyengar yoga practitioner and teacher in Bethlehem, PA, and Istanbul, Turkey
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