Coming up soon I'm going to be posting some product reviews and quite possible a killer giveaway from the Earth...
Coming up soon I'm going to be posting some product reviews and quite possible a killer giveaway from the Earth Mama Angel Baby Organics Co. With that in mind, I thought it would be cool to take a sneak peek at this great company - useful to me so that I don't need to point out company perks each time I post a review.


WHAT IS EARTH MAMA ANGEL BABY: Earth Mama Angel Baby offers an entire line of organic and natural products that support the common discomforts of the entire process of birth, from pregnancy through labor, postpartum recovery, breastfeeding, baby care and even the loss of a baby. They also have some yummy products that will make you feel awesome and pampered during and after your pregnancy and products for a happy healthy baby as well.


  • EMAB offers all the goodies you need in one place for an eco-friendly, healthy pregnancy and healthy, non-toxic baby care.
  • Seriously adorable packaging which makes EMAB products a great wrap-free gift for a baby shower, new mama, or newborn.
  • Products that actually work - reviews coming up.
  • Positive website with cool items like a create your own FREE birth plan feature.
  • A great gift registry feature.
  • A EMAB blog.
  • Good prices and some amazing monthly deals.
  • Full articles on baby safety, mama safety, and organic issues you need to know about.


  • All of Mama’s products are vegan and lanolin-free and safe for you and your baby, made with organic herbs, no toxins or hidden ingredients. Products are also bee product and nut oil free.
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  • Earth Mama Angel Baby is a compact signers of the Environmental Working Groups’ Campaign for Safe Cosmetics.
  • This company uses only high quality organic ingredients and herbs unless the herb or oil is not safely, sustainably available organically.
  • Eco-packaging used for products.
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  • Member of a multitude of eco-minded organizations.
This is a great company for mamas and babies. As noted, stay tuned for some product reviews, and in June a super cool Earth Mama Angel Baby giveaway event. For now visit Earth Mama Angel Baby Organics to learn more.

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GPS tracking system helped save a man's life in Venice

Venice, Florida GPS systems help us where we're going. Also helped that the same technology could save the lives of the mentally ill.

Sarasota Police Department has l <a href=>nike air max shoes womens </a> aunched six years ago Lifesaver. A GPS device, such as a wrist strap, worn by those who may go missing. The police say it has a success rate of 100%, and is evidence of James Mondello.

Venice Police say 50-year-old James Mondello, mentally disabled man due to his injuries from the Banyan living at 09.00 hours on Tuesday night, wearing tracking bracelets.

Sarasota police office <a href=>nike air max crimson </a> r Danny Robbins explains how the device works.

'Every client is given their high frequency in our database downloaded from the Project Lifesaver.

tracking device, the strap is a chirping sound, louder the closer it comes to a person who is missing, is growing. Mondello bracelet led officers from mangroves Caspersen beach residence for more than two miles from Banyan.

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'It was so thick, we could crawl through, 'said Perisho.
He covered about 500 meters walk through the mangroves
Project Lifesaver volunteers Martha Bohn, a dense mangrove stopped walking.

continued their search for water.

'Ping was stronger, 'said Meister.

then Mondello step, which contributed to its survival.

'She turned her head sideways, I actually caught a <a href=>where can i buy nike air max 90 </a> glimpse of the cheek just so you can not see', Perisho said. 'He was on the bench, where the bank washed away the roots of mangrove trees.

Savior say, it's good that they found Mondello If they did, because the water was only a few hours away.

'<if> we do not find him when we did, it would su <a href=>all gray nike air max </a> rely be drowned, 'said Paul Joyce Marine officer with the city of Venice.

Perisho Mondello said he was found dead in Awake.

'he was conscious. He was exhausted at this point, he refused. '

Perisho said, the first thing that Mondello was asked whe <a href=>cheap nike air </a> re his glasses were.

police said, Mondello suffered some cuts and bruises, but if not, the tracking bracelet, 'he would have been found alive.'

Chairman Robbins said there are 75 at-risk adults who use a navigation system, and 30 of them children, who were born or autistic or Down's syndrome.

since the program began in 2007, Robbins said that 50 cases of missing persons and 50 successful Project Lifesaver device found. The system comes with the start of a fee of $ 275 dollars and $ 7 monthly maintenance fee, but there is financial support available.

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