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THE DIAPER DEBATE Like many parents, Jason and Quenby Hughes (with their son, Reilly) prefer cloth diapers to disposables. (Photograph by travis Dove) THE DIAPER DEBATE Like many parents, Jason and Quenby Hughes (with their son, Reilly) prefer cloth diapers to disposables.
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The Great Diaper Debate

Many parents who want to lessen the environmental impact of raising a baby are choosing cloth over disposable diapers. Problem is, they may not always be making the greener choice.

By Silvia Spring
September 28, 2008

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Many parents who want to lessen the environmental impact of raising a baby are choosing cloth over disposable diapers. Problem is, they may not always be making the greener choice. (Full article: 1699 words)

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