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How to handle a picky eater

Mealtime with young children can be an ongoing battle for parents. Try these tips to make mealtime a positive family experience. Read...

 

Unique health challenges for families of tweens and teens

Adolescence is a unique developmental period that presents both challenges and opportunities for children, parents and healthcare providers. Read...

 

Early detection and intervention are key in autism treatment

With as many as 1 in 68 children being diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, as well as autism’s high profile in the media, parents of small children are often concerned about whether the disorder may affect their families. Read...

 

Tips to help make potty training a success for your child

Like many developmental milestones in children, potty training success is based on each individual child. Take a few steps to help prepare them and when they're ready, they'll succeed.  Read...

 

Five summer hazards to remember for a safe Fourth of July

Brush up on these safety tips to ensure a fun and memorable Fourth of July celebration.  Read...

 

Five tips to balance technology use in your family

With summer upon us, we no longer have the school day to automatically limit to the amount of time our children spend glued to their screens at home. These tips will help you keep technology use balanced and healthy in your home.  Read...

 

How to get your new baby to sleep, so you can too

The adrenaline from the excitement of having a new baby starts to dwindle after about a month, and that's when sleep depravation quickly gets old and tired.  Read...

 

Say goodbye to the pacifier: Breaking four common bad habits in kids

Bad habits can be hard to break, especially in kids. The most common habits that cause stress to parents are prolonged use of pacifiers, thumb sucking, nail biting and, the most unpleasant, nose picking. Read...

 

Breastfeeding is a challenge well worth it

New evidence to suggest that, not only are breastfed babies protected from infections early in life, but also from diseases later in life. Plus it is far less expensive, good for the environment and helps parents miss fewer days of work.  Read...

 
 







 
 
 
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