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How to sneak sugary drinks away from your kids and start the New Year right

If you start now, you can ease your kids off sugary drinks that are bad for them and get them to begin 2015 off on a healthier note.  Read...

 

What to expect when introducing kids and pets

Pets can add a wealth of happiness to a child's life but it's important to consider what to expect when bringing a pet into the home with a child, as well as when bringing a child into a home with a pet. Read...

 

Cold medicines: Are they really safe and effective for your child?

Choosing the right cold medicine for your sick child can be overwhelming. Use this cold medicine breakdown to pinpoint your child's symptoms and get them the relief they need.  Read...

 

Nitpicking: How to manage and treat head lice

They are two words no parent wants to see in a note from school: Head lice. Although they are a nuisance, lice pose no health problems and with proper treatment will be gone soon enough.  Read...

 

Establishing healthy eating habits in tweens and teens

Having concerns about an older child or teenager eating habits is a different challenge than that of young kids. The good news is bad habits can be changed with time and patience.  Read...

 

Avoiding obesity: Raising kids with healthy eating habits starts earlier than you think

When is the right time to start thinking about creating healthy eating habits for our kids to prevent obesity? The answer? As early as before their birth.  Read...

 

Flu season: Protecting and treating your child against Influenza

It's flu season, and while viruses such as enterovirus D68 and Ebola have made headlines recently, Influenza presents an even greater, imminent danger.  Read...

 

Vitamins for kids: Do they need them and which ones are best?

Do kids really need vitamins? There are a couple of key of factors to take into consideration when deciding whether you want to use vitamins for your child and, if you do, which ones are best. Read...

 

6 ways to get the most out of parent- teacher conferences

While kids have likely overcome their jitters associated with starting a new school year, a nerve-racking back-to-school component for parents is around the corner – the first parent/teacher conference. Read...

 
 







 
 
 
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