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Winter Health for School Aged Children

Whether you keep a bottle of sanitizer in every room of your home or follow all safety guidelines laid out by your pediatrician, sickness can overcome a household in days when left unchecked.
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Winter Health Birth to Five Years Old

With winter in full effect within the Northern Hemisphere, new parents are looking for essential tips and tricks to keep their children happy and smiling.
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Baby’s First Tooth: Things First-Time Parents Should Know

Every parent knows there are just some aspects of their child's development that are simply going to happen eventually, no matter what.
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How To Ease Your Child’s Separation Anxiety

Learning how to deal with anxiety and stress originating from detachment issues is a critical skill to learn for any parent or guardian.
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Back to Bed: How to Reduce the Risk of SIDS and Suffocation

SIDS or Sudden Infant Death Syndrome is a baffling condition most commonly affecting infants between the ages of two to four months.
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How To Prevent Tooth Decay in Young Children

Even an infant can get a cavity. If teeth are present, then so is the risk of tooth decay, regardless of the child's age.
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10 Tips for Parents of Picky Eaters of Toddler Age

While there are some parents that may be blessed with children that will eat almost anything, the truth is that the majority of parents will at some point have to deal with a picky eater.
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Breastfeeding as a Vegetarian/Vegan: What You Need to Know

For new mothers, life is anything but easy. From juggling errands and maintaining their health to ensuring their newborns are safe and healthy.
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Colostrum: Your Baby’s First Meal

Nature provides colostrum as a newborn's very first food. It's a type of highly concentrated liquid food containing immune factors and other important nutrients.
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How to Prepare your Older Children for a New Baby

Waiting for the arrival of a new baby is an exciting time for you. However, the same cannot necessarily be said for any older siblings.
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Brushing for Two: How Your Oral Health Affects the Baby

Pregnant women today are not likely to actually lose a tooth for every child they bear, but vigilant oral health care during pregnancy is still very important for both the mother and the child.
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When to Keep Your Child Home From School

What should we be aware of while preparing our back-to-school checklist? And more importantly, what should we do if our child is showcasing symptoms of sickness or infection?
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