Child Friendly Dental Supplies

By Jeniffer Page and Orien Dental With so many dentistry supplies on the market, it can be difficult to determine what is suitable to give children whose teeth might still…

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Healthy Eating, Physical Activity To Child Care Providers

For our readers in Minnesota. This article is courtesy of PRWeb, please share your thoughts in the comments section below….. Funding from Blue Cross provides certification to child care programs…

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Meditation: Healing The Scars From Child Abuse, Domestic Violence, PTSD And More – Part 2

By Tom North, author of True North: The Shocking Truth About “Yours, Mine and Ours” Continued from part 1 of this article….. In my own experience, and in the experience…

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Meditation: Healing The Scars From Child Abuse, Domestic Violence, PTSD And More – Part 1

By Tom North, author of True North: The Shocking Truth About “Yours, Mine and Ours” Meditation saved my life. My father, Richard North, died in a Navy jet test flight…

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10 Helpful Tips To Prepare Your Child With Autism For School

By Pamela Bryson-Weaver, R.D.H, author of Living autism day.by.day With the school opening looming up ahead, the idea of transitioning your child with autism can prove to be daunting. Starting…

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How To Take Care Of Your Child Against Skin Infections?

By Brendon Buthello Children are more prone to the skin disorders than adults mainly because of their carefree attitude and as they lack medical knowledge. They tend to take the…

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4 Tips For Helping A Child Deal With Asthma – Part 2

By Lauren Hill Continued from part 1 of this article….. Know the Warning Signs The best way to deal with asthma, and especially an asthma attack, is to be aware…

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4 Tips For Helping A Child Deal With Asthma – Part 1

By Lauren Hill Children are naturally resilient and are often fully capable of dealing with whatever troubles are thrown their way, but dealing with a chronic illness like asthma can…

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Preparing Your Child For A New Sibling

By Adrienne Durkin The arrival of a new baby is a big transition for any family, and for a young child, welcoming a new sibling can be challenging. It is…

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How To Wean Your Child Off A Pacifier

If your child never took to his pacifier, consider yourself lucky. You see, it is no easy task to break the pacifier habit. Pacifiers, or binkies as they are often…

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