DHA: A Good Fat For Kids’ Diets

While the conversation about kids’ nutrition revolves around reducing fat, Dr. Holly Lucille, RN, ND, host of the Dr. Holly Lucille Show on www.RadioMD.com, suggests that adding one type of…

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The Parent’s Role In Child Development Programs

It’s no secret that a child’s education plays a significant role in her development during early childhood and is a determining factor in her success as an adult. Helping young…

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10 Reasons Outdoor Play Is Crucial To Healthy Child Development

The iconic image of the idyllic American childhood was, not so long ago, based around the idea of spending long summer days playing outside and exploring the neighborhood until the…

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10 Steps To Getting Your Child To Stay In His Own Bed

Families who are transitioning away from co-sleeping or even those who are new to dealing with a child who won’t stay in his own bed after moving to a toddler…

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4 Most Common Child Sleep Problems

By Rania Paula Psychologists and physicians estimated that almost 30% of children are suffering with sleep problems at some point during their childhood. Child sleep problems may affect both emotional…

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What To Do If Your Child Has An Asthma Attack At School

If getting a call from the school nurse can be unnerving, hearing that your child just had an asthma attack at school is downright terrifying. This especially holds true if…

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10 Tips For Handling A Sick Child Visit With Ease

Dealing with sick children is never easy, but it can get even tougher when you have to take them to the doctor. The doctor’s office is a big, intimidating place,…

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15 Wonderful Child Nutrition Tips

By Rania Paula Nowadays, kids are getting fascinated with chocolates, candy bars, junk foods like pizzas, burgers, etc. Many fast food stores are really attracting the children attention with different…

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Back To School Resolutions – For Parents

By Adelle Cadieux, PsyD Summer can be a very enjoyable time for families. With all the fun to be had, it also tends to be a time when families fall…

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Chronic Pain In Kids Up 831%. Whassup with that? – Part 2

By Kac Young PhD, N.D., DCH Continued from part 1 of this article….. For some kids, feelings of stress, frustration, helplessness, hurt, or anger can be overwhelming. And without a…

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