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Parenting Tips

By tony

Parenting Tips for Infants Having a baby is one of the most exciting times in your life but when all of that excitement wears off it can be overwhelming and even scary. Learning how to parent an infant is going to take practice. It is important to remember that no two infants are alike so […]

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How to boost confidence – In Your Child

By tony

How to Increase Self Confidence in Your Kids   Having self confident kids in today’s world is quite the challenge. Everywhere you look there are images of what “beauty” is considered to be.  Sadly most of these images are of body shapes and looks that are just not obtainable by the majority of the population.  […]

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Getting Your Kids to Eat Fruits & Veggies

By tony

The media is always reminding parents about the prevalence of obesity in young children. Not only is daily activity and exercise a necessary component, but so is eating healthy. One of the most important food groups is vegetables, which provide kids with much-needed nutrients and antioxidants. It also happens to be the least favorite food […]

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Could children from the UK learn from Japan to reduce obesity

By tony

‘OBESE UK SHOULD LEARN FROM JAPAN’ British kids are the most overweight in Western Europe, but in Japan, childhood obesity is rare. Dr C says in the current issue of Closer that we can learn a lesson on keeping our children healthy. British kids are the most overweight in Western Europe, but in Japan, childhood […]

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Potty Training A Toddler

By tony

Must Ask Questions For Anyone Potty Training A Toddler If you are thinking about starting to potty train your toddler, there are a few questions you should ask yourself before you begin potty training. Being well prepared for this challenging transition from diapers to potty is one of the best things you can do to […]

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Children and water

By tony

“Safety First” Tips For Water Fun There may be few better ways to spend a hot day than at the beach, lake, water park or swimming pool but amid all the fun and games it is important to put safety first. Learning to swim and be safe in and around the water are important survival […]

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Childhood obesity and nutrition

By tony

According to obesity researchers, the United States obesity rate has more than doubled for preschoolers and adolescents-and more than tripled for ages 6 to 11-over the past 30 years. Obese children are at greater risk for health problems such as diabetes and heart disease, and often carry these problems into adulthood. So, how do parents […]

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Adopted Babies

By tony

Breast Feeding Adopted Babies Not only is breast feeding an adopted baby easy, the chances are that you will produce a large amount of milk. It isn’t complicated to do,  although it is different than breast feeding a baby you have been pregnant with for 9 months. Breast feeding and milk There are two objectives […]

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Breast Or Bottle Feeding

By tony

Bottle  Or Breast  Feeding– Which Is Best There are lots of decisions to make when there’s a baby on the way. One of the most controversial is the ever raging “breast or bottle” debate. There are many people who have strong feelings on both sides of this issue, and many of them will try like […]

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Breastfeeding My Baby

By tony

Breastfeeding: Where Do I Start? Congratulations you have a new baby! Having a new baby is hard enough but when you choose to breastfeed you sometimes feel that you made this experience even harder. How Breast Milk Is Made If you’ve every been pregnant or if you are pregnant now, you’ve probably noticed a metamorphisis […]

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