Health Tips: Postpartum Tummy Support

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Belly wraps are also known as abdominal binders and maternity belts. They have actually been around for a long time, according to Donnica Moore, MD, president of the Sapphire Women’s Health Group in Far Hills, N.J. and an author of Women’s Health for Life. Jay Goldberg, MD, an obstetrician/gynecologist in Beverly Hills, Calif., says, “with […]

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Top Three Areas for Childproofing Your Home

A home is supposed to be a safe haven, a place that everyone comes to and feels comfortable and at ease. It may surprise you to know that this safe haven is the one place that can prove to be very harmful for your child if you have not ensured that the place is properly […]

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Education Tips: Tech Tools for College Kids

Communication is a vital part of parenting and the key to building solid relationships with your children. With my youngest son studying abroad, in London to be exact, this article by Family Features struck a “must share” chord! We communicated mostly through Skype. It was free and fit his budget perfectly! The college kids need […]

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Education Tips:Raising an Eager Reader

In my humble opinion, reading is one of the most important educational activities to encourage children to partake in. This article, produced by Family Features, has some great insights and ideas to help children become eager to read. Enjoy! Parents are looking for ways to get their kids back into the learning mode. Making education […]

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Momia Moment:The Family Dentist

Mothers know the importance of oral hygiene and finding a reputable, conscientious doctor or dentist can sometimes be a difficult task. My youngest son had inherited my under bite however the pediatric dentist never noticed the improper positioning until the second teeth where completely grown in. This was very upsetting to me as I assumed […]

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Health Tips:Teething Trouble

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While new parents look forward to milestones in their infants’ lives, teething can sometimes feel more like a millstone. Here are some common questions parents ask about teething with common sense solutions. Quick Facts about Teething * Baby’s first teeth generally arrive between six and eight months. Most children will have all twenty of their […]

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Money Talks – Involve the Children

Worried about money? Many, if not most of us, are economizing these days to make up for higher gas and food prices as well as lay offs and pay cuts. Parents are often reluctant to talk about money to their children. We all want to spare our kids from the worries of life. We don’t […]

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