3 Tips For Feeding Your Toddler

Posted on: 23 June 2018

Most parents work hard to provide their children with nutritious, well-balanced meals. However, kids often have a different idea when it comes to what they're willing to eat. Toddlers, in particular, are notoriously picky, leaving parents to beg their pediatrician for answers on how to get them to eat. Here are three tips to help you navigate the waters of food, "Terrible Twos," and setting your children up for a healthy relationship with both food and you.
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Wound Care And How To Tell If You Need Stitches

Posted on: 4 May 2018

Accidents can happen at any moment, but some are much more serious than others. Some may require medical attention, and some injuries may be able to be dealt with at home. Either way, you should know how to care for a wound and how to tell if you need medical attention or even stitches. Read on for wound care tips and how to tell if you need stitches or should seek medical attention.
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4 Tips All Adults Should Follow To Preserve Their Hearing

Posted on: 3 April 2018

As you grow older, you have probably noticed some of your friends or family members losing their hearing or getting hearing aids. You probably want to avoid having the same thing happen to you. While there are many possible causes of hearing loss, and not all of them are under your control, there are certainly a few things you can do to reduce your risk of losing your hearing as you age.
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Family Planning? 3 Things You Should Do Before The Baby Comes

Posted on: 6 March 2018

Planning a family is an exciting, but also a scary time. You may have fears about your finances, about being a parent, or just afraid of the everyday changes that are coming. Taking care of a baby does take a lot of work and may put a dent in your finances, but that tiny bundle is a miracle. You'll adjust your finances and your schedules, and one day you'll wonder what you did with your time before the baby came.
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