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Preventing your child from getting discolored teeth from fluorosis. Kids Dental Care There’s nothing like tooth-brushing and flowing to keep children’s pearly whites white and cavity free. And according to pediatric dentist, Dr. Richard Cramer, the [...]
Tips for helping babies who experience teething discomfort. Teething Usually around 6 or 7 months babies cut their first tooth and by the time they’re three, most toddlers will have all 20 of their baby teeth. [...]
How to keep your baby’s pearly whites strong and healthy. Nursing Bottle Decay Once children start getting their teeth, parents need to think about their baby’s dental health. One thing that can cause damage to a [...]
How to teach children to think and act for themselves. Initiative Wish your child would take more initiative in life? Well, it’s understandable. People with initiative generally don’t wait for someone to tell them what to [...]
Why there’ more to raising kids who are respectful than meets the eye. How to Teach Respect to Children We all want a little respect, and as parents, many of us expect it from our children. [...]
Why teaching tolerance to our kids begins with examining ourselves. Raising Tolerant Children It takes all types of people to make this world go round. And simply because no two people are alike, and we all [...]
Creating Conscious in Kids. Creating Conscious in Kids We’ve all met those children and young people who are aware and caring about the world around them…and you may wonder how did they become so aware? Well, [...]
Can you teach kids to be more caring and empathic? How to Encourage Empathy There’s probably not a better trait that makes the world a better place than empathy. When we feel for others, we want [...]
How to teach children to think and act for themselves. How to Teach Initiative to Children Wish your child would take more initiative in life? Well, it’s understandable. People with initiative generally don’t wait for someone [...]
Peers vs. family. Who matters most? Teens, Peers & Family Once kids hit the preteen and teen years, their peer group seems to matter most. But Julie Ross, author of How to Hug a Porcupine says parents [...]
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