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How much salt in a child’s diet is too much? Salt in Diets Lately we’re hearing a lot about the fact that there is too much salt in our diets, with children averaging between 2000 and [...]
What every parent needs to know about food allergies. Food Allergies It’s estimated that one in fifty children suffer from a peanut allergy. Food allergies including ones to peanuts can trigger an allergic response that include [...]
A look at what many have called “the kissing disease”. Mononucleosis. Mononucleosis Mononucleosis has often been called the kissing disease, probably because it’s spread through saliva. It most commonly affects older kids and teens, but kissing [...]
Why you’ll want to consider getting your child a flu shot this fall. Flu Vaccine With autumn well upon us, so too is the flu season. Every year there are new flu strains or a variant [...]
A few tips on how to treat and not treat your child’s cold or flu virus. Cold and Flu Medicines With autumn here, children are spending a lot more time indoors, and that means those cold [...]
A look at why the chicken pox vaccination is worth it for your child effort. Chicken Pox Just a generation ago, having chickenpox was pretty much a passage of childhood. Now, with the chicken pox vaccine, [...]
Why good day cares provide more than a fun and safe environment. Daycare Food When you’re a working parent with young children, daycare takes on a whole new meaning. It’s why spending several hours checking out [...]
A look at finding after school childcare solutions for the older kid. Latchkey Kids As working parents, after school childcare can be difficult to find, and expensive. An option for some families is having their child [...]
Today’s Family Friendly Employers. Today’s Employers At one time, finding an employer who was sensitive to the needs of parents was pretty difficult. Fortunately, not so much anymore. Today many employers are very family friendly explains [...]
A look at what kids begin to learn when they’re in kindergarten. Kindergarten & Reading Once children enter kindergarten, many kids begin to learn to read. Granted it won’t be War and Peace, but they will [...]
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