Archive | September, 2009

How To Choose The Right Pet For Your Family

Posted on 28 September 2009 by

Owning a pet is a wonderful learning experience for a child. It teaches them job responsibility, and how to care for another living thing. Before you get a pet for your child, however, be aware that even though your child may promise that they’ll look after their pet, you’ll more than likely bear the brunt […]

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The “Who Is Harder To Raise: Boys or Girls” Giveaway

Posted on 28 September 2009 by

About the product: One lucky individual will win a $10 Gift Card to Babies R Us. Are you eligible? Anyone with a valid email and U.S. mailing address. How can I win? Leave a comment below and let us know who you think are harder to raise, boys or girls, and why.  One random person […]

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Summer Fitness & Health Tip: Warming Up and Stretching

Posted on 27 September 2009 by

Summer’s in full swing! It’s a time when the entire family is active doing everything from biking to swimming to tennis. You may even be trying new physical activities, like hiking and a pickup baseball game now and then. To get you off on the right foot, here are some helpful ideas. Try them together […]

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Ouch! I’m Sunburned! (Body Fact #5)

Posted on 27 September 2009 by

A short article about sun safety for the young man or woman in your life. Summer’s here! Whether you’re riding your bike, running errands with your mom, or just heading to the pool for the afternoon, this is the time of year when the sun is its hottest. Every time you step outside, its ultraviolet […]

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Health Risks From Your Pet: Dog, Cat, and Bird Lovers Beware

Posted on 25 September 2009 by

Pets enhance our lives in many ways. It isn’t surprising though, that having a pet can also have adverse effects on our well being. Fortunately this isn’t common. Dogs and cats are the worst offenders. Our beloved four legged family members can carry fleas, and these little parasites aren’t fussy; they’re just as happy to […]

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How To Stop Bed-Wetting In Older Children

Posted on 25 September 2009 by

When a toilet trained child suddenly wets the bed, it is just common for parents to worry. But before you panic, it’s important to remember that young and even older kids may wet the bed at some point. Generally, kids attain night time bladder control at different stages. But if your child is 5 years […]

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Allergies in Children and Your Pets

Posted on 21 September 2009 by

Research indicates that the incidence of allergies in children is increasing from year to year. This includes allergies to pets. A large percentage of households now include a family member who is allergic to animals. Children can be allergic to all of the common pet species – birds, dogs, cats and small mammals such as […]

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Should You Bribe Your Kids?

Posted on 19 September 2009 by

I can still remember how my parents used to bribe me with a treat if I’d wait patiently for them while they make their hospital rounds. As a parent, I am also guilty of bribing my daughter just to get her to follow what I want. When rushing for school, I tell her that if […]

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What To Do When Your Child Lies

Posted on 05 September 2009 by

With their innocent and imaginative nature, young kids resort to lying for a variety of reasons. When confronted, they can come up with clever reasons just to protect themselves from any agreed punishment. For these kids, it may not always be their intention to deceive their parents. Sometimes they may just find themselves in circumstances […]

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