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Is My Child Ready For Preschool?

Posted on 07 April 2011 in Parenting

Is there really an ideal age on when a child should attend preschool? With kids developing at varying rates, how will you know if your child is ready? For some parents, they prefer to start their child with preschool at an early age because they feel that preschool is more beneficial as compared to having […]

How to Organize a Fun Easter Egg Hunt

Posted on 03 April 2011 in Fun & Games

Hiding Easter eggs is something families and many communities do to give the children something fun to look forward to. If you’ve ever wondered about how to organize a fun Easter egg hunt, keep reading. You’ll find the answers you need here. Who will you invite? If you’re planning a neighborhood Easter egg hunt, you’ll […]

Does My Child Have ADHD?

Posted on 31 March 2011 in Health & Safety, Parenting

The world is a child’s biggest playground. When a child makes his first step, it marks the beginning of a lifetime of exploration. Children, especially younger ones, would never waste their day just lounging around because they have so many skills to master and even more things to explore. But when your child just can’t […]

Is It Safe To Feed Your Baby With Donated Breast Milk?

Posted on 25 March 2011 in Health & Safety

There has been a lot of debate on the use of donated breast milk as a readily available recourse for preemies and for other sick babies in or out of the hospital. Made up of just the right amount of vitamins, protein and fat, it provides babies with complete nutrition, unparalleled by any other commercially […]

5 Tips On How To Deal With An Angry and Frustrated Child

Posted on 23 March 2011 in Parenting

Anger and frustration are among the most common emotions that kids feel in any given day. Kids can become angry and frustrated when they don’t get their way, or when their efforts fall short of accomplishing a task. When a child feels neglected, he may also feel angry and frustrated because he feels that his […]

8 Aggressive Ways To Prevent UTI During Pregnancy

Posted on 19 March 2011 in Pregnancy & Labor

Urinary tract infection (UTI) is not an unusual issue for pregnant women. It is caused by bacteria that enters the urinary tract from the urethra or the bladder. Symptoms of UTI include frequent urination, incontinence, a burning feeling while urinating, presence of blood or mucous in the urine, pain in the bladder or lower abdomen […]

What You Need To Know About The IUD

Posted on 15 March 2011 in Health & Safety

One of the most popular and effective birth control methods today is the use of an IUD or an intrauterine device. It is a T-shaped plastic device that is inserted into a woman’s uterus to prevent pregnancy. There are two types of IUDs that are available in the United States – hormonal IUD and copper […]

Earthquake Safety Tips For Families

Posted on 13 March 2011 in Health & Safety

In as much as we’d like to predict when and where the next Big One will hit, we really can’t accurately tell the exact place and time so it’s best to come prepared. But in preparing for a natural disaster as unpredictable as an earthquake, we need to keep in mind that the groundwork for […]

How To Make Baby Bottles Last Longer

Posted on 11 March 2011 in Life and Time Management

Baby bottles are a necessity whether you choose to breastfeed or bottle feed your baby. There are a lot of choices when it comes to design and function when buying baby bottles but one of the most important things to consider is durability. The good kinds of feeding bottles can cost up to $7 or […]

What You Need To Know About The Birth Control Patch

Posted on 09 March 2011 in Health & Safety

If you feel that taking birth control pills on a daily basis is such a hassle, perhaps it’s worth considering the use of a birth control patch. For some women, this birth control option may not be too appealing because they are concerned whether it is really as effective in preventing pregnancy as compared to […]

The Truth Behind Birth Control Pills: How It Affects You

Posted on 08 March 2011 in Health & Safety

The use of birth control pills is a convenient and reliable method of preventing pregnancy. But despite its proven effectiveness, some women are still unsure whether the use of oral contraceptives is safe. For some women, they choose to believe on birth control myths because they have disturbingly lingered despite the fact that these pills […]

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