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Six Steps to Cure Your Baby’s Reflux and Colic

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Colic or reflux is characterized by prolonged crying, spitting up after feeding, arching the back, rumbling tummy, and expulsion of gas. Symptoms tend to be worse in the evening, after eating, and when lying down. Often these symptoms begin two to three weeks after birth and can persist for several months or sometimes even longer. […]

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Encourage Children to Become Experts

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Success Children love to succeed, especially in activities they find compelling. That experience of success creates a desire for exploration and further discoveries. And eventually those successes lead to a level of expertise that is especially rewarding. The fuel that paves the path to expertise is passion. Talents Every child has particular innate skills and […]

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Teething

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First colic, now teething. When will it stop? Some parents may wonder when they will finally see a full-time happy, contented baby. Other parents have no experience at all with fussiness. Some fussy baby symptoms reflect the individual child’s temperament. All children have their own styles of behavior, and these styles have been categorized. The […]

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Fats and oils for children’s health

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Children need fats. Low-fat foods can create fatty-acid deficiencies. Children especially need saturated fats and cholesterol to maintain healthy tissues and healthy cell membranes. Cholesterol and saturated fats from breast milk, organic eggs, cream, coconut oil, and meats are essential parts of your child’s diet. Children also need omega-3 fats for brain development. Breast milk […]

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Food Guidelines for Children

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  Nutrition is a cornerstone of disease prevention and maintenance of good health in children. Here are some guidelines for children’s diets. Choose the most nutritious foods you can. Focus on fruits, veggies, whole grains, and protein sources. Avoid toxic exposure and highly sweetened foods. Maintain a variety. Children may thwart these well-designed principles. They […]

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Parenting Style for Babies

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Attachment parenting practices are based on the assumption and philosophy that a close relationship between you and your baby will result in a secure and confident child. Close means that you keep your baby close to your body nearly all the time. Attachment parenting implies three principles concerning the way you attend to your baby, […]

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Children: Organic Foods and Pesticides

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Pesticides Pesticides pose several risks to children. They cause physical symptoms, mental impairment, hormone disruption, and increase the risk of developing cancer. Physical symptoms of pesticide exposure include respiratory problems and asthma, headaches, nausea, skin rashes, genetic damage linked to neurological disorders, and impaired immune function. Mental symptoms include disorientation, attention problems, and fatigue. Several […]

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ADHD: Benefits, Causes and Holistic Treatments

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Attention problems have become an apparent epidemic. Why are so many kids diagnosed with ADD and ADHD today? Why are so many kids routinely prescribed medication with potentially harmful side effects for these issues? The subject of attention is a huge field. I will try to summarize some of the main issues from the perspective […]

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What’s Important for Your Kids?

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Communicating with children is not always the easiest task for parents. Some kids are talkative and chatty, but many are guarded and answer your questions in monosyllables. Here’s a suggestion that might get them engaged. Give them a survey a couple of times a year. Ask what interests them and where they would like to […]

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