Heading outside to play, or do just about anything, isn’t quite as easy during the winter as it is during the summer. Let’s face it: it’s colder, there’s less sunshine, and there aren’t as many people willing to go outside and join us. However, this should not stop us from heading outdoors and taking advantage… Read More Staying Active in the Winter
The proper term is epistaxis, but we’re all familiar with them as “nosebleeds,” even if they haven’t happened to us personally. Why do they occur? How do they occur? What can be done about them? And most importantly, does it necessitate a doctor’s visit? We’ll try and have all these questions answered for you. Because… Read More Nosebleeds
It may not seem like a common occurrence, but toy recalls do happen for one reason or another. While some toys may be defective, there are times when your child’s health is at risk. Chemicals in the paint or pieces in the structure can go unnoticed before a toy is released. It is important to… Read More Toy Recalls
These days, it is commonplace to find one’s pre-teen or teenager spending a lot of time on a smart device of some sort, whether it be a cell phone, tablet, or mp3 player. It keeps them entertained and connected with friends, but can it also keep them healthy? An app called The Eatery has been… Read More Can an App Help Improve Eating Habits?
Insomnia affects a lot more people today than ever before. It actually affects a lot more people in every age group. You’ve probably seen or heard commercials advertising medications or supplements to help induce better sleep. We know that some people can be adverse to these kinds of medicines, so we’re here to offer some… Read More Trouble Sleeping?
Opinions surely differ on how to speak to an infant, and the choice is always yours, but we’d like to explain why some methods have been more popular throughout time and what purposes they serve. Recent outspoken parents have tried to popularize the idea that speaking to an infant just as you would to another… Read More Speaking to Your Baby: Parent-ese