Posted 7:27 PM 11/20/2013
I have never been a beauty pageant kind of girl.
My problem with pageants is that I believe we should celebrate our differences, not judge each other by a standard of perfection created by others.
A recent story made me stop and think. I have never seen a disabled (More)
Posted 10:35 PM 10/24/2013
A new study, published in JAMA Pediatrics reports that "infants who are bottle fed are more likely than breastfed babies to develop a type of stomach obstruction that results in projectile vomiting and won't get better without surgery" NBC reported.
The second risk factor? If the (More)
Posted 1:35 AM 10/24/2013 by Brandi Woolf, bloomdaisy, Green Mom
I have a love/hate relationship with Halloween candy. I love the way the initial taste of chocolate peanut butter explodes in my mouth in yummy candy love. I hate how I feel 5, 10, 20 pieces later.
You see, I don't eat that kind of food. Nor do my kids. We're chocolate snobs. If I'm (More)
Posted 10:36 PM 10/9/2013
Once your baby is delivered you are so happy and relieved, that often you don't think about all the tests the hospital is running on your newborn.
Depending on the state in which you live, it depends on what tests are given.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimate (More)
Posted 5:34 PM 9/24/2013
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When: Sunday, September 29, 2013Time: 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.Where: My Gym, 5773 N. Academy (More)
Posted 11:39 PM 9/16/2013
This week the Centers for Disease Control announced that they have three super bugs on their radar as a threat to the US.
Long have moms like us worried about our kids becoming resistant to antibiotics, and more super bugs threatening our families and lives.
Posted 11:20 PM 9/16/2013
With kids now settling into school, everyone is getting comfortable and their true colors are coming out. We may see our children as shy or smart or bossy, but they may come across very differently in their classroom. Spending time with peers in a classroom is much different than with siblings or (More)
Posted 11:16 PM 9/9/2013
Overweight and Anorexic?
According to a new Pediatrics paper, overweight and obese children and teens who lose weight are at significant risk for developing eating disorders, but their symptoms are often overlooked. It raises questions about the formal criteria used for diagnosing eating (More)
Posted 8:38 PM 9/2/2013
New research from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows that 59 percent of your child's diet has food choices full of added-sugar calories.
Two-thirds of the sugars are being eaten at home and not at school or daycare.
We all know to avoid sugary sodas and candies but (More)
Posted 12:12 AM 8/29/2013 by Georgia Maxwell - Blog Cont.
Kids as young as eight can successfully wear contact lenses based on a study by Ohio State University. That's good news for your tween son who desperately wants contacts because he doesn't like how he looks in glasses and wants to play sports without constantly pushing his glasses up on his nose (More)
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