Diarrhea, what to feed your kid?

  • Posted on Nov 12, 2019

For decades, doctors have recommended that adults and children suffering from diarrhea resort to the BRAT diet while recovering. BRAT is an acronym for bananas, rice, applesauce and toast, a bland diet of easy-to-digest food.

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Common Pediatric Parasomnias

  • Posted on Oct 28, 2019

Having a 2.5 year old I have now been able to experience some of these sleep parasomnias first hand. Sadly they can be scary and not fun to see your child go through, but are

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Pouch Problems

  • Posted on Sep 13, 2019

Those of you with little’s have quickly notice that most of the jarred baby food have been replaced by pouches in the grocery store. Now don’t get me wrong, when in a rush or on

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The Curse of Sweet Drinks

  • Posted on Sep 13, 2019

Diet drinks aren’t saving kids any calories. In a recent study of 7,000 children, researchers found no difference in total daily calorie intake between kids that drink low-calorie beverages (such as diet sodas) and the

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Stay at home children

  • Posted on Sep 5, 2019

On school days, one in three adolescents comes home to a house with no adult present. Police departments call the hours between 2 PM and 8 PM “crime time,” because more than half of all

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Poop Fails

  • Posted on Aug 6, 2019

So I’ve been reading “Oh Crap, Potty Training” by Jamie Glowaki, great book to read before you start potty training your child by the way. My husband was ready to start potty training this summer,

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  • Posted on Jun 25, 2019

It’s needed for the rejuvenation of our mind and body. Everyone needs between 7-9 hours of sleep a night, with kids and teens needing more due to growth. Good sleep allows for better efficiency with

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