January 2010

The Truth About Vaccines

January 31, 2010

Vaccines are used by doctors to prevent potentially deadly diseases. Vaccines help a person’s body create antibodies against a disease without the person actually having to get the horrible disease. Even though vaccines sound like a wonderful development of modern medicine, some people are skeptical. Many times people are skeptical of vaccines because they do […]

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Flu Vaccines: The Myths and Facts

January 31, 2010

When it comes to vaccines, there are a lot of myths out there. Many people hear things about vaccines, either from friends, neighbors, coworkers, even celebrities on television, that just are not true. It is important for a person to know the facts about vaccines before they make a decision about whether or not their […]

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How to Teach Kids to Avoid Needing First Aid

January 31, 2010

There are so many imporant things you need to teach your children–if you are like me you know how difficult it is to try to get it all into their heads. One thing that kids really need to learn about is first aid. Very few of us think of our children as needing to assist […]

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Facts About Specific Childhood Vaccines

January 30, 2010

Vaccines are available to families today for parents to be able to keep their children safe from many of the deadly diseases that, throughout history, have claimed the lives of many young kids. Even though parents hear from many sources that they should make sure their child gets vaccinated, some parents do not know the […]

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The Best Parenting Style

January 30, 2010

There are four basic parenting styles that different characteristics of parenting fall under: Authoritarian, characterized by high demand and low responsiveness; Authoritative, characterized by high demand and high responsiveness; Permissive, characterized by low demand and high responsiveness; and Uninvolved, characterized by low demand and low responsiveness. The best of the various parenting styles if Authoritative, […]

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How to Teach Kids to Splint Broken Bones and Care for Cuts

January 30, 2010

Teaching kids how to do anything can be quite the chore. They rarely understand what you are talking about, and when they do they often don’t understand why it is important to learn about it. Many children like learning but if they catch even the slightest sniff of boredom they will turn away in an […]

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