Family Health

A Look at Various Potty Training Techniques

There are many stories out there about parents who successfully potty train their children before the age of two or even younger&#33 Other parents may tell you that their potty training experience was effortless. Regardless of whether or not these tales are true, they can be discouraging to say the least. The truth of the […]

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Nutrition at School

It is becoming increasingly difficult to provide children with healthy foods, especially for those school aged children. Providing nutrition at school has not become a hot topic and schools’ are beginning to change menus, and provide more eating options for children. School’s that provide breakfast and lunch have been hit hard with what they are […]

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5 Savvy Suggestions for Cleaning Green

The following are five great green cleaning tips: Plants: Just like every other part of your home, the air in your home needs to be cleaned. You can invest in an expensive electric air filtration system or you can use plants for natural air filtration. English Ivy, spider plants, and Boston ferns are all natural […]

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Why You Need to Talk to Your Kids About Alcohol

Many people decide to just let the school handle the important talks. It is a huge mistake. Children are often influenced by friends and people on television instead of the people who are supposed to be teaching them. You are the person who is supposed to handle all the important talks in your child’s life. […]

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Ensure Your Child’s Nutritious Choices Away From Home

Today’s children are becoming more accustomed to eating out. With the demand of sports teams, school programs, school meals, and parents running here and there to get their kids everywhere they need to be, it’s very difficult to cook (let alone eat) well balanced meals. So, in such a fast paced world what can you […]

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What is Attachment Parenting?

Attachment parenting is a phrase that was coined by pediatrician William Sears. This is a method of parenting that is based on the principles of the attachment theory in developmental psychology. According to this theory, a strong emotional bond with parents during childhood, (which is also known as a secure attachment), is a determinant of […]

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