Mom’s Health

What to Eat to Lose Your Mommy Tummy

Pregnancy can be exciting and new. Your body is going through changes it never has before and sometimes that means packing on a few pounds that are hard to lose. As a new mom it can be frustrating trying to lose the extra baby fat while getting no sleep and feeling exhausted all the time. […]

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Three Reasons Moms are Addicted to the Internet

The Internet is not just for kids, or those in school who are doing research papers. The Internet is not just for businesses, or advertising, the Internet is also for moms, and moms are addicted. Moms love the Internet. Moms all over the place are addicted to the Internet, getting on it every day and […]

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Why Positive Body Image is Important

The way you see and feel about yourself is vital to your success and happiness. Attaining a positive body image is important in this process. There are many aspects of your life that are affected by your body image. In such a fast paced, busy world our body image is usually given the least amount […]

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Take A Day For Yourself

Moms are some of the busiest people in the world. Their job is literally twenty four hours a day seven days a week 365 days a year. From the moment that they become pregnant they are watching over something precious. It takes a lot of work. Especially since most women are great multi taskers and […]

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Remembering to Floss: Five Tips to Help You

Did you know flossing actually extends your life expectancy as well as keeps your mouth clean of bacterial infection? By flossing, you not only prevent gum disease—which has a list of health side effects as well—but you can prevent heart disease too. One sure way to tell if you have a bacterial infection in your […]

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Depression and Feeling Better – Part I

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Parenting is hard normally but if you are depressed as well then it is much harder than it should be. In my Parents Anonymous Group, depression touched many of our lives from time to time. Many of our members dealt with very difficult, stressful situations that occasionally felt hopeless. In our group we shared our […]

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