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7 Tips to Help Kids with Spring Allergies

Parenting

It never fails – as soon as March comes around, I begin an endless cycle of sneezing, sniffling, and coughing. Sadly, so do my kids. They were both blessed with the gift of seasonal allergies thanks to genetics. They honestly didn’t have much of a chance – according to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of […]

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Real Mom Talk: 5 Tips for Helping Your Toddler with Constipation

Parenting

When our children are babies, it’s so easy to keep track of their digestive health and help them when they’re having issues. As much as parents joke about the horrors of changing babies’ diapers, the truth is that when your baby is an infant, his or her diaper is one of the best indicators as […]

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4 Over-the-Counter Treatments to Relieve Flu Symptoms

life

Whenever I feel the sniffles coming on, especially when I know it’s “flu season,” a small part of me always wonders if it’s the flu (while simultaneously hoping it’s not). It’s so incredibly hard to know if it’s a cold or if it’s the flu, particularly with those very early symptoms, until you either feel […]

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6 Tips for Preventing Dry Skin This Winter

Women

It doesn’t seem to matter how much I moisturize, when there is colder, dry air, my hands inevitably start to dry out and even crack. This is the second year in a row it’s happened to me, which is a testament to the fact that things change as we age – this wasn’t an issue […]

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Taking Care of Yourself in the New Year

life

As 2014 gets underway, I’m sure many of you have made New Year’s Resolutions or goals for the year, some of which surely include taking better care of yourself. As busy parents, it’s easy to overlook our own health, since we’re focused on caring for our children, managing our households, and ensuring our work is […]

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