2008  December  Baby Health Advice

2008 December Baby Health Advice

Another Allergy Friendly State!Back in May you might have seen my colleagues entry on allergy legislation that would require restaurants in the state of Massachusetts to notify people of possible allergens in their food while dining out. New Hampshire is the next state to jump on this allergy-free bandwagon.

Sen. Lou DAllesandro (D-NH) is in the […]

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Q and A of the Day: Are melamine plates safe?Q. With all this talk about Chinese formula being tainted with melamine, I’m a little leary of using my melamine plates. Are they safe?A. With melamine in the news, no doubt many parents wonder about other melamine products. I have.

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Fitness as a Means of Developing Youth AthletesThere are many factors that make up a quality athlete. Some factors are unchangeable genetic factors. Others require years of work on skills and knowledge of the sport.

Strollers Deprive Infants of ContactA recent study shows that strollers that face away from parents inhibit interaction between parents and babies.

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Creating Balance In A Child’s Life

The Recruiting Process: How to Protect and Help Your AthleteHighly visible sought-after recruits receive heavy attention from college coaches, the media, boosters, and others that can make the recruiting process very straining on the recruit, their family, and even the high school coach.

FuzziBunz Cloth Diaper DetergentFuzziBunz new pocket diaper detergent is biodegradable and residue-free to […]

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Lets face it, kids are picky. This fact alone makes packing five lunches a week a tough task! And if your little one has food allergies, youve got it a little harder. But dont fret. With a little planning, you can whip up a great bagged lunch in no time.

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A Fresh Look At Schooling: The Role Of Competition (Part 1 of 3)Competition in schools is used as a method to motivate students. However, competition is not a very effective academic motivator, particularly for young students at the elementary and middle school level; if it was, we would have more students experiencing success.

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Have a peanut, kid.The latest study on peanut allergies found something very revealing: Israeli children who got their first taste of peanuts between 8EUR

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Real Moms Discussing Real Food Allergies

Real Moms Discussing Real Food Allergies

Abc.com recently held a great roundtable for the EUR

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A Fresh Look At Schooling: The Role of Grades (Part 3 of 3)

Allergy-Safe Classroom Parties For KidsGina Clowes is the founder of AllergyMoms.com. We would like to thank her for guest blogging for us and sharing her family’s allergy story.

Note: This article was originally written for Health Central: My AllergyNetwork.com. To view the article there, click here.

Although there is a lot of attention on peanut-free tables and […]

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