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Cold And Flu Season Is Coming! Is Your Home Ready?

Cold and flu season is coming up fast. You’ve prepped your kids with hand-washing techniques, you’ve taught them proper sneezing etiquette, and you’ve taken them to get their flu shots. But how prepped is your house? To help keep the germs at bay throughout the fall, here are a few cold and flu-fighting materials to Read more about Cold And Flu Season Is Coming! Is Your Home Ready?[…]

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Nail Biting Vs. Thumb Sucking: Which Is Worse For Your Child?

Many people have bad habits, but some bad habits can be problematic for your health. Two of the most common habits seen in kids are thumb sucking and nail biting. Both nail biting and thumb sucking have been proven to help expose kids to weakened allergens at an early age, which helps to reduce their Read more about Nail Biting Vs. Thumb Sucking: Which Is Worse For Your Child?[…]

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4 Things That Will Keep Your Child Healthy This School Year And 1 Thing That Won’t

The kids are headed back to school and allergy season is nearly over. Unfortunately, the war between your child and germs has only just begun. Germs go where people go, which makes your child’s school a breeding ground for bacteria. That doesn’t mean your kids can’t be ready for battle. Here are four things your Read more about 4 Things That Will Keep Your Child Healthy This School Year And 1 Thing That Won’t[…]

What Are Common Children’s Dental Problems I Need To Watch Out For?

Your child’s teeth haven’t been in their mouth for very long. But they still face many of the same dental issues as grown adults. It’s important not only to take your child to the dentist as soon as their first teeth come in. But it’s also important that you keep an eye on their teeth Read more about What Are Common Children’s Dental Problems I Need To Watch Out For?[…]

Not Just The Teeth: How Thumb Sucking Can Impact Your Child’s Growth

For young children, thumb sucking is a normal form of oral stimulation that provides comfort. It also reduces the risk of allergy development. In fact, 95% of babies suck their thumbs on reflex. But once your child has reached the age of three or four, it may be in their best interest to start deterring Read more about Not Just The Teeth: How Thumb Sucking Can Impact Your Child’s Growth[…]