Week 10 of 2010

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Do You “Feel” Me, Dawg?

Do You “Feel” Me, Dawg?

What happens when you let your fingers do the talking? Big stuff! Read on …

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DAILY FIND: Protect Those Ears

DAILY FIND: Protect Those Ears

IMPORTANT! Hearing loss begins when we assault the tiniest ears with too many decibels, and Drew Brees of the New Orleans Saints knows it.

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DAILY FIND: Acupuncture Eases Depression in Pregnancy

DAILY FIND: Acupuncture Eases Depression in Pregnancy

A new study shows promise for relief without meds.

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I Want Another Baby But My Husband’s Not So Sure.

Dear Mamas, We can’t agree and I’m running out of patience. I’m tempted to stick a pin in the diaphragm….

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DAILY FIND: Protect Your Babies From BPA

DAILY FIND: Protect Your Babies From BPA

Worried about the dangers of BPA in plastics for your family? Find out how to protect your gang with these folate-rich foods.

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DAILY FIND: Pampered Pregnancy

DAILY FIND: Pampered Pregnancy

10 wonderful ways to treat the mom-to-be (YOU!). Don’t miss a single one.

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Six-Year-Old Snags Dream Job

Six-Year-Old Snags Dream Job

This kid knows how to think big and go after what he wants, even if he is only in first grade.

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DAILY FIND: CDC’s 2010 Immunization Schedule

DAILY FIND: CDC’s 2010 Immunization Schedule

Each year the CDC prints out a new immunization schedule for the whole family. Here’s the latest.

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Orthorexia. Is Healthy Food Eating YOU?

I just discovered there’s a name for a condition that’s been floating around for some time now.  It’s called orthorexia, and it’s an obsession with healthy eating that’s gotten out of control and taken over your life. Yes, folks, we know we’ve been writing post after post about the risks of overweight, and the too-much-junk-food […]

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Stranger Danger

Stranger Danger

It feels like a scary world out there, but there ARE ways to make it safer and clue them in without pushing the anxiety meter over the top!

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