Week 03 of 2010

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THE DAILY FIND: Virus on a Doorknob

THE DAILY FIND: Virus on a Doorknob

How long does that little sucker stay dangerous? An hour? A day? What about on hands? Click below for the link.

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TIMEOUT! How To Do It Right

TIMEOUT! How To Do It Right

Timeout is a tried-and-true discipline method, but is it working for you?

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DAILY FIND: Tone It Down In The Kitchen

DAILY FIND: Tone It Down In The Kitchen

Message from your kids: “Just give us a simple meal, already!” Click below and skip the lavender infused chili paste.

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MAMAS ALERT: Graco Recalls Strollers

MAMAS ALERT: Graco Recalls Strollers

About 1.5 million Graco strollers have been recalled because they could pose a risk of fingertip amputations and lacerations to children.

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Can I Breast Feed My Friend’s Baby?

Last week my friend left her baby with me and was held up longer than expected. Can I breast feed a baby who’s not mine?

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DAILY FIND: More Kids Are Getting Vaccinated

DAILY FIND: More Kids Are Getting Vaccinated

Surprised? Given all the hoopla over possible side effects, we kind of were… Click below to find out what’s changed.

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If You’re Pregnant, Don’t Touch The Cat!

If You’re Pregnant, Don’t Touch The Cat!

That cute little kitty could be carrying a nasty infection…

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DAILY FIND: A Map of the Child

DAILY FIND: A Map of the Child

Darshak Sanghavi’s book, A Map of the Child: A Pediatrician’s Tour of the Body, combines expert storytelling and great info. Don’t miss this one!

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Name That Rash

Name That Rash

I’ll admit it. I hate rashes. They all look maddeningly alike, and have lots of possible causes. Take a look at some common ones and let’s identify what you’re seeing …

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Why Are 73% Of Kids Quitting Sports By Age 13?

Why Are 73% Of Kids Quitting Sports By Age 13?

When we moved to New York from California, my oldest child had just finished 9th grade. He was coming to a new high school and had his fears about fitting in and creating a life for himself in a place where everything was different. My husband and I worried quietly about how it might be […]

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