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This Inherited Trait is Hard on Parent and Child – Here’s How We Can Help

  There has been a noticeable cultural shift in recent decades that seems to equate dedication to detail and non-stop work as positive character traits. Americans, especially, push themselves to work harder and longer than any other culture, often to the detriment of the family. But one trait that is […]

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In A Culture of Pressure and Productivity, Kids Need To Learn When to Quit

  Now more than ever, we’re living in a time of pressure, of a push for productivity, that often leads to burnout. And then there’s the unspoken rule in our culture that seems to lead us to believe that giving up on something means failing at it. But that’s not […]

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Better Start Thinking About Your Post-Workout Diet If You Want That Workout To Count

You finally did it! You have conquered a workout routine despite the busy mornings of spilled milk and a thousand requests from children before you have a chance to finish a cup of coffee. But now you are watching and waiting for those results to kick in like the before […]

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Telehealth Is New And Intimidating – But It Doesn’t Have To Be

It used to be when your child had a cough, suspicious fever, or weird rash you would take them to the pediatrician for an exam. Well, not anymore. With the rising digital age, modern advancements in medical equipment, and prevalence of deadly viruses, telehealth is the new normal for checking […]

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Studies Are Connecting a Chronic Childhood Illness With Some Surprising Factors

  It is never easy to hear that your child has a chronic illness, even if there are treatments that provide good quality of life. As medical technology advances, so too does our understanding about how we can prevent and treat different conditions in order to lay the foundation for […]

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Studies On Natural Immune Responses Provide Hope For Pandemic’s Eventual End

  As families all over the world continue to grapple with the effects of the Coronavirus pandemic, scientists and the medical community are working to understand the body’s response to the virus. Eventually, everyone will have to get back to the same routines and activities as we participated in pre-pandemic […]

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Feeling Depressed? Consider Taking Up A New Hobby

  With all the craziness in the world these days, many moms are finding themselves feeling blue or out of sorts. While it can be tempting to focus on all the bad happening around us, studies show having an active hobby can help reduce depression in a major way. However, […]

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It’s Time America Wakes Up To The Inaccuracies Of WHO

  The World Health Organization, commonly known as the WHO, is part of the United Nations and is supposedly the leaders in international public health. Globalists have long held a lot of weight into their opinion and direction, and matters concerning the coronavirus have been no different. But this time […]

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4 Fun Ways To Keep Your Blood Pressure Down

  Stress and parenthood go hand-in-hand. That is why maintaining choices to alleviate stress is essential. Sure, you can lock yourself in a bathroom until the kids decide to stop screaming, but do you really want to come back out to the entire bag of sugar dumped onto the kitchen […]

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6 Foods That Are The Enemy Of A Flat Tummy

  Looking in the mirror in the morning and then again in the evening can feel like a Jekyll and Hyde situation. Our stomachs are much slimmer without the daily offenders we put in our diet. So if you want to keep that tummy from fighting our button then stay […]