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Why is My Baby Crying?

There are few things more distressing to new parents than to hear the plaintive crying of their infant. Besides being deeply upsetting, constant worrying over the cause of the crying itself can make a ...
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5 Ways for Families to Survive Daylight Saving Time

Your darling child goes to bed a sweet angel, then wakes up the next morning cranky, grumpy and fussy. It seems like your kid has changed overnight--and there may be some truth to that, if it's ...
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Dissolvable Tobacco Looks Innocent, but It's Still Dangerous

When it comes to nicotine, everyone knows about the dangers of cigarettes, e-cigarettes and chewing tobacco. But what about the tablet that could pass for a breath mint, or the pack of what looks like ...
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On the Go with Baby? Follow These Stroller and Carrier Safety Tips

As a parent, you do all you can to keep your little one safe--and that should include something as simple as putting your baby in a carrier or taking your toddler for a walk in a stroller. That's ...
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5 Easy Ways to "Eat" Your Water

Hydration is important for your overall health, but there are other ways to get enough water. Here are five foods high in water that can help you avoid dehydration -- and make you look and feel your ...
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Is It a Cold or the Flu?

Expert Advice on How to Tell the Difference Between a Cold and the Flu, and How to Treat Each You feel sick, tired, and your nose is running. Are you coming down with a cold, or is it the flu? ...
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5 Ways to Have a Fun, and Healthy, Family Movie Night

The entire family is together for the night and you're looking for something to do that everyone can enjoy. A movie can make everybody happy--as long as you don't argue over what to watch or ...
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Share This: Parent Tips to Prevent Kids' Social Media Anxiety

It used to be that teens wanted to be liked by their peers. Now, they just want "likes." "Popularity has always been important for preteens and adolescents," says Maureen ...
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Teen Body Image

Many teens form an unrealistic mental image of what they think their body should look like based on what they see in the media, and this can result in an eating disorder or even body dysmorphia. ...
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Help Define "Healthy" on Food Labels

You're rushing through the grocery store on your way home from work, trying to get some shopping done for the week. You come across a box of cereal that has the word "healthy" emblazoned ...
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