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Caffeine and the Aware Parent

Caffeine and the Aware Parent   From toddlers to teens we need to be concerned about what choices our children are making when they’re thirsty. Even noncarbonated drinks, such as fruit drinks, ades, iced teas, etc., are adding empty calories to our children’s diets every year. So, what are our

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Childhood Obesity and the Aware Parent

Childhood Obesity and the Aware Parent By Claudia Anrig, D.C.   Whether you’re dropping your child off at school, walking through the amusement park or mall, or just wandering down the aisle at the local grocery store, you can’t help but notice the rise in childhood obesity.  What was once

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The Well-Balanced Child

The Well-Balanced Child Every parent wants to raise the perfect child: healthy, happy, loved and respected with high achievements and even higher goals.  We want our children to “have the things we didn’t have” and to achieve their dreams.  This is all well and good, unless we become so focused

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Car Seats And Your Childs Safety

Car Seats & Your Child’s Safety   Any parent with a newborn, infant, toddler or preschooler knows about car seats.  They’re the necessary evil that comes with any automobile trip, whether it’s a short jaunt to the grocery store or a three hour drive to visit relatives, the child restraint

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