September 2014

6 Ways to Successfully Introduce the Bottle to a Breastfed Baby

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As much as you love that squirmy, pink bundle of joy that is currently slumbering peacefully in your arms, by the end of your child’s first week of life, you’re feeling physically and emotionally drained, especially if you’re breastfeeding. You would love to allow someone else the joy of feeding your newborn, so that you […]

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Is Your Daughter Ready for Her First Gynecological Visit?

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Thirty years ago puberty was something that happened in adolescence. But today, the rate of precocious puberty—the development of secondary sex characteristics before age 8—is on the rise, according to a study by the National Institutes of Health. Girls are maturing earlier than ever before, which means parents need to know the signs of puberty […]

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