9 Best Nursing Pajamas To Buy in 2019     Babies need to be fed at regular intervals, and that could become difficult if you are wearing a regular t-shirt. The nursing t-shirts or tops make breastfeeding effortless, especially during the night time. For a new mom or a mom-to-be, maternity and nursing pajama sets
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Postpartum Care for Mom Louis Children’s Hospital Answer Line may be of assistance at 314.454.KIDS (5437). The opinions expressed in these videos are those of the individual writers, not necessarily St. Louis Children’s Hospital or Washington University School of Medicine. BIC Health Care and Washington University School of Medicine assume no liability for the information
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  AD-HA comments on a study linking maternal fluoride exposure during pregnancy and children’s IQ scores Pediatrics titled, “Association between Maternal Fluoride Exposure during Pregnancy and IQ Scores in Offspring in Canada” by Green ET Al. Findings from this study indicate an association between the levels of fluoride exposure during pregnancy and lower IQ’s in
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Teenagers exposed to air pollution show greater autonomic reactivity to social stress Adolescents exposed to higher levels of fine-particle air pollutants have heightened autonomic nervous system reactions to social stress, reports a study in Psychosomatic Medicine: Journal of Bio behavioral Medicine, the official journal of the American Psychosomatic Society. The journal is published in the Clipping
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Photo: Courtesy of bogs 1. Neo-Classic NWKids’ Winter Boots If you love BOGS, you’ll love this new, lighter iteration of the popular pull-on boots. Fully waterproof and ready for play, kids can put these on themselves and go. BOGS Neo-Classic NWKids’ Winter Boots, $100, bogsfootwear.ca Photo: Courtesy of Olang 2. Olang Star Nero A thick, grippy sole
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Photo via @makelmg on Instagram Like many new parents, my husband and I worried about sudden infant death syndrome when our daughter, Rosalind,  was a newborn. We followed the Canadian Paediatric Society recommendations about not using blankets or keeping stuffies in the crib—they can become suffocation and entanglement hazards—and swaddled instead. We never used pillows
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Yes, my kid is on a leash. Don’t judge me. Photo: Courtesy of Deana Morton As my three-year-old son and I strolled through the parking lot, a group of teenagers started giggling and pointing at us. My stomach tightened and my cheeks turned red. They were laughing at my child. I tightened the grip on
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Tips to survive flying with a toddler Photo: @henna blossom via Instagram You’ve mastered flying with a baby. But air travel with a one- or two-year-old—sorry to say—is actually much harder: Squirmy toddlers take up more lap space, and you can’t always lull them off to dreamland with a boob or bottle. Sarah Price knows
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What is impetigo, and how serious is it for kids? Photo: i Stock photo Parents often have to deal with rashes and skin irritations in toddlers and young kids. Usually, these aren’t a big deal—often the side effect of a cold or mild allergy. But sometimes they signal something contagious that needs to be taken
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Toddler, I love you but please leave the baby the eff alone Photo: i Stock photo My firstborn loved her newborn baby sister. LOVED. I couldn’t blame her: The baby was tiny, precious perfection. Her fingernails were like miniature seashells, translucent and round. Her arms and legs were curled up into her body, still downy,
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