2009 September Baby Health Advice

2009  September  Baby Health Advice

Morning Sickness to Lower Breast Cancer RiskWomen who suffer through morning sickness during their pregnancies actually may be fortunate because they may have a lower risk of breast cancer later in life, according to new research. A study has found that mothers-to-be who have morning sickness are 30 per cent less likely to develop breast […]

September 30th, 2009 Posted in Baby Health Advice No Comments

Allergy Dogs Are Saving Childrens Lives

Getting Kids Back to NatureToday’s children spend little or no time outside. Children’s physical activity specialist Rae Pica offers her advice on getting your kids outdoors.

Celebrity Moms Promoting Attachment ParentingAttachment parenting is moving into the public spotlight. Celebrity moms like the actress who played Blossom help spread the word about attachment parenting.

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Oral Immunotherapy: Fighting Fire with Fire

Oral Immunotherapy: Fighting Fire with FireWeve posted before about Oral Immunotherapy, but since our last update about research by Johns Hopkins, a few more positive studies have been conducted. These studies show hope that Oral Immunotherapy could someday lead to a more effective treatment for those suffering from various food allergies.

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A Fresh Look At Schooling: The Role of Homework (Part 2 of 3)

A Fresh Look At Schooling: The Role of Homework (Part 2 of 3)People don’t get better at dealing with unhappiness, failure and disappointment because they were deliberately exposed to difficulties as youngsters. To the contrary, it is one’s experience with success, affirmation and unconditional acceptance that helps kids deal constructively with later frustration and failure.

September 29th, 2009 Posted in Baby Health Advice No Comments

How Britney Losing Weight After Pregnancy

Newborns: Bringing baby homeTaking your newborn home from hospital can be a joyous but also anxiety-provoking experience, as Julie Fletcher explains.

Eating Apples During Pregnancy to Protect Baby from AsthmaEating apples while pregnant may give a new meaning to an apple a day keeping the doctor away, according to a study published in Thorax online on […]

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Pregnant Smokers Pass Habit To Babies

Movie Theater SnacksThe summer movie season is upon us and while your little ones may be excited to see the newest Harry Potter film or Pixars Up, you may be wondering what to feed them at the theater. Movie theater snacks have never been the most healthful option for any child, but allergy parents have […]

September 29th, 2009 Posted in Baby Health Advice No Comments

Safer Food is Just Around the CornerGreat news! The House of Representatives recently approved a food-safety bill that aims to improve safety standards on food production in the U.S.

Although the bill wasnt aimed at allergies specifically, it tackles some big problems that have arisen in recent months due to contamination and lax safety procedures. The […]

September 29th, 2009 Posted in Baby Health Advice No Comments

Picnics, Cookouts and Trips to the Beach.

Picnics, Cookouts and Trips to the Beach.Now that summer has officially begun and the 4th of July is quickly approaching, youre probably beginning to worry about upcoming picnics, cookouts, and days at the beach. Can your child with a severe allergy safely join in on the fun? Of course! With some careful planning and the […]

September 28th, 2009 Posted in Baby Health Advice No Comments

Swine flu vaccine: What you need to knowAVAILABILITY Q. Does your office have swine flu vaccine yet? No. Medical providers have not received their shipment of swine flu vaccine yet. We anticipate getting the first shipment in mid-October. The U.S. plans to have 195 million doses of.

Soy Allergies on the RiseWeve posted before about soy […]

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Stretch Marks: Common CausesWhat are stretch marks? Stretch marks are the nasty lines of stretched tissues that appear on the upper thighs or the stomach right after pregnancy. Stretch marks also appear after a person has relatively gained or increased weight abruptly. During weight increase and height growth, the production of collagen by our body […]

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