Confident children drinking hot chocollate with whipped cream on there faces

5 Ways to Boost Your Child’s Confidence     Raising confident children is a priority for every Mom. In this fast-paced world, and with all the external influences on children from the internet, advertising, and social media, it’s more important than ever to help your child’s self-esteem, self-worth, and confidence thrive. Parenting is no easy…

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Toddler sitting on potty playing with doll

We all know how uncomfortable and painful constipation can be, so every parent wants to help relieve their child’s constipation as quickly and safely as they can. But with all of the choices out there, how does a parent decide which constipation treatment is best for their child? As with all health conditions, it’s always…

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Toddler being potty trained

Constipation affects 25–30% of young children, which means approximately one in three children will struggle with this condition. Not only is constipation uncomfortable, and sometimes painful, but it can also cause other health complications. In this post we break down the causes, symptoms and foods to eat (and avoid) to help kids have happy tummies!…

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Sick women sitting on couch holding her throat with tissues used tissues on the table infront of her

  Winter is just around the corner, and this means the start of some predictable seasonal phenomena: pumpkin-spiced everything, shopping, the joys (and stressors) of the holidays, and the start of cold and flu season. Whether the weather is frightful in your area or not, one thing is certain: winter is the season of colds!…

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Little girl in a Witch Halloween costume

Halloween can be “tricky” for families with food allergies, and for parents who think handing out candy is a bad idea. It’s certainly a holiday that centers around children collecting and consuming more sugar than most parents are comfortable with. But how can you still make it fun without contributing to the massive amounts of…

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DocuSol® for Kids box

The last thing a parent wants to do when their child is not feeling well is to make them wait for relief.  Now, thanks to an innovative new product, DocuSol® Kids, caregivers can help young ones with constipation not only feel better faster, but avoid further complications associated with not being able to have a…

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A obese young child stomach

More than 12 million children and adolescents aged 2-19 years are obese. Childhood obesity can lead to diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol. So, what can parents do to prevent it? Or what can you do to help a child who needs to lose weight? If your child has been categorized as obese, it’s…

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A variety of Vegetables with a family and a Doctor in the background

As parents, we do so much to provide the very best for our children. We worry about how much sleep they get, what’s happening at school and how their friends will influence their behavior. So why should it be any different when it comes to their nutrition? We should want the very best for them…

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Young boy sitting in bathroom

According to the Journal of Pediatric Health Care, childhood constipation accounts for 5% of all pediatric outpatient visits to a primary care provider.  So, we know it’s a common issue among babies and children but what causes it? It can be caused by a medical condition such as spina bifida or Hirschsprung’s disease, but many…

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Kid Drinking Water

As the heat fast approaches, it’s important to make sure your kids are staying hydrated.  The American Association of Pediatrics recommends that children drink six glasses of water a day. Tips for keeping your kids hydrated, especially during the summer months: Don’t wait for them to ask for water or say they’re thirsty. Offer them…

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