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Avoiding and Treating Allergic Reactions In Children

Food allergies in children is something that isn't thought about often unless you live with someone suffering from the condition. Some food allergies can be slight and only appear as a skin rash, while others can lead to life-threatening anaphylaxis. How can you ensure your children are only eating safe foods? What do you do if allergies develops? We'll cover it all in our guide to avoiding and treating food allergies for kids. Common Food Allergies Common triggers include peanuts, tree nuts, cow's milk, egg, soy, wheat, fish, and shellfish. There are other allergies in children that are more rare....

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My Kids Won't Bathe! Helping With Hygiene.

I often get messages from parents begging for advice on how to get their child to bathe consistently. It can be a difficult thing to instate for some kids more than others. The real secret to child hygiene is to figure out the root of the problem. There is a reason that they're avoiding the bath or shower.

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Birth Order and What It Means for Your Kids

I didn't grow up in a gigantic family, but even with my tiny slice of anecdotal evidence I can tell you that birth order definitely means something. You might not be able to shape a child's personality by ensuring that they show up somewhere specific in the lineup, but a kids birth order will have far-reaching effects!

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Stop Drinking Poison: Learning To Forgive

A wise man once said "holding a grudge is like drinking poison and expecting the other person to die". That might seem like hyperbole but the science behind that statement has been proven. Holding grudges isn't healthy for the mind, body, or soul. It's time to let that baggage go and I'm here to help.

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My Kids Hate Exercise But Love "Fun". Protip: They're The Same Thing.

When it comes to getting your kids into an exercise routine the wording that you choose is one of the most important aspects. Don't clunkily say 'hey kids, let's exercise!' because that is doomed to fail. Instead you might try simply asking them if they want to play with you. Injecting fun into a workout helps you too!

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