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When should my children start taking swimming lessons?

Swimming lessons are great for children, especially if you frequent the beach, swimming pool or lake. Every child should know how to swim in...

What could green stools indicate?

It might be alarming to see green stools in your baby’s diaper, but you most likely have nothing to worry about. Even breastfeed babies...

What kind of tasks should be assigned as chores for a 3-year-old?

Chores are important. They help to build a foundation of responsibility and confidence for the little ones in your home. Fortunately, there are many...

What is the benefit of playing white noise for an infant?

As you might already know, playing white noise for a baby is meant to stimulate the sounds of the womb (which can be deafeningly...

What anxiety disorders could affect my child?

Several anxiety disorders against in children, and the only way to know for sure which your youngster is experiencing is to speak with a...

How can I prevent my daughter from getting swimmer’s ear?

Swimmer’s ear, also known by its medical name ‘otitis externa’, is incredibly common among children. This is especially the case for those who spend...

My son is hosting his first sleepover this weekend. What should I do to make sure the other parents are worry-free?

A child’s first sleepover can be nerve-wracking, and so can hosting one. Your fist step is to make sure your house is completely safe...

How can I tell if my child suffers from a binge eating disorder?

Binge eating disorder, also known as compulsive overeating, is a serious condition. It is much different from overeating every once in a while, which...

How can I control a contagious infection from infecting my children?

Every parent worries about contagious infections, and this is especially the case with flu season always around the corner. There is no doubt that...

What kind of diaper cream is best for my baby?

There are quite a few diaper creams on the market, and there are surely a few creams that are perfect for your little one....