health


Do Toddlers Really Need Probiotics?

Thursday, June 29, 2017 By Helen Sanders

Health and wellbeing is always going be a top priority for any parent when it comes to their children. Ensuring they are fit and healthy in order to allow the best possible start in life must be the obvious answer. So, if you could do something to prevent your child from getting sick in the […]

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Running During Pregnancy

Wednesday, June 7, 2017 By Danielle Olsheski
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Pregnancy is a time full of excitement and change for mothers-to-be, but do you have to change your running routine? Running has numerous benefits to mother and baby during pregnancy. With communication and clearance from your physician, many women can continue to participate in the same exercise they enjoyed pre-pregnancy. General Exercise Recommendations for Uncomplicated […]

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This Pediatrician’s 411 on Vaccines

Thursday, May 25, 2017 By Tessy Kadavil
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I love when kids come in for their well checks and I get to tell them, “Guess what, no shots today!!” Unfortunately, that introduction is not always the case and even though I wish all kids would happily trot into their pediatrician’s office without fear, vaccines are a standard of care in our line of […]

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How to Burn Fat Without Dropping Your Breastmilk Supply

Tuesday, May 16, 2017 By Kate Horney
How to Burn Fat Without Dropping Your Breastmilk Supply | Baby Chick

When it comes time to start your training or diet plan postpartum, it’s very common for moms to worry about how it will affect their breast milk supply. I can relate. As a new mom committed to breastfeeding both of my sons as long as possible, I promised myself that if I noticed a decrease […]

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What is Baby-Led Weaning?

Thursday, April 27, 2017 By Sarah Bederman
What is Baby-Led Weaning? | Baby Chick

Baby-led weaning (BLW) is a gentle, commonsense, and fun way to introduce solids to your baby. While continuing to breast or bottle feed, babies are allowed and encouraged to feed themselves real, whole foods–when they are ready. Babies have the autonomy to experiment and discover food at their own pace, developing “chewing skills, manual dexterity, […]

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5 Things Your Pediatrician Wants You to Know

Tuesday, April 18, 2017 By Tessy Kadavil
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As a pediatrician and mama, I am writing this in hope that it helps ease some of the million and one worries we all have about our kiddos! Most importantly, trust your instincts. And if you feel like something is off with your little one, please bring them to your pediatrician. 1. Fever When your child […]

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9 Tips for Working Moms to Stay Healthy While at Work

Monday, April 17, 2017 By Alayna Pagnani-Gendron
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Working in an office can make it hard to keep a healthy routine, and it can be especially challenging for moms who juggle work and home life. It seems like there is no time for yourself. It can be especially difficult to make time to exercise or eat right. Here are a few tips to keep […]

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Facts on Fiber & 5 Tips for Increasing Your Fiber Intake

Thursday, April 6, 2017 By Amanda Davies
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We have all heard that fiber is an important part of our diet. A diet high in fiber helps keep bowel movements regular, helps control cholesterol and blood sugar levels, and can even help you lose weight! But, what exactly is dietary fiber and how do I know if I am eating enough? What is […]

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Chiropractic Care During Pregnancy and Beyond (Facebook Live)

Friday, March 24, 2017 By Nina Spears

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3 Ways to Relieve Stress Naturally

Monday, March 20, 2017 By Ange Finn
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If you’re reading this, you’ve got one or more of these: a new baby, a busy job, friends, family, social activities, and more . . . it’s no wonder you’re stressed! Yoga, deep breathing, exercise, meditation—you know all of these are great natural ways to cope with stress, but you barely have time to brush […]

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