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Childrens Coughing? Simply Supply Sweetie

PERTAINING TO many years, mother and father typically provide his or her youngsters the spoonful connected with honies just before cargo area, given it considered ingestion might help minimize coughs.

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Importance of First Aid Kit Always at Home

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Health Advice: Hey Mom! What’s Your Head Lice Experience? [Infographic]

Although head lice are a common problem in families with school-aged children, a new national survey reveals that despite 60% of moms – including 85% of those who have experienced head lice in their household as an adult – saying they know the facts about head lice, many still appear to be confused when it comes to common myths about head lice. This article will be a good one to bookmark and call upon when - statistics show - head lice hit your family.

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Health Advice: Safety Tips to Prevent Summer Fun From Becoming a Summer Scare

(BPT) - As the days get longer and warmer, kids and adults alike have plenty of reasons to get outdoors. With all the playtime comes extra dangers everyone needs to be on the lookout for. No family wants to have summer fun turn into a summer scare. Drowning is the No. one cause of injury-related death for kids ages one to 4, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, but water isn’t the only potential hazard to be aware of this summer. Brush up on these Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals-approved tips to keep your family safe this season.

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Go Fund Me- Daniel Vokhgelt

Now this is the POWER of these fundraisers and social media. This particular fundraiser was made three days ago, and yet 221 people have seen and donated to his cause. This gives me a little hope for humanity at this point.

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Residues Smoke Can Cause Cancer in Children

DURING often heard the term passive smoking. Its meaning is the non - smokers who are exposed to the smoke of the burning cigarette.

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Comfort Level

Has yours increased?

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The Ryan Reed Story: Nationwide Driver Drives to Stop Diabetes

(BPT) - Ryan Reed, 20, of Bakersfield, Calif., is chasing his dream to become a top NASCAR driver. He’s racing in the NASCAR Nationwide Series events this year as a development driver for one of the top names in the sport, all while taking care of his type one diabetes.

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Should Youngsters be Lifting Weights?

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Good Feelings and a Good Heart: Simple Ways Baby Boomers Can Boost Heart Health

"Heart health is directly related to well-being," says registered dietician Brooke Joanna Benlifer. In this article, Benlifer offers five tips to help boomers give a big boost to their heart health.

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