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Why Babies and Pets Don't Always Mix

Dogs, cats and babies - oh my! Here's how to help them all get along

by: Colleen Pelar

Your cat or dog may not have blinked an eye when you brought your baby home from the hospital, but now that she’s crawling all over them, it could be a different story. Here’s how to keep them both safe.

Circumcision Choices

Weigh the circumcision choices early in your pregnancy so you'll know where you stand before your baby is born.

by: Nancy Ripton

There are so many choices to think about when it comes to deciding whether or not to have your infant son circumcised. Religion, healthcare, pain, and tradition are all at the forefront of parent's thoughts when making this important decision. While experts are still undecided as to whether the benefits or the drawbacks win out, one thing is for sure. You need to look at all the pros and cons of circumsicion choices during your pregnancy because infant circumcisions should be done as soon after birth as possible.

Cold and Flu Prevention

How to keep your family healthy this year.

by: Nancy Ripton

A few simple steps can make the difference between a year full of sick days and a healthy family. Here are four easy ways to help keep your family cold and flu-free this year.

Medicine for Kids

What you can do when your child gets sick

by: Nancy Ripton

The rules surrounding cold and flu medications for children seem to change every year–here's what you need to know when it comes to helping sick kids feel better.

BPA, Phthalates, Cold Medicine–Is your Child at Risk?

Whether you're worried about baby bottles or baby lotion, here's your guide to new research on potential infant health hazards.

by: Sydney Loney

These are tough times for kids under two. Some of their coolest toys have been taken away, they have to be extra careful about what they put in their mouths and now they've been told they shouldn't indulge in many baby bath products. What's a kid (or parent) to do?

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