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How To Fix Your Pelvic Floor

February 11th, 2014 | By: Sydney Loney
Afraid of sneezing post-pregnancy? Here's what you should know
How To Fix Your Pelvic Floor

Pre-pregnancy, you probably never thought much about your pelvic floor. (You know, the network of muscles that keeps your uterus, bladder and bowels in place.) Although now you may be noticing that things down under haven’t been the same since you had kids. The biggest sign things have gone south? Leakage – when you laugh, when you sneeze or, heaven forbid, when you jump.

Weaning Your Baby

January 31st, 2014 | By: Nancy Ripton
Here's how to make the weaning process go as smoothly as possible for both mom and baby.
Weaning Your Baby

Weaning can be an emotional time for both mom and baby and isn't always an easy process, no matter when you decide to do it. We went to our experts for tips on how to make weaning easier for you and your baby.

Is Your Kid a Whiner?

August 7th, 2013 | By: Sharon Silver
Yup, whining is the worst. Here's why it happens, and how to shut it down.
Is Your Kid a Whiner?

Kids usually whine because they're tired, bored or hungry – and whining usually gets worse as the day progresses. Here's how to handle a whiny kid:

The Best Sunscreens for Kids

June 24th, 2013 | By: Nancy Ripton
How to choose the safest and most effective sunscreen for your family.
The Best Sunscreens for Kids

Chances are you remember running around all day with little to protect your skin from the sun but a bikini bottom and, if you were lucky, a hat. Times have changed and the sun has gotten stronger and more powerful. While shade and clothing should always be your child's first line of defense, sunscreen is necessary if they're planning on spending a long time in the sun.

Could You Have Postpartum Depression?

June 3rd, 2013 | By: Elizabeth Pantley
What you're feeling is normal and not your fault. Here's how to feel better
Could You Have Postpartum Depression?

Postpartum depression is an illness and it can be cured. Once you learn more about what's causing the depression and take some steps towards treatment, you'll be on the road to finding yourself again and enjoying life with your new baby. Here's what you need to know: