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It's Not Too Late to Jumpstart a Healthy Lifestyle for 2017 - tips you need to succeed

You tell yourself this is going to be the year you join a gym, eat better or drink more water. Yet that commitment often falls short.

Keep Your Teen Athlete Fueled With These 4 Vital Tips

As the start of spring sports approaches, the stakes are even higher for your student to maintain the success they had first semester. There are practices, matches and conference finals that have to fit in with exams and semester-long projects. Being a standout in the classroom and on the field requires expert-level planning and execution.

Recognizing the Signs of Postpartum Depression

Becoming a new mom can be one of the most exciting times in a woman’s life. The births of both of my daughters were two of the best days of my life. However, even with the amount of pure joy and infinite love that I felt, it wasn’t enough to prevent the onset of postpartum depression.

3 Lesser-Known Benefits Of Flashing Your Amazing Smile

Realistic Tips for Busy Moms

Time is perhaps the most coveted thing moms have and it's crucial to manage it effectively for you and your family.

Pill Cases and Child Safety

What to Know about Eye Health

What Parents Need to Know About the Heroin Epidemic

“A big part of why I started using drugs was to escape,” Josh said.

Dental Health is Important for Children's 'Baby Teeth'

Feeling Blue after Giving Birth

Many new mothers experience the “baby blues”, a form of depression that begins a few days to a week after delivery and generally lasts no longer than two weeks.

Help Fight Against the Threat of SIDS

Advocate for Kids' Eye Care

While it's true that schools may provide vision screenings for younger children, one study found that even if a child failed such an exam, 50 percent of parents were unaware of the failure two months after the screening.

Reducing the Duration of Antibiotics Does More Harm than Good When Treating Ear Infections in Young Children

Acute otitis media is a bacterial infection of the middle ear behind the ear drum which causes it to become painfully inflamed. Three out of four children experience this infection within their first year.

Asperger’s Characteristics To Watch For In Your Child

Asperger’s Syndrome is a neurobiological disorder that falls under the autism spectrum. It’s on the higher-functioning end of the spectrum and the symptoms can range from mild to severe.

When All Else Fails, Bribing Kids To Eat Better

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