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Seasonal Allergies and Kids

Spring has arrived…and with it, seasonal allergies. Allergies in children are common. Nearly half of all children in the U.S., suffer from allergies. Treating allergies can be challenging because there can be so many different symptoms, different allergen triggers and different reactions. Symptoms of allergic reactions could include: itchy/red/watery eyes, sneezing, runny and/or congested nose, congested sinuses, headaches, rashes, hives, difficulty breathing/wheezing, sore/itchy/scratchy throat, coughing, hoarse voice, itchy ear canals ear infections for congestion, difficulty sleeping, fatigue and snoring. Below are some tips to help make the spring allergy season easier. Read More

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Morning Routine- Why is it So Hard?

Everyone has “those mornings”, but when “those mornings” happen day after day with your child it can cause a lot of stress and tension at home. Kids get crabby and dig in their heels. Parents get frustrated and it feels like the day is off to a crummy start. Here are some ideas to make the morning routine run a bit more smoothly: Read More

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Healthy Reminders By the Number!

A healthy routine for kids by the numbers! Here are some quick guidelines to adding a healthy structure to your child's daily routine. Read More

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Progressive waiting- Helping Children to Fall Asleep Independently

When should children be able to fall asleep by themselves? Before their second birthday - usually much sooner - most kids have learned to fall asleep alone. They no longer need to have a parent hold them or lie down next to them until they drift off. If they wake during the night, they can get back to sleep on their own. Read More

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What is "Bedtime Fading"?

“Bedtime Fading” as a method for helping children who aren’t sleepy at bedtime Bedtime fading is an established method for helping a child “reset” his or her sleep clock. While this method is safe for children of any age, it works best for children 4 years and older Read More

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Complementary and Alternative Medicine

The National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH) classifies the following under complementary and alternative medicine: • Natural products: Vitamins, herbs and minerals • Mind and Body practices: chiropractic, massage, yoga, meditation, osteopathic manipulation, healing teach, and acupuncture • Other: homeopathy Read More

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Developing Effective Pre-bedtime routines for kids with Autism

Beginning the pre-bedtime routine at the same time each evening will help your child’s body rhythms to get in sync. This will allow your child to feel less anxious, since he or she always knows what to expect. Read More

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