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Monthly Archives: July 2017

5-Year-Old Is Battling the Same E. Coli Strain That Killed His Sister

Their parents believe the siblings contracted the infection at a petting zoo.   After a strain of E.coli proved fatal for a three-year-old in Wright County, Minnesota earlier this week, her five-year-old brother remains in critical condition as he battles the same bacteria strain. According to the Star Tribune, five year-old Kade Maresh and his younger sister Kallen both contracted a shiga toxin-producing bacteria (STEC) …

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Prepare This Juice Made Out of UPO (Bottle Gourd) to Treat Urinary Infections and Sleeping Disorders While Losing Weight! A Must-Learn!

A common cooking staple, bottle gourd (upo) is a vegetable with pale, smooth and waxy green surface and white spongy flesh. It is known by a variety of other names such as lauki, calabash gourd and white-flowered gourd. The juice of bottle gourd is consumed by thousands of people because of its astonishingly surprising effects to our health. Why Juice Bottle Gourd Bottle gourd contains about 96% …

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6 Tips For Prevention And Treatment Of Fordyce Spots On Lips

Most of the time, small bumps on different parts of the body go unnoticed, but those on your face or your genitals often raise an alarm. They often make you wonder if it was something you ate or if you too suffer from a sexually transmitted disease now. If you do notice tiny, white bumps on your lips then it …

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When Babies Get Chickenpox

This is what to do if you think your little one may be infected with chickenpox. Last December, when my youngest child was just 3 months old, I got a call from my sister about her 4-year-old son. “Alex may have chickenpox,” she said. My heart sank. Since my son, Christopher, was born right near the start of cold and …

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Would You Ban an Unvaccinated Child From Your Own Kid’s Playdate or Party?

Do unvaccinated kids get invited to your family’s social events? We want to know: Would you ban an unvaccinated child from your own kid’s playdate or birthday party? Looking after a group of young children is never easy. Making sure they are happy, safe, and healthy at a birthday party or playdate can be a daunting task. With hawk-like supervision, playground …

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The Pictures You’ll Want To Have

Sometimes when you’re in the trenches, you forget that you’ll miss it someday.   I woke up the other morning and found this picture on my phone. You see, right now I’m in the trenches. The newborn trenches, that is. But that night was my husband’s turn to get up with the baby. And after changing, feeding, and putting the …

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America, Take A Good, Hard Look At What You’re Doing To Working Mothers

Americans may have the edge on Olympic medals, fast food chains and Broadway musicals, but we’re severely lacking in the parental leave department. In Sweden, women are given a full year off to heal properly and bond with their child(ren). If they have more than one child, they are given that same amount of time per child. In the United …

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Mother Of Three Explains What Makes A ‘Good Mom’ In Viral Post

“Can we all climb down off judgmental mountain for a second?” A Kansas City’s mom viral Facebook post answers an important question: What does it take to be a good mother? On Wednesday, Karen Johnson, a HuffPost blogger and the mom of three behind The 21st Century SAHM (stay-at-home mom), wrote a Facebook post that’s resonating with many parents. In it, Johnson wrote about …

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