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  • 7 hours ago

    Gluten-free diet for toddlers

    My grandson is going to be 3 yrs old next month, when he started eating I gave him just about everything to tried and he was a good eater, and very regular, however since my 15 yrs old granddaughter has Celiac disease and my daughter is allergic to wheat, I was told not to give the baby any food that it is not gluten free, or any juices not even O.J.on October 2016 he started getting constipated off and on, it got worse took him to his Dr And he said to give him a suppository when ever he need it....
  • 10 hours ago

    Recall: Britax B-Safe 35 Car Seat Chest Clip

    Chest clips for more than 100 models of Britax Child Safety cars seats are being recalled over concerns that a tab could break and create a choking hazard for infants. Find out if your child's car seat was included in the recall here: http://wb.md/2t3I8eG
  • 1 day ago

    Puberty with girls

    I'm being discreet because of the topic and will understand if someone out there in message board world wants to respond anonymously, please do. I can't find anything on the web about this and so I'm hoping that someone here can help because they have experienced it (unfortunately) or are going through it now. My daughter is ten and is in the middle of the beginning stages of puberty (according to her pedi) and has just developed small red bumps around her nipples/buds. She initially....
  • 1 day ago

    I don't like what I named my son anymore

    What do I do? He's about to be 2-years old
  • 2 days ago

    Would You Raise a No-Diaper Baby?

    One couple in Los-Angeles (both doctors) turned to a diaper-free approach with their third child. Instead of going the diaper route, they used an ages-old method known as 'elimination communication.' The practice relies on gauging a baby's natural timing and cues to recognize when they need to go to the bathroom and then holding them over a toilet at those times. You can read more about there experience and how elimination communication works, here: http://wb.md/2rWxuBl Would you ever....
  • 3 days ago

    What Is Electric Shock Drowning?

    Many swimmers and boaters make water safety a priority, but one danger that's still often overlooked is electric-shock drowning. Find out more about what it is and how to keep your family safe, here: http://wb.md/2rNrdwP Were you aware of electric shock drowning?
  • 4 days ago

    Do Home Remedies Actually Work?

    You've probably heard that using local honey can help with allergies, or that chicken soup can cure cold symptoms, but do these home remedies really work? Find out here: http://wb.md/2tkH2rF What home remedies do you use in your house?
  • 6 days ago

    Boyfriend In motorcycle accident

    My boyfriend has been in the hospital in the neurological icu unit since a week ago Saturday because of a motorcycle accident where his brain was swelling and he shattered his leg.. he already had a plate in his head because of a prior accident almost 10 years ago but they had to put two more plates in after the surgery to bring the swelling down. I don't really know what's going on.. even the little I'm telling you I can't tell you I'm saying everything 100 percent correct. I'm....
  • 6 days ago

    "Bad" step mom role issues

    Just need some advice on a war I can never win at....When I married my husband 7 years ago, I took on his son as my own(he was 8 then).. I tried to be the stepmom that any kid would want.. I went with him to sports games, read him books at bed,did his laundry, etc....but, I started to learn from beginning that it wasnt going to be easy....he is an only child, as is my husband... my husband was smothered by his parents, got everything he wanted handed to him and he could "never do wrong"....
  • 7 days ago

    News: Group Warns of Lead in Baby Food

    Do you buy baby food for your little one? Some baby food sold in the United States contains lead, an environmental group warns. And baby food versions of apple and grape juices and carrots had more samples with detectable lead than the regular versions. You can read more here: http://wb.md/2rDV99H