• 27 JAN, 2016
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    Staying Safe and Warm in the Snow

    By: Michelle Place, CRNP-P Snowmageddon, Snowpocalypse, Snowzilla, whatever you want to call it there is a lot of snow out there and it is going to be sticking around for a while. With school out and snow on the ground the kids are

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    • 13 JAN, 2016
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    Balancing Homework and Sleep

    By Dr. Ashley Moss “Striking the right balance between sleep and homework for adolescents is a challenge for most parents. Insufficient sleep can lead to health related consequences such as depression, increased obesity, and higher rates 

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    • 28 DEC, 2015
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    Thrush Management

    Mauren Mills, RN, Lactation Consultant “What is thrush? Thrush is a term we use to describe an overgrowth of yeast that is in a baby’s mouth or a breastfeeding mom’s nipples. How did I get thrush? Possible reasons include: antibiotics, steroid use, vaginal yeast infection, diabetes (gestational and IDDM), high carb diet,

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    • 15 DEC, 2015
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    3 Healthy Eating Habits to Promote at Home

    Dr. Caren Glassman “It isn’t news that we are all getting heavier faster than previous generations. Childhood Obesity is at a record high and it affects kid’s health. We all know that the formula for losing weight is to eat less and exercise more.

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