Every birth story is special, but some take childbirth to the extreme! As we bring 2013 to a close, we’d like to share some of this year’s best!
Archive for December, 2013
As we bring this year to a close, we’d like to take a moment to recognize some of 2013’s bravest heroes. Not only have they helped to keep our faith in humanity strong, they’ve also reminded us that you can make a difference in the world, no matter what your size, age or even species!
With 2013 coming to a close, we’d like to celebrate the survival of some of the smallest and youngest humans. These little fighters prove that you don’t have to be big to display strength, endurance or a will to survive. In fact, they show us that sometimes, the best things come in the smallest packages.
A Mammoth Mountain Ski Resort is a celebrity hot spot this week as families enjoy some down time together. Singers Seal and Gwen Stefani were spotted on Tuesday running into each other while out on the slopes with their kids.
Peanut and tree nut allergies, which can range from mild to life-threatening, have more than tripled in the United States since 1997. There are many theories as to why this might be, and several studies have tested some theories to see if the prevalence can be reduced.
Research had tied breastfeeding to a number of benefits – everything from fewer infections to better thinking and memory skills. Many of those same studies have also found that benefits are greater for those that are breastfed longer.
The most important piece of gear that a parent should invest in is a good car seat. Every day of the year it is the one piece of equipment that will save your child’s life. Choosing that seat, can be a challenge. Forward facing, rear facing, latch, tether there is a bit of a learning curve but parents are always asking us for a recommendation that won’t break the bank.
With cold & flu season in full effect, we try to do what we can to keep the kids healthy, but they keep bringing home the illnesses.
A new study by the University at Buffalo, however, sheds some light on why the virus seem to be sticking around for so long.