New Products We Love For Upcoming Cold & Flu Season

Cold and Flu Season

When it comes to fall the one thing we don't like is that it means it's that time of year.. yes, it's cold and flu season. There's nothing worse than not feeling well so we've gathered a list of some new products that will help you beat and recover from those nasty cold and flu symptoms. #1 - Ease Nausea & Freshen Breath, Naturally - Ice Chips® To soothe a queasy tummy naturally, … [Read more...]

3 Signs it’s Time to Visit the Dentist

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Some people hate going to the dentist, and they wait until they have pain before they let a dentist near their mouth. Sadly, by the time there is pain, serious damage has likely already occurred. It is much better to see the dentist before you feel pain. Routine care, such as cleanings are not painful, especially with some of the new technologies out there. Ultrasound cleaning doesn't involve … [Read more...]

Tips To Keep Kids Safe During Summer Camp #ReadySetCamp @MinuteClinic

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Disclosure: A special thanks to CVS/MinuteClinic for sponsoring this post. Even though this post is sponsored, all opinions are my own.  While my kids aren't quite old enough for camp yet, next summer they will be and they're very interested in going to a summer camp. As parents, we all want  our children to be safe and while we aren't with them during summer camp there are things you can do … [Read more...]

How to Care for a Toddler’s Teeth

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One of your biggest responsibilities as the parent of a toddler is to teach them good oral hygiene. Teach babies good oral habits that they can use now and enable them to care properly for their teeth and gums when they get older. Teething Most toddlers won’t have all of their teeth until they reach the age of three. Until then, as their teeth start to emerge from their gums, they may … [Read more...]

Why Your Choice Not to Vaccinate Puts Everyone at Risk

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It’s important in America that we all have a right to make choices, but what happens when those choices put others at risk? That’s the question on many minds, especially after the recent outbreak of measles that began in Disneyland. This infectious disease was once thought to be eliminated from our society, and has now reared its head with a vengeance. Yet some families steadfastly stand behind … [Read more...]