2009 October Baby Health Advice

2009  October  Baby Health Advice

Indonesian Medics Mull Surgey for Dicephalus Baby

Kiddie Crusaders Are Increasing Food Allergy AwarenessMany parents of food allergic children are involved in the movement to increase food allergy awareness and safety, but I recently read some impressive stories about two remarkable kids who are taking action in support of the estimated 12 million Americans suffering from a food allergy.

October 31st, 2009 Posted in Baby Health Advice No Comments

Gro Baby Flushable Biodegradable InsertsGro Baby introduces their new flushable, biodegradable cloth diaper inserts. How do they work?

Cross-Contamination at HomeIf your little one suffers from severe food allergies, you are probably aware of the risk of cross-contamination in the factories where food is manufactured. Unfortunately, this is not the only place where cross-contamination can occur. […]

October 31st, 2009 Posted in Baby Health Advice No Comments

Problems In Youth SportsCan participating in competitive sports at too young of an age have a negative effect on our children and their future in sports?

Allergy Resources EUR Facebook?!We’ve Moved!To better reflect the focus of our blog, we have a new name (and a new home) EUR Food Allergy Living at www.foodallergyliving.net. At the new […]

October 31st, 2009 Posted in Baby Health Advice No Comments

Tips for Your Allergic Little Ones First Day of School or DaycareThe first day of school or daycare is an exciting time for young children, but introducing food allergic little ones into a new environment can be dangerous. It is important to educate and remind your childrens teachers and caregivers about food allergy precautions and […]

October 31st, 2009 Posted in Baby Health Advice No Comments

Does the General Public Misunderstand Food Allergies?Have you experienced problems with people who do not fully understand what it means to have a food allergy? From the waiters at your favorite restaurant to a schoolmate on the playground, those who do not understand the severity of food allergies could unknowingly put your food allergic child […]

October 30th, 2009 Posted in Baby Health Advice No Comments

A Fresh Look At Schooling: The Role of Homework (Part 2 of 3)

A Fresh Look At Schooling: The Role of Homework (Part 2 of 3)People don’t get better at dealing with unhappiness, failure and disappointment because they were deliberately exposed to difficulties as youngsters. To the contrary, it is one’s experience with success, affirmation and unconditional acceptance that helps kids deal constructively with later frustration and failure.

October 30th, 2009 Posted in Baby Health Advice No Comments

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome and Insulin Resistance

Cooking With NeocateLately, Ive been getting a number of calls from parents about ideas for solid foods for their kids, even when the childs diet is still severely restricted because of a milk allergy, EE or allergic GERD. Did you know that you can actually use an amino acid based formula, like Neocate, as a […]

October 30th, 2009 Posted in Baby Health Advice No Comments

Morning Sickness to Lower Breast Cancer Risk

Morning Sickness to Lower Breast Cancer RiskWomen who suffer through morning sickness during their pregnancies actually may be fortunate because they may have a lower risk of breast cancer later in life, according to new research. A study has found that mothers-to-be who have morning sickness are 30 per cent less likely to develop breast […]

October 30th, 2009 Posted in Baby Health Advice No Comments

Morning Sickness to Lower Breast Cancer Risk

Moving Toward a Cure: FAAN Walk for Food AllergyThis fall, Neocate will be attending the FAAN Walk for Food Allergy in several different cities around the country. These walks are organized by the Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Network to raise public awareness, to provide advocacy and education, and to advance research on behalf of all […]

October 29th, 2009 Posted in Baby Health Advice No Comments

Baby BenefitAt last, a good reason to have a baby when you’re over 35 – it’s been found to reduce the risk of ovarian cancer.Researchers at the University of Southern California discovered that women who had their child over 35 lowered their risk of ovarian cancer by 58 per cent, compared to women who’d never […]

October 29th, 2009 Posted in Baby Health Advice No Comments

PagesBaby Health Advice on Food and Nutrition

Allergy Dogs Are Saving Childrens Lives

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome and Insulin Resistance

A Fresh Look At Schooling: The Role of Grades (Part 3 of 3)

Product Recall Alert EUR Kroger Super Kids Enriched White Sandwich Bread

Tips for Talking to Your Doctor

Creating Balance In A Child’s Life

Copyright © Baby Health Advice - Powered by WordPress

ProSense theme created by Dosh Dosh and The Wrong Advices.