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How to avoid sore nipples while breast-feeding

Preventing sore nipples while breastfeeding. Although beautiful and full of rich benefits for both mother and child, the breastfeeding process is not free of its own set of challenges. One of the major problems experienced by breastfeeding mothers is sore nipples. There are several factors... More

How to build self esteem in preteen girls

Ways to help preteen girls increase their self-esteem Pre teen girls, just due to their age, are a little self conscious to begin with and whenever anyone refers to their style, look, clothing, body type, weight, height, or almost anything about them or their friends, their music, their ideas,... More

How to tell if your breastfeeding baby is not getting enough milk

Signs that your breastfeeding baby is not getting enough to eat. Determining rather or not your baby is receiving adequate nutrition is extremely vital to their well-being. This may be a little more challenging if you choose to breast-feed your child. There are signs however, that can take the... More

How to get a free sample of Parent’s Choice baby formula

Any parent knows just how expensive formula can be. So even a little bit of free formula can be a big help. Parent's Choice is Walmart's store brand baby formula, and by visiting their website, you can request a free sample. [donate]Instructions Step 1 Go to the Parent’s Choice... More

How to lose and maintain weight loss if you’re a teen

Teens are at high risk for obesity. In today's world, childhood obesity has reached epidemic proportions. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the problem has dramatically escalated in America since the early 1990s. Youth aged six to 19 years, which accounts for approximately 9... More

How to help a child cope with going to a new school

Helping your child to move on Transitioning from one school to another takes the child into the world of the unknown. Many children dread that first day, and parents can help them to overcome their fears if they plan it right and take the steps to reassure the child that change is positive. A... More

How to help your baby sleep through the night

It is a monumental milestone for parents and baby when the baby masters sleeping through the night. It makes for more rest for everyone and a happier morning. There are many therioes and ideas about how to make this happen. These are the ones that work most often. At the grandparent stage there... More

How to sterilize baby bottles

Sterilizing baby bottles the old fashion way - in four easy steps. Sterilizing baby bottles is just one of the daily activities parents must do to protect the health of their infant. While the idea of sterilization may seem complicated to first time parents, the process is... More

How to help your child cope with bullying and aggression

Bullying in educational institutions and workplaces is a very common phenomenon and it can take several forms. Mild bullying can involve maintaining a bossy attitude, name calling, ridiculing or teasing an individual. More severe cases can take form of physical violence like hair pulling,... More

How to tell when your breast milk has come in

Colostrum is a newborn’s first heavy-duty dose of nutrients. This rich, thick substance is like the cream on top of the milk. During the two to six days following a baby’s birth, colostrum gradually transitions to a thinner, clearer mature milk which is also rich in nutrients. While... More