Author: Hanna Graham

6 Super Foods for a Healthy Sex Life

6 Super Foods for a Healthy Sex Life

There seems to be a plethora of articles about foods that are aphrodisiacs. Many of these articles are nothing more than old wives tales. (No, there is no evidence that eating oysters will ramp up your libido.) However, peer-reviewed scientific research is turning up evidence that there are vitamins and […]

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How Much Sleep Does Your Child Need? National Sleep Foundation Introduces New Guidelines

How Much Sleep Does Your Child Need? National Sleep Foundation Introduces New Guidelines

The National Sleep Foundation (NSF), after input from a multi-disciplinary expert panel, has issued a new report with updated recommendations for appropriate sleep durations throughout a person’s life. The results take into account developmental changes and create wider sleep ranges for most age groups. The NSF’s recommendations are based on […]

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8 Trips for Traveling by Air With Your Baby

8 Trips for Traveling by Air With Your Baby

The busiest travel days are the day before Thanksgiving, Fridays in summer and Christmas through January 1. If you’ll be traveling with a baby this holiday season, here are some suggestions for making it through the busy car, airport and airline routine. 1. Choose Schedule Rather Than Price Normally we […]

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5 Tips for Having Fun During Bath Time

5 Tips for Having Fun During Bath Time

Every parent knows that bath time is about more than just getting clean and fresh. For many kids, it’s a time to play and relax. Although some kids are afraid of the water, it’s still important to put them at ease and teach them good hygiene habits. These are our […]

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5 Essential Tools for Parenting: “Unlocking Parental Intelligence” by Dr. Laurie Hollman

5 Essential Tools for Parenting: “Unlocking Parental Intelligence” by Dr. Laurie Hollman

Dr. Laurie Hollman is a clinician and author who writes frequently on her concept of “parental intelligence.” Her new book, Unlocking Parental Intelligence: Finding Meaning in Your Child’s Behavior,” is a fantastic resource for parents of infants, children and teenagers who are struggling to understand how their children think. Part […]

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