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Benefits of Breastfeeding

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  There have been many debates between mothers who choose to breastfeed and those that prefer to use formula to feed their babies. While not everyone may have the ability or the option to breastfeed, those who do should consider doing so. There are many benefits that can be brought to both the child and…

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Are Gummy Vitamins Helpful or Hurtful?

Gummy vitamins have been around since the late 1960’s, gaining popularity over time. These tasty treats were advertised to deliver the essential vitamins and minerals your child needed while at the same time being desirable for young children. Now there are even adult vitamin variations that come in gummy varieties, delivering larger portions of vitamins…

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Best Bedtime Snacks

Everyone from kids to adults have been guilty of craving that bedtime snack late at night. While we have heard time and time again that this isn’t healthy, there are some snacks that will be much better than others in terms of oral and all around health. Choose one of these next time the late…

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Pediatric Dentist vs. General Dentist

When choosing which dentist to take your child to, the options may seem overwhelming. Amongst all the other options, one of the most important of these is the difference between a pediatric and a general dentist. Learn the differences in these two types of dentists for your children and discover why a pediatric dentist will…

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7 Uses for Leftover Easter Candy

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We try hard to keep those little teeth and gums clean and healthy. Leftover Easter candy presents a minor challenge because my 5 and 2-year-old seem to have an extra superhero sense I call “sugar sense.” In spite of my best efforts to promote fruits as a healthy dessert and sweet snack, they find the…

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Avoiding Baby Bottle Tooth Decay

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