Toddler Tantrums

What to do when you want to cry, too By Andi Diehn About six years ago I found myself in the constant company of a 2 year old with strong…

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The Learned Art of Breastfeeding

By Suzanne Greeley I often hear from new mothers that they are amazed at how something that is supposed to be so natural and beautiful could feel so uncomfortable and…

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Teens: Sports Concussions

By Dr. Michael Sparks Ben Bates played football like most 15-year-olds: full on, and with gusto. And, as is sometimes the case in contact sports, Ben has suffered a concussion.…

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Feeding Your Teen Machine

By Hope Damon, RD, CDE, LD Teens are spontaneous, fun, hungry, sometimes picky, challenging eaters. They choose what to eat based on peer pressure, school and work schedules, sense of…

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Mighty Yoga

By Kim J. Gifford Photography courtesy of Mighty Yoga Today, yoga is widely acknowledged as a popular form of exercise, meditation and relaxation. It is not surprising to hear that…

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Fall Safety Tips

By Emma Wunsch You know fall is here when the kids get back on the big yellow bus, the leaves pile up, and the mornings are chilly enough for a…

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Snacks to Fuel Winter Fun

By Amy Nelson Makechnie As winter drags on in the Upper Valley, children continue to be active, playing indoor and outdoor sports. Activities may vary, but there is always a…

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Choosing a Ballet School

Here are 5 tips to help you find the right fit for your child By Deb German Your young daughter is begging for ballet lessons, but when you investigate local…

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