Safe sleeping recommendations

Originally posted here by Dr. Stan Spinner, Texas Children’s Pediatrics and Texas Children’s Urgent Care Chief Medical Officer The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recently announced new safe sleep recommendations to help protect against sleep-related infant deaths. Sudden death of an infant less that 1-year of age that cannot be explained, even after a thorough investigation, is referred to as sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). The cause of SIDS is still unknown. We do know that SIDS is not choking, apnea or suffocation. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), each year in the United States...

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Mummy & Maker Designing and Wineing

Mummy & Maker Designing and Wineing   Until I was a mother I never knew how challenging, draining and exhausting being a parent could truly be. I spent my whole life in education right up to graduating and thought all nighters in the library doing an essay, the day before it was due, was a test of my patience and work ethic. How wrong I was. Giving birth and raising a human trumped the hardship of university on every possible level.   The thing is, at university at least you get to let your hair down once or twice...

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VALENTINE’S DAY IS AROUND THE CORNER!  CELEBRATE WITH GIFTS THAT ARE  RED, PINK AND FULL OF LOVE *** The Special Little and Big People In Your Life Will Fall Head Over Heels For Sentimental And Festive Valentine’s Day Gifts By Isabelle Grace Jewelry, Lorena Canals, Feltman Brothers, DockATot, And Finn + Emma Valentine’s Day is almost here! On this special day of love, we all enjoy giving and receiving sentimental gifts and surrounding ourselves with traditional hearts, captivating pinks, ravishing reds! This Valentine’s Day, you’ll be seeing hearts, reds, and pinks all over with gush-worthy gifts by Isabelle Grace...

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Transitioning to adult diabetes care: The time to start planning is now!

Originally posted here by Dr. Sarah Lyons, diabetes and endocrinology expert at Texas Children’s Hospital This blog is co-authored by: Sarah Lyons, MD; Marisa Hilliard, PhD; Massimo Pietropaolo, MD and Jake Kushner, MD. Young adulthood is an exciting, but sometimes challenging time, for youth with diabetes. As the move from pediatric to adult health care is so important, we pediatric and adult diabetes care providers at Texas Children’s and Baylor Clinic want the experience to be positive and smooth for every teen/young adult with diabetes. We recommend that the where, when, how and why to move to adult care be...

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After Baths With Baby Care by E-Cloth

We are so excited to introduce Baby Care by E-cloth to our readers. This adorable large, luxury hooded towels gets your child excited about bath time and gives parents a peace of mind. From newborn to five years old,  these hooded towels are great for children who have sensitive skin and non sensitive skin alike. The e-cloth towel makes life a lot easier for both children and parents. Your children are warmed immediately by millions of tiny fiber strands and the soothing towel dries 4 times faster than cotton! Your child can be dressed and ready for the day or prepared for bedtime in no time! Using capillary action, there is no need to rub your child dry any longer. Simply place the hood over the child’s head, wrap the child in the towel and pat dry, no need to rub at all. To machine wash, simply clean in hot water, using a small amount of detergent. Choose to tumble or hang dry. Make sure to turn hood inside out during drying! Our little one loves bath time because when she leaves the bath, she can be dried instantly and get to her next task. We also have a sensitive skinned child and she did not have any rashes after using this wonderful product. In various designs, your child will look adorable as they dry off! Get your E-Cloth...

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