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Teaching Your Child an Effective Oral Hygiene Routine by just 4 families Patient Expert Posted Sat 28 Apr 2012 9:04pm Weather your child’s teeth are cleaned and taken care of effectively or their hands having been washed properly or hair being combed, carrying out an effective personal hygiene routine is among the fundamental and beneficial behaviors which we instill upon our children. Good personal hygiene includes oral hygiene and is an important element of ... Read on »
How to Recognize and Report Child and Elder Abuse by USA.gov Posted Mon 01 Jul 2013 1:00pm Child and elder abuse is a serious problem that affects people from all walks of life. One of the most important ways to protect victims from abuse is by making sure they get the help they need and by reporting cases to the authorities. Here’s how to recognize the different types of abuse and what to do in case you know someone who is a vic ... Read on »
Musings of a Child Care Supervisor… by Latham Centers Posted Tue 12 Jul 2011 9:46am Being mindful of the consistency of nighttime routines with our students is extremely important.  All children benefit from a routine that helps them with their personal hygiene needs: bathing, showering, brushing teeth, etc. By having a caring adult tuck them in, children can fall asleep while listening to a favorite book and wake up in th ... Read on »
Eight Reasons to Stay on Top of Personal Hygiene by Kodjoworkout Posted Mon 17 Dec 2012 6:35am Everyone knows that personal hygiene is important but have you ever wondered why? The primary motive behind that morning shower is obviously to keep odors at bay but there are actually many reasons for keeping your personal hygiene in check. Here are eight reasons not to be lazy when it comes to personal hygiene. Disease Prevention ... Read on »
A New Personal Hygiene Solution – Sit Fresh by Dr. Daisy S. Doctor of Chiropracty Posted Wed 25 Sep 2013 10:03pm Pssst…excuse me…come a little closer. Do I have your attention now? Today I’m going to share a new personal hygiene solution and although I usually don’t share this type of information please stay with me. This topic may not be one that is openly discussed amongst family and friends but I’m happy to say that although we don’t speak about it ope ... Read on »
Helping yor Aspie Children to Brush their Teeth by Gavin B. Facebook Posted Fri 17 Feb 2012 4:47pm I was asked if I could put a gadget on this blog from a site called Love Your Teeth which will help children bush their teeth.  I figured that the best way to get it to fit into the site's topic is to talk about the problems that children and adults with aspergers syndrome may have with this task; They are as follows; knowing when to ... Read on »
How Nannies Can Teach Children Healthy Habits by Len S. Patient Expert Posted Sun 09 Feb 2014 7:00am When a full day involves digging in the dirt, climbing through a jungle gym and running through the sprinkler at the park or at home, it’s likely the children in your care are exposed to germs at every turn. As a child, routine activities such as washing hands regularly and covering your mouth when coughing are not always second nature. H ... Read on »
Antibacterials in Personal-Care Products Linked to Allergy Risk in Children by Ed H. Doctor of Pharmacy Posted Tue 19 Jun 2012 5:38pm Exposure to common antibacterial chemicals and preservatives found in soap, toothpaste, mouthwash and other personal-care products may make children more prone to a wide range of food and environmental allergies, according to new research from Johns Hopkins Children’s Center. Results of the NIH-funded study are published online ahead of pri ... Read on »
Your Parents, Your Children, and the Marital Bed by Gabriella Kortsch Ph.D. Patient Expert Posted Fri 22 May 2009 11:55pm So you had a mind-blowing passionate affair. It lasted five weeks, or six months, or two years. You each lived in your own place. Then you decided to move in together. Maybe you even marry. You were so much in love. It made sense to commit. But now, your once passionate partner who desired you so much doesn’t want to make love anymore. They av ... Read on »
Your Parents, Your Children, and the Marital Bed by Gabriella Kortsch Ph.D. Patient Expert Posted Fri 09 Dec 2011 10:00am So you had a mind-blowing passionate affair. It lasted five weeks, or six months, or two years. You each lived in your own place. Then you decided to move in together. Maybe you even marry. You were so much in love. It made sense to commit. But now, your once passionate partner who desired you so much doesn’t want to make love anymor ... Read on »