Healthy Lunch Ideas

Healthy Lunch Ideas So starting a new healthy eating regime is a very positive way to change your lifestyle and by maintaining it will provide you with low risk health issues and amazing physical attributes. As like many healthy eating plans or diet plans, exercise is the best tool to…

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How soon should my child be walking or cruising?

By Magdalena Oledzka, PT, MBA, PCS, pediatric physical therapist and pediatric rehabilitation section manager at the CA Technologies Rehabilitation Center at Hospital for Special Surgery in New York Walking is another activity that has a wide range of normal. If your child is “cruising,” (holding on to furniture and stepping…

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Raise Your Child Emotionally and Mentally Strong

Raise your child emotionally and mentally strong Every parent aspires to raise a child who will be able to deal with the ups and downs of life gracefully. This is no easy feat though. Instilling emotional and mental strength to a child requires a lot of patience and determination from…

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Birth Order affects your child’s vision, Research Shows

Birth Order affects your child’s vision Illinois College of Optometry Study Determines Birth Order Can Affect Reading Readiness and Academic Performance CHICAGO, Nov. 18, 2014 // — Birth order is thought to affect everything from a child’s personality to IQ. Now researchers at the Illinois College of Optometry have concluded…

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The Wonderful World of Autism

Neuro Developmental Pediatricians, special education, therapy sessions, Persons with Disabilities These are some of the words I first heard when I learned that I have two kids with autism.Sidney and Red were born full term.I never had problems with both when they were born.Both were breastfed. They fed,wailed and laughed…

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When should my baby roll over?

When should my baby roll over? We are lucky enough to feature a wonderful woman who’s specialty is pediatric physical therapy and rehabilitation. Meet  Magdalena Oledzka, PT, MBA, PCS, pediatric physical therapist and pediatric rehabilitation section manager at the CA Technologies Rehabilitation Center at Hospital for Special Surgery in New…

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Keep Your Kid Safe at the Pool

Families that have a pool in their backyard may feel privileged during the hot summer days. However, most parents worry for their children when they are at the pool, which is pretty normal. If you have a pool, even an inflatable one, you must make sure that you follow the…

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Healthy Lunch Ideas –Feeding Diabetic Kids Can Be Simple!

Diabetic children are very restricted when it comes to eating. The problem is not variety; rather it’s the parent’s fear that the food a child consumes will help their health. Today, there are tons of diabetic friendly foods for your healthy lunch ideas for school and home. The key to…

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Shyness and your Child

How to understand shyness and your child. Raising children is hard enough, and a parent’s job becomes all the more challenging as the children grow and begin school. For many children, starting school is one of the most stressful events in their little lives. They will be doing a lot…

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Antipsychotics Prescribed To Treat ADHD In Kids

By Catherine Pearson The number of children and teens taking antipsychotic medications has skyrocketed in recent years, with psychiatrists prescribing the drugs in nearly one-in-three visits with youth, a new study found. The drugs are not only being prescribed for schizophrenia and bipolar disorder, but also for the commonly diagnosed attention deficit…

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Death to Obesity: Bloomberg Seeks to Ban Large Sugary Drinks

By Neetzan Zimmerman  “I think that’s what the public wants the mayor to do,” NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg told the New York Timesyesterday shortly after announcing a proposal to ban sale of sweetened drinks larger than 16 ounces. The plan does come with several major caveats: The ban will not apply to supermarkets…

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Yasso™ Introduces First-Ever Frozen Greek Yogurt Smoothies

Yasso™, creator of the world’s first frozen Greek yogurt novelty bars, announced the launch of Yasso™ Smoothies, an all-natural frozen Greek yogurt smoothie line. Yasso™ Smoothies are the first frozen Greek yogurt smoothies to become available in the United States.

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How the Recession Has Affected Your Kids in an Unexpected Way

by Alice G. Walton Kids live out their parents’ financial stresses, according to a new study. That is, your money problems today could hurt them tomorrow.  If you think you and your spouse are the only ones affected by the harsh economic times — and that your kids are blissfully…

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What about speech pathologists?

Do speech pathologists and occupational therapists work together at times? Speech pathologists conduct evaluations and treatment for children with articulation, receptive and expressive language, oral motor and feeding disorders. Speech therapists often collaborate with occupational therapists to address sensory difficulties that may be associated with feeding delays. They also help…

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Is it normal for my daughter to be two years old and not talking?

By Magdalena Oledzka, PT, MBA, PCS, pediatric physical therapist and pediatric rehabilitation section manager at the CA Technologies Rehabilitation Center at Hospital for Special Surgery in New York Some of the milestones expected of two year old’s include combing two words together, having a vocabulary of about 50 words, relating…

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Danimals® Puts the Fun Back in Being a Kid!

Opportunities for Five Schools to Win Playground Makeovers RallyforRecess.com Motivates Kids to Get Outside and Be Active! WHITE PLAINS, NY, August 15, 2011 It’s not easy being a kid – so Danimals says, give kids a break! With the launch of Danimals “Rally for Recess,” you can “rally” efforts in…

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