Month: September 2022

A new study explored whether adherence to American Academy of Pediatrics guidelines for diet and physical activity had any relationship with toddlers’ ability to remember, plan, pay attention, shift between tasks and regulate their own thoughts and behavior, a suite of skills known as executive function. Reported in The Journal of Pediatrics, the study found
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Image: Shutterstock Fall brings with itself a flurry of change. It is the time of crisp air, colorful leaves, and pumpkins. You are more likely to spend more time indoors than outdoors to prevent your toddler from catching a chill in the sharp wind. However, staying indoors comes with its unique advantages. You would rather
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Mind-body practices such as yoga and meditation are increasingly popular tools for promoting health and combating diseases, including type 2 diabetes. Approximately 66% of Americans with type 2 diabetes use mind-body practices and many do so because they believe it helps control their blood sugar. Until now, however, whether mind-practices can reduce blood glucose levels
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SUBSCRIBE!! http://bit.ly/2hxBhU7 A lot of people are talking about Coco the movie and Day of the Dead. We transformed the movie into a cake. Have you seen the Coco Movie trailer from Disney Pixar? I love the characters. We wanted to show you how to have your own Day of the Dead (dia de los
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We want you to learn to wrap your gifts in creative ways. From now on, the packaging will be very striking and bring a smile to any special person you want. Give your family or friends a gift and try all these ideas with different tricks. Here we show you everything you need to know.
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A group of Stanford Medicine scientists have been awarded approximately $10 million from the National Institutes of Health’s Autism Centers of Excellence program. The funding, announced by the NIH Sept. 6, will support research on the relationship between sleep dysregulation and autism symptoms. This is the first time Stanford University has been designated an Autism
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It’s estimated that 150,000 kids were sent to residential schools, and that legacy of neglect, lack of education and abuse is still being felt today. Residential schools for First Nations, Métis and Inuit kids were run by church organizations in partnership with the Canadian government from 1883 until 1969. Designed to force Indigenous children to
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SUBSCRIBE!! http://bit.ly/2hxBhU7 We are all about sneaking healthy into your kids summer popsicles. Here’s an amazing recipe what sneaks in coconut water and chia. FOLLOW ME! IG:https://www.instagram.com/vida_urbona… FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/vida.urbonas twitter: @vidaurbonas Add 2 Cups C20 Pure Coconut Water to a Microwavable Dish. (You can use it with coconut pulp or without) Heat it up in
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Nothing says Fall like Butternut Squash Soup. The apple makes it a total hit with the kids and the best part is you can make this soup ahead of time. Subscribe! http://bit.ly/sub2moms Want to contribute? Just launched!! http://bit.ly/InTheWUM Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/whatsupmoms Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/whatsupmoms Web Site: http://www.whatsupmoms.com INGREDIENTS – 1 butternut squash about 2 1/2 lbs (see
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On this occasion, we want to show you that cement can be transformed into a couple of beautiful home accessories. Anyone can use creativity to decorate your living room, bedroom, and backyard. Use these ideas as gardening hacks to keep your house trendy. Have fun with all these DIY projects that we have for you.
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There’s a new COVID-19 booster shot available that provides better protection against the variants that are currently circulating. It’s a bivalent shot, meaning it targets both the original strain of the virus and the highly contagious omicron subvariants ― including BA.5, the current dominant strain in the United States. Dr. Onyema Ogbuagu, an infectious diseases
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FINDINGS Women with COVID in pregnancy who are subsequently vaccinated after recovery, but prior to delivery, are more likely to pass antibodies on to the child than similarly infected but unvaccinated mothers are. Researchers who studied a mix of vaccinated and unvaccinated mothers found that 78% of their infants tested at birth had antibodies. Of
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The first large, real-world study of the effectiveness of mRNA COVID-19 vaccines during pregnancy found these vaccines, especially two initial doses followed by a booster, are effective in protecting against serious disease in expectant mothers whether the shots are administered before or during pregnancy. Pregnant women were excluded from COVID-19 mRNA vaccine clinical trials, so
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Having a newborn is magical moment, and it’s no surprise that you want to make sure your bundle of joy is completely healthy. So, it might be a concern when you start to hear some odd noises when they breathe. Dr. Maithilee Menezes, otolaryngologist at St. Louis Children’s Hospital, discusses the different types of breathing
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DELICIOUS FOOD HACKS FOR PARTIES AND SPECIAL OCCASIONS Cooking is for everyone, and even if you never cooked before, there are so many easy recipes for you to repeat! For example, today, we prepared for you a lot of delicious ideas and snack recipes that will blow you away. Do you know that chocolate is
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