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Cough Syrup Addiction: Still a Present Danger for Teens

Cough Syrup Addiction: Still a Present Danger for Teens

| December 25, 2013 | 0 Comments

Cough Syrup Addiction: Still a Present Danger for Teens Most people have heard the news over the last few years that cough syrup addiction has become a large trend among teenagers. This led to legislation that now makes it next to impossible for anyone to get their hands on this medication without being at least […]

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Kids and Dogs: What to Know About Potential Attacks

Kids and Dogs: What to Know About Potential Attacks

| December 23, 2013 | 0 Comments

Kids and Dogs: What to Know About Potential Attacks Kids and dogs go together like peanut butter and jelly, so it’s only natural that a dog is the nation’s favorite family pet. Dog ownership can not only teach your children responsibility, but also how to love and care for something. However, there is also a […]

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Busy Busy! Help Your Baby Meet her Milestones

Busy Busy! Help Your Baby Meet her Milestones

| December 23, 2013 | 0 Comments

Busy Busy! Help Your Baby Meet Her Milestones The first two years of your baby’s life will definitely be some of her busiest. During this time of growing and learning, your baby will be expected to hit a series of milestones that could indicate how well she is developing. Like most parents, you may worry […]

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Baby Whisperer: Helping Baby Relax

Baby Whisperer: Helping Baby Relax

| October 23, 2013 | 0 Comments

Baby Whisperer: Helping Baby Relax A new baby brings much joy to any household. Both new parents and babies, however, can find the process of human life challenging at times. To a baby, environment is everything. As soon as a child is born, they must adapt to new surroundings. Not only is this perplexing for […]

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5 Smart Ways to Bolster Baby’s Intelligence

5 Smart Ways to Bolster Baby’s Intelligence

| October 23, 2013 | 0 Comments

5 Smart Ways to Bolster Baby’s Intelligence Innovative toys and products can provide a learning foundation for your infant. You can begin this process before birth by reading to your infant while in the mother’s womb. After birth, you can introduce a number of toys and objects that can encourage stimulation and promote learning with […]

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Engaging Baby Activities: How to Stimulate Early Learning and Development

Engaging Baby Activities: How to Stimulate Early Learning and Development

| October 12, 2013 | 0 Comments

You may not think your baby can do much more than eat and sleep after birth. However, early learning begins immediately after they are born. Parents can aid in a child’s growth and development by ensuring that they are properly stimulated. The following activities can engage your infant and help them to learn. Visual Development […]

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5 Tips to Make Halloween the Safest Night of the Year for Trick or Treaters

5 Tips to Make Halloween the Safest Night of the Year for Trick or Treaters

| September 9, 2013 | 0 Comments

5 Tips to Make Halloween the Safest Night of the Year for Trick or Treaters Halloween is a fun and exciting holiday for children with carved pumpkins, haunted houses and trick or treating. Getting your home’s exterior ready for the little ghost and goblins can ensure their safety when they visit your home in their […]

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Has the Rise in Fatal Football Injuries Taken the Fun Out of This Sport?

Has the Rise in Fatal Football Injuries Taken the Fun Out of This Sport?

| August 24, 2013 | 0 Comments

Has the Rise in Fatal Football Injuries Taken the Fun Out of This Sport? There’s nothing like the proud feeling that parents have when their son throws a winning pass or makes a touchdown for his high school football team. In recent years, the proud feeling has been fading after parents witness their children getting […]

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| April 13, 2013

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Giving Away 6 Tickets to Your Natural Baby Fair

Giving Away 6 Tickets to Your Natural Baby Fair

| March 30, 2013 | 0 Comments

We have 6 tickets we are giving away as a pack to this year’s Your Natural Baby Fair on Saturday April 27th. To Enter: Retweet and Favorite this tweet on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SDnorth/status/318189772285820928 We will announce the winner Saturday April 6th. Download PDF Of This Page

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Is My Baby’s Head Normal?

Is My Baby’s Head Normal?

| February 21, 2013 | 0 Comments

Today, many more babies have flat spots on their heads than 20 years ago. In fact, it is now common to see babies out in public wearing orthotic helmets and to hear stories about their courses of physical therapy. Diagnosis of positional plagiocephaly and often-concurrent torticollis, two mostly preventable conditions, is on the rise. What […]

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Interview with Coach John Kentera

Interview with Coach John Kentera

| December 11, 2012 | 0 Comments

I had the honor and privilege of interviewing Coach John Kentera! I’d like to think of him as the golden voice of radio. For all of you who are not familiar with Coach Kentera (shame on you, just kidding), he is a sports radio broadcaster for XX1090 am radio. XX1090 is the home of the […]

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Children and Organics: Why Organic foods are important for growing bodies

Children and Organics: Why Organic foods are important for growing bodies

| November 26, 2012 | 0 Comments

As organic foods become more and more popular, debates wage on about the benefits of buying organic. Research results seem to vary. Some studies have found that organic foods have higher levels of Vitamin C and other anti-oxidants in them, while others have shown no difference in the nutritional value of organic vs. conventional food. […]

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KUSI news to cover local schools event

KUSI news to cover local schools event

| November 15, 2012 | 0 Comments

Palmquist Roadrunners, an elementary school in Oceanside, are finding inspiration from an American record setting 5k runner who won the 75-79 year old age bracket in the Carlsbad 5000

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