A mother of two autistic children discusses her role of motherhood.
The birth of a child leads to many important decisions for parents, some of which begin in pregnancy: a baby's name, a health care provider for the mother, a delivery plan. One that will have long-lasting impact is your choice of a health care provider for your child. Once you've made that choice, the next crucial step is to establish a relationship with that provider, for in today's world both parents and providers play a role in keeping children healthy.
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Book bags and backpacks get quickly tossed aside and the
munchies take over when kids burst through the door after school.
If your child is home alone for an hour or two after school, how
can you make sure their snacks are safe from foodborne bacteria
and they are protected from dangers in the kitchen?
When cooking with children, it's best to teach them the
right way from the start. That's the way to develop safe food
handling, preparation and cooking skills early, according to
Kansas State University nutritionist Kathy Walsten.
An infant's skin is sensitive and can experience numerous
changes and conditions in the first few weeks of life. Parents
may be concerned by their bundle-of-joy's less than perfect skin,
but a dermatologist can evaluate and determine which conditions
will resolve themselves and which may need additional