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Why does my baby Burp, Spit up and hiccup?

14th March 2012
Infants tend to get very uncomfortable when they swallow air during feedings. Although this is more common amongst bottle-fed babies, it can occur too, while a baby is breastfed. When you notice that your baby is fussy during a feeding, you should stop ... Read >
Author: _K_M_

What to Look Out for When Buying Baby Swing

07th March 2012
Your baby is colicky, screaming day and night. Do you have a baby, who is happy as ever, in Mommy’s hands, but as soon as you put him down, he pouts and yells. The laundry, dinner and dishes are waiting patiently, but your little buddy does not care. F... Read >
Author: _K_M_

How to Treat Stuffy Nose in Babies

03rd October 2011
3- Use Q- tips.If there are still stubborn bits that got stuck inside, use a Q-tip to wipe away the remaining obstruction. Do this as long as the bits are near the entrance of the nose. Don't let the Q-tips stay inside the nose for a long time since it ca... Read >
Author: MichelRobles

What Happens During a Triplets Delivery

08th June 2011
The delivery space will likely be crowded! Most triplet pregnancies are preterm (premature), approximately four to eight weeks early (32-36 weeks of gestation). A planned cesarean section delivery of triplets has probably not even been scheduled neverthel... Read >
Author: Reece Burgess

What Goes on During a Triplets Delivery

06th June 2011
The delivery room is going to be crowded! Most triplet pregnancies are preterm (premature), roughly 4 to eight weeks early (32-36 weeks of gestation). A planned cesarean section delivery of triplets has most likely not even been scheduled yet!Most triplet... Read >
Author: Reece Burgess

Simethicone – Is It Safe For Your Baby?

24th November 2010
If your baby’s pediatrician has prescribed a medication for your baby’s gas, you may be wondering what’s in it and is it okay for my baby. All moms and dads want to do what’s best for their baby, and knowing what medications are and how they may affect th... Read >
Author: tiffanywindhurst

Follow Steps to Boost ICD 9 Coding

18th August 2010
Your CPT codes should always be linked to a proper appropriate ICD-9 code, however, selecting the proper ICD-9 code for presenting problems versus underlying conditions can be challenging. Here are four steps to boost your ICD-9 coding: Step 1: Depend on... Read >
Author: James Smith

Getting Your Health Plan to Cover Your Massage Therapy Needs

14th July 2010
Some people in Lutz may think that getting a massage is too much of a luxury. True, some massage spa treatments can get expensive, but did you know your health plan can cover regular massage therapy treatments? Take this advice from one established massag... Read >
Author: Business Local

Infant Nasal Congestion - 4 Ways to Help Your Baby Breathe Easier

14th May 2010
It's hard to watch your infant when he's finding it hard to breathe through his nose because of nasal congestion. If congestion ever appears life threatening, call 911 immediately, and for chronic and severe cases of congestion we recommend consulting you... Read >
Author: Debbie

Doctor Salary How Much Does a Doctor Get Paid?

03rd March 2010
If people were to be honest about it, we could easily see how many of us wonder how much their doctor gets paid, especially after they shell out hundreds of dollars for a session with them. Now, not all doctors get paid as in a salary format-they take fee... Read >
Author: kimberly

How to Treat Fever in Teething Infants

16th February 2010
At times teething in baby brings in severe temperature. If the temperature in the body is 100 degrees and above, then it is better to consult a doctor immediately. However, there are some measures that can be taken if teething in infant shows some symptom... Read >
Author: Subhash Kandpal

Health Benefits of Owning a Pet: Children's Author Speaks Out

05th February 2010
Children's author, researcher, and humanitarian, Tina Turbin (http://TinaTurbin), celebrated for her children's series, Danny the Dragon, has emerged as a leading spokesperson for children's issues and health issues. In her book tours and volunteer work w... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Does Your Child Run Funny?

22nd January 2010
Are you one of the thousands of parents in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex and around the United States that is concerned about how your child runs or walks? Have you noticed that their feet and ankles turn in or out? Do you question your pediatrician on ... Read >
Author: Dr. Marybeth Crane

Drug Addiction Scenarios

07th September 2009
When you think of drug addiction, what kind of picture do you get in your mind? Do you see a person dressed in tattered clothes sitting in a rain soaked alley with needle in hand? Do you picture addiction in terms of a person begging on the street for mon... Read >
Author: Mervin Hester

Grammar correction harms language acquisition

09th April 2009
The standard way foreign languages are taught still involves very little speaking practice, rather a lot of translations from one's native to the target language and lots of grammar drill, outdated methods that do more harm than good. The problem with ... Read >
Author: Franz Rasch
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