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Working on my Resolutions — With Help From Pinecrest

January rolls around so quickly every year and if you’re like me, I think I need to do a better job with eating healthy, working out consistently, saying no more

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What’s Your Child’s Natural Talent? Encourage it!

Imagine standing in a downward flowing mountain stream. (I say “downward flowing” because streams only flow one way. Down.) As you stand in the stream, you demonstrate your natural talent

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Beyond Breastfeeding Basics: Tips to Prepare New & Expectant Nursing Mothers

If you intend to breastfeed your baby, learn some helpful information to prepare you for the process, as a certified lactation counselor offers six tips to help new and pregnant moms succeed and reach their feeding goals. ...
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Guiding Kids Toward Independence at Every Age

Coaxing a baby to use a spoon for the first time, teaching a kindergartener to tie a shoe, or practicing parallel parking with a teen — these routine parenting

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RSV and babies

Keep RSV at Bay

While respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) might mean a runny nose and cough for most people, for newborns, the elderly, and others with chronic health conditions, it could be much more

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The Number 1 Thing to do Before Buying an Annual Membership

About a week ago, my friend invited the twins and me on a visit to an amazing museum in Cleveland. Given that it was a holiday, I asked her if

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Great Toys for Kids: Transportation Edition

With two young sons (currently ages 3 and 5), I’ve become somewhat of a self-proclaimed expert when it comes to toys of certain genres (dinosaurs, for example). Topping

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Not the Q Word!

Your child has been playing a sport for years. You have invested so.much.money. They’ve played on numerous teams that have involved traveling all over the world ( or so it

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7 Amazing Uses for a Garage

When you think of a garage, your mind will probably immediately associate it with car storage. There’s no denying that most garages are indeed used to shelter vehicles from the

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Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center Parent Tip of the Week

Why Should I Read to My Toddler?

Reading aloud is an important way to help your child make the transition from infancy into their toddler years. Between the ages of 1 and 3, your child will have triumphs and challenges. Studies show that children with an active exposure to language have social and educational advantages over their peers — and reading is one of the best ways to expose your child to language. ...
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