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How-to-Gently-Respond-to-Temper-Tantrums
Apr
30

How to Gently Respond to Temper Tantrums

No matter how calm or gentle you are with your child, there’s still a possibility that your child will throw temper tantrums. Here’s a list of ways you can tame your child’s tantrums.

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Parenting-Guide-for-Healthy-Child-Development
Apr
26

Parenting Guide for Healthy Child Development

Children go through different developmental stages. As parents, you need to expose your child to age-appropriate experiences that allow them to explore and learn from interacting with others.

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dietary guidelines for child and adolescent
Apr
5

Dietary Guidelines for 1- to 2-Year-Old

When your baby was still an infant, breast milk can give them all the nutrients they need for growth and development. But when it’s toddler time, be ready to start feeding a variety of foods.

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feeding guide for babys first year
Apr
5

Recommended Feeding Guide for the First Year of Your Baby

Babies need the right nutrients to grow strong and healthy. Making the appropriate food choices for your baby during their first year is critical in their overall development.

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WIC program california
Mar
4

How to Apply for WIC in California

The WIC program is available to anyone who lives in California and meets the program guidelines. Families can receive help regardless of their immigration status as long as they live in California.

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covid 19 vaccine
Feb
16

When Will the COVID-19 Vaccine Be Available for Children?

It may take some time before the vaccinations are available to the general public. But for children, it may be even longer.

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chdp program
Jan
27

Child Health Disability Prevention (CHDP) Program: Know Your Benefits

It is important to remember that many health problems can be prevented, corrected, or reduced in severity by prompt diagnosis and treatment. The CHDP program is funded to help in the early detection and prevention of health problems in children and youth from low-to-moderate income families.

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nosebleeds in children
Jan
15

Nosebleeds in Children Can Be Worse in the Winter

If you notice that your child is getting nosebleeds as of lately, it’s because nosebleeds are more frequent during winter.

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child-medical-care
Dec
22

When Should You Seek Medical Care for Your Child

Knowing how to recognize when your child needs medical attention is essential. Early recognition of symptoms and treatment can prevent an illness or injury from getting worse. 

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return to school
Dec
4

Return To School Amidst COVID-19 Pandemic

The school plays a vital role in a child’s development, helping them learn how to interact positively with other students and teachers. If your child has now started going back to school, these are some steps you can take to ensure their health and safety.

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