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Articles in Madeline Rathle, Party, Get Out of Town and Health and Wellness

What's Growing in Your Health History?

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Creating A Family Medical Tree... Read full article

No More Mosquitos!

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In South Louisiana mosquitos are more than just pests. They sometimes dictate our plans.... Read full article

Improve Your Life With Mint Health

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Change your life and find out how you can optimize your hormones, regain your zest for life, and restore your health, as well as pass better health on to your family.... Read full article

Top Tips For Infant Eye Health

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When it comes to the health of infants, nothing can be taken for granted.... Read full article

Stress-Free First Birthday Parties

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When Caroline Orange turned one year old, her mother, Lindsay, thought she was prepared. “We made sure we had a baby-sized cake just for her and we even laid out a big plastic mat for her to sit on while she ate it.”Unfortunately, when the delighte... Read full article



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What Children Really Need After Divorce

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Research shows that outcomes for children whose parents divorce are dismal, with several variables determining the future failure or success of the children within a divorced family.... Read full article

Smarter Lunches Eating in EBR Schools

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As parents, we naturally have some questions about our kids’ lunches. We know what they eat when we’re around to monitor, but during the school year? ... Read full article

Finding a Quality Daycare

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We've seen it on the news: a daycare worker caught on video abusing a child in her care. It's every parent's worst nightmare. According to the National Children's Alliance, nearly 700,000 American children are victims of abuse or neglect each year wi... Read full article

Understanding and Coping with the Holiday Blues

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When I was a child, I was obsessed with Christmas, like I suppose most kids are. But, I knew that when the song, “I’ll Be Home for Christmas” came on, things would get sad very quickly. As a first generation American, all I knew were small celebratio... Read full article

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