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    Flowers Fall

    Flowers Fall

    Picking and Choosing: Mindful Eating for Kids and Families Feeding my fabulously finicky toddler has been a challenge, to say the least. The more she resists my efforts, the more frustrated I become. Our positions quickly get fixed into the classic power struggle: me the desperate mother, filled with a craving to feed, and she the indifferent Noodles, please! toddler. Buddhism is actually filled with teachings on mindful eating, but there isn’t much on the nitty-gritty of raising a mindful...

    Happy Baby Equals Happy Parents – Highlands Ranch Herald in Colorado

    Happy Baby Equals Happy Parents – Highlands Ranch Herald in Colorado

    By Chris Michlewicz, Staff Writer 10/19/2007 Being a first-time parent can be daunting. That’s why one woman made it her mission to teach the essentials of raising a happy baby. Nikki Wellensiek, owner BirthPro, is introducing Douglas County residents to a program known as the “Happiest Baby on the Block.” The class teaches parents to apply proper calming techniques to sooth a crying baby. Wellensiek, a parenting workshop instructor at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Denver, created her business to teach...

    Flu Season 2010-11: What to Know to Stay Healthy

    Flu Season 2010-11: What to Know to Stay Healthy

    To ward off the virus, get a flu shot now. There’s no need to miss school or work this flu season By Angela Haupt Posted: August 26, 2010 Perhaps no flu season in recent memory has been as hyped and harrowing as last year’s, when swine flu infected millions and vaccine shortages led to long lines and frustration. As a new flu season dawns, and students head back to school, the latest vaccine—which protects against three strains of flu expected...

    Clashing data bombards new parents as old-school ideas fall by the wayside

    Clashing data bombards new parents as old-school ideas fall by the wayside

    Once upon a time, there was just one voice of authority on how to raise children, and his name was Dr. Benjamin Spock. Those days are gone. Starting in 1946, a whole generation of baby boomers were raised on advice from the avuncular pediatrician, whose book “Baby and Child Care” sold nearly 750,000 copies the first year alone — without advertising. But ask Jonah Davenport, father of a 2-year old, if he’s ever read Dr. Spock, and the Washington, D.C.,...

    A Pediatrician With A Following – Doctor Offers Steps to Calm Crying Babies in Connecticut

    A Pediatrician With A Following – Doctor Offers Steps to Calm Crying Babies in Connecticut

    Dawn Roy says she owes her sanity to Dr. Harvey Karp. While other parents pull their hair out trying to quiet a colicky baby, Roy said, Karp’s suggestions for tapping into her fussy baby’s “calming reflex” worked like a charm when her son Jacque was just a few months old and crying until the cows came home. A California pediatrician and assistant professor of pediatrics at the UCLA School of Medicine, Karp is coming to Connecticut on Wednesday to share...

    Cracking The Autism Riddle: Common Sense About Vaccines And Autism

    Cracking The Autism Riddle: Common Sense About Vaccines And Autism

    All sorts of arguments are thrown around to persuade parents that shots threaten their children with autism. I’d like to discuss 4 of the commonly repeated concerns, 3 flawed…and 1 that I think has merit. 1) Too many shots can overwhelm a child and cause autism. No! Babies get more vaccines today than 30 years ago, but if you think that means more things are injected into their young bodies…you’d be wrong! That’s because immunizations today are much more purified...