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03/25/2017 at 12:17. Facebook
There are ways to conquer your cravings, but what about when your kids struggle to conquer theirs? Share some of these trigger tips with your kids. >>[ Link ]

Kids get cravings, too. Parents should share their nutrition know-how.
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03/24/2017 at 16:14. Facebook
Even though it's Spring, we are still seeing the flu going around. The flu is a virus (called influenza), therefore not treatable with antibiotics. Read this article so that you know how to diagnose symptoms and treat the flu in your children. >>[ Link ]

The Flu in Children | Ask Dr Sears
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03/23/2017 at 15:38. Facebook
Lead poisoning can still be a concern. It usually develops slowly over a long period of time when a child swallows or inhales small amounts of products containing lead. Keep your little ones away from these items. >>[ Link ]

How to Prevent Lead Poisoning
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03/21/2017 at 14:12. Facebook
In recognition of World Down Syndrome Day, Martha and I wanted to share this picture of us with our amazing son Stephen. Learn about this special day at [ Link ]
Ear infections in children are one of the most worrisome illnesses for both parents and children to go through, especially if they are frequent. Here’s a guide to help you understand why ear infections occur, how to best treat them, and most importantly, how you can prevent them from happening too often. >>[ Link ]

Ear Infections in Children | How to Identify & Treat Them
Has your child been sick and not able to consume enough liquids? Here are some signs and symptoms of dehydration that you should keep an eye out for so you know when to worry and when to not. >>[ Link ]

Dehydration Signs and Prevention | AskDrSears
You receive the dreaded call from your child’s school, “Your child has lice. Please come pick her up immediately.” You feel like the world’s worst parent, but you shouldn't! Here is helpful information to learn more about lice and what to look for. >>[ Link ]

Lice | Ask Dr Sears® | The Trusted Resource for Parents
What diet should you do? The one that works for you. Here is my personal diet and what I live by to stay healthy! [ Link ]
What can plants teach us about being healthy? The importance of movement. We can't just stay inside, we are far more likely to remain still, sitting in front of computers, televisions or other electronic devices for long periods of time without standing or moving. >>>[ Link ]
Our son Stephen is a healthy, happy and productive individual who brings tremendous joy to our family. Stephen also has Down Syndrome, so we find it disturbing that efforts are made to reduce the number of children with Down’s into the world. Please join us in signing a petition to stop discrimination by the United Nations against Down Syndrome babies. [ Link ]
We’re here to be a resource for you and your family! Visit our website to learn more about what is considered A.D.D. and how to work with your child on their behavior. [ Link ]

A.D.D. | Ask Dr Sears
There are 13 vitamins that are essential to humans, and vitamins are divided into two categories, according to the way the body absorbs them. Does your family consume them all?
Do you find yourself having to constantly hold and comfort your little one to calm them down? There is a difference between “Fussy” and “Colicky” babies and we want to make sure you know how to handle one versus the other. >>[ Link ]

Differences Between "Fussy" and "Colicky" Babies | Ask Dr Sears
What’s better than the feeling of helping others? Today, people are unhealthier than ever but can benefit from the guidance and education that Health Coaches provide. Join the Dr. Sears Wellness Institute for a free live webinar March 15th to learn about our holistic, science-based approach to health and wellness and how to become a Certified Health Coach so you can help others! [...
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We've all gone through it as a parent, the challenging toilet training. But what you might not know is there are some signs that a baby will do to let you know when he’s ready for toilet training. Keep an eye out for the signs explained in this article. >>[ Link ]

Toddler Toilet Training | Ask Dr Sears
Sometimes, the word “discipline” has a negative connotation but that isn’t always true! Learn what positive discipline is in this article. >>[ Link ]

Positive Discipline | Ask Dr Sears
Cherish your children and help them to become the person that they want to be. >>[ Link ]

12 Ways to Raise a Confident Child | Ask Dr Sears
Dr. Sears Wellness Institute teaches that an active lifestyle is an important part of a healthy life. How do you live an active lifestyle? >> [ Link ]

Active Lifestyle | Dr. Sears Wellness Institute
Nighttime can be scary for little people, so sometimes Mom and Dad’s bed seems like a safe place to them. Try these tips for getting your child to sleep in their own bed. >> [ Link ]

What’s your trick to getting your child to sleep in their own bed? We'd love to hear.

Getting Your Child to Sleep in Their Own Bed | Ask Dr Sears