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Optimized Nutrition for kids by Sabine Fleschutz
Optimized Nutrition for kids: - Fit for playing - fit for school - fit for life http://www.wellness-shop24.com/?TP=140119&cid=239&Code=0104PC019 Regard Sabine
September 20th 03 06:29 PM
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Drug Enforcement Agency: Methylphenidate (Ritalin) by F Troop
"Mark D Morin" wrote in message ... evidence for this assertion? That's rich. Yet another clown who never provides cites for any of the ludicrous assertions he makes requesting others provide him what he doesn't provide.
September 20th 03 02:51 PM
by Mark D Morin Go to last post
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VACCINES: THE PRICE MAY BE TOO HIGH by Dr. Keith Scott-Mumby by Jeff
Garbage Deleted. This is an ad for a homeopathic book. How stupid can you be? Jeff
September 20th 03 04:55 AM
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Let's stop poisoning our children. by rkondracki
Replace dangerous...even poisonous...household products with child-safe, nontoxic products. Save money as well. Please visit: http://www.ecofriendlyhome.com Ecofriendlyhome Promoting Safer Products
September 20th 03 04:38 AM
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stool frequency by utkanbir
Hi Everybody, I have a 1,5 years son. He looks very healty , energetic . But this stool frequency of 4-5 in a day makes me wonder whether there is something wrong with him. Is this normal? What's the normal stool frequency? He does not eat much . Sometimes especially at nights he does not want...
September 20th 03 02:19 AM
by Jeff Go to last post
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Article in Today's Parent (Canadian mag) about baby formula (crossposted) by Corrine
http://www.todaysparent.com/baby/breastfeeding/article.jsp?content=20030807_ 101250_216 -- Corrine Mahar-Sylvestre Quinte Doula Service ~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~ ~Women have known these things since the beginning of time... we just forgot to tell each other for a while.~
September 19th 03 02:10 AM
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!PROBLEM--baby and STD's by Chive mynd
I have seven month old baby girl. My wife's best friend was diagnosed with genital herpes. Best friend babysits once a week. Best friend isn't the brightest bulb. Is there any risk of passing herpes or any other STD, to a baby through the kind of normal contact you'd have with a baby?
September 19th 03 01:58 AM
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Mystery MILITARY deaths fuel vaccine anxieties by john
http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=34608 Tuesday, September 16, 2003 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- IN THE MILITARY Mystery deaths fuel vaccine anxieties Pentagon accused of mislabeling adverse reactions, won't share autopsy...
September 18th 03 07:27 PM
by Robert McCarty Go to last post
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How to help keep your children from missing school by IndoorAirGuy
Dear Friend, Did you know the EPA has labeled indoor air pollution as our Nation's #1 Pollution Problem? The place we call home, our castle is making us miserable, and we don't even realize it! It's Crazy! Ask Yourself the following questions... a.. How many members in your family wake up...
September 18th 03 06:52 PM
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alepcia by Lindacrc
I have a teen girl with alepcia (hair loss). She's had it all her life, and after taking her to doctors, they do not have a cure. It didn't bother her while she was young, but now that she is ready to date, it bothers her very much. Most of the boys have only seen her with a wig on, and she's...
September 18th 03 08:01 AM
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NJ Ledge - Spare the soda and strengthen the bones by [email protected]
http://www.nj.com/news/ledger/index.ssf?/base/news-10/1063779209157270.xm Spare the soda and strengthen the bones Mayo Clinic study finds rise in forearm fractures among teens may be tied to lack of milk Wednesday, September 17, 2003
September 18th 03 05:18 AM
by William A. Noyes Go to last post
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contact with TB by daye
My daughter is 4 months, and we are looking for a babysitter. One lady came to us. She told us she had TB 2 years ago, but now she's fully recovered. Is that a threat to my baby's health? Thank you very much for any information. -daye
September 18th 03 02:44 AM
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Kids, tummy aches, and OTC remedies...? by Mark Probert
"David Whitney" wrote in message ... All: My wife and I are at (extreme) odds over the proper way to handle a tummy ache in our 7-year-old son. She grew up with a mom who is a nurse and is predisposed to...
September 17th 03 04:58 PM
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Naturopathic hebalism by john
http://www.800herbdoc.com/nhpbooks.html cured aids, don't tell the allopaths
September 17th 03 12:22 PM
by Jeff Go to last post
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Help--babysitting opinions needed by Jeff
Not only would I not allow Belazair around Eva when she is with the baby; I don't think I would allow Eva around the baby unless you are there. She either has a lot of growing up to do or very poor judgement. Or both. Jeff
September 17th 03 03:06 AM
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childbirth without insurance by 1qa2ws
Hi, I live in St. Louis (Mossouri). Do you know something about any possibilities to birth a child without having any insurance? Maybe you know if there is something similar to PCAp in NYC or MassHealth in MA in Missouri state? We cannot buy any insuarce, becouse it is after conception. Daniel
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September 17th 03 01:25 AM
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Ritalin In Your Child's Backpack? by Mark Probert
Ritalin In Your Child's Backpack? http://wcco.com/health/health_story_251110740.html Sep 8, 2003 10:05 am US/Central NEW YORK (CBS) For many parents, back-to-school preparations don't mean just stocking up on pencil boxes; it also means buying prescription drugs for a hyperactive child. Dr....
September 16th 03 01:58 PM
by Mark Probert Go to last post
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Using family radios or walkie talkies in lieu of baby monitors by Tripp Knightly
I recently purch'd 2 diff sets of baby monitors (both 49 & 900 Mhz). Both were susceptible more than I liked to interference from, ie, neighbor's babies (god bless 'em) and cordless phones. Seems to me a better route to go might be to use family radios / walkie talkies. Key benefits would be: a)...
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September 16th 03 05:57 AM
by Phil Stripling Go to last post
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So, diabetes only strikes fat people eh? NOT by Jim Ledford
Jenny wrote: I became a type II diabetic long before I had a weight problem, developed the weight problem as a result of blood sugar swing-induced hunger, I was just asking someone if they thought the blood sugar swing was somehow responsible for inducing hunger. lost the weight,
September 15th 03 09:45 PM
by Dr Chaos Go to last post
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small boy by Anneleen
Hi you all! I was wondering whether anyone here has some more experience about kids small for their age. I remarried and now have a 9th grade stepson.I also have a 5th grade daughter of my own. I especially worry about my stepson. He really is exceptionnally tiny and thin for a 9th grader. He's...
September 15th 03 12:22 PM
by Tsu Dho Nimh Go to last post
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