blog-veggies

Kids and Nutrition: Making Vegetables Taste Good

Getting kids to eat vegetables is not always an easy task. Because they are low in calories, sugar, fat, and... Read full post »
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Nutrition Therapy – Dietitians Practicing What They Teach

Have you ever wondered if your doctor or member of your medical team would choose the same treatment they recommend... Read full post »
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Research: Is There a Link Between Pre-Term Birth and Calcium Deposits?

We often don’t know why a baby is born preterm. What caused the mother’s contractions to begin early? What caused... Read full post »
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Bed Bugs 101

Yuck. This week four Ohio cities made a list no one wants to be on. “Don’t Let the Bed Bugs... Read full post »
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New Guidelines: Early Introduction of Peanut to Prevent Peanut Allergy

Why the New Recommendations? Prior recommendations for parents and pediatricians were to avoid introduction of peanut until after 3 years... Read full post »
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How to Be Prepared for Cold Weather Emergencies

When the weather turns frigid, it is important to remember how to protect your family from dangerous temperatures and wind... Read full post »
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Can We Trust Medical Information from Mainstream Media?

I recently gasped in shock as I read an editorial printed in a major newspaper outlet that contained gross inaccuracies... Read full post »
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Our Top 10 Posts of 2016

It is time, once again, to reflect on the last year and thank the many contributors to 700 Children’s (we... Read full post »