What I’ve Learned Living Without a Credit Card for Six Years

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Proper Dosing of Acetaminophen

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How to Help Seniors Overcome Holiday Blues

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The gift you must give yourself this holiday – acceptance

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Baby Proofing

What You Need to Know About Toy Recalls

I was talking to some friends this weekend about the recall of the Easy Bake Oven – one of my absolute favorite toys growing up. I was amazed to find out how many of my friends with teenage daughters still have their Easy Bake Ovens in a closet somewhere.  The same was true for the […]

Hey Mom — Who Are You Sleeping With?

On Tuesday a 7 1/2 month-old baby died when he rolled between a bed mattress and a wall. A U.S. Consumer Products Safety Commission survey revealed that there are, on average, 64 deaths per year of children under the age of 2 from sleeping in an adult bed.  This is a tragedy that hits close […]

Does Congress Really Care About Our Kids?

Last year, U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla) introduced legislation to help protect our children around pools.  It failed by nine votes during the last few hours the House of Representatives was in session.  Rep. Wasserman Schultz is now reintroducing the bill.  Entitled The Pool and Spa Safety Act (HR 1721), the legislation would provide […]