baby health

  • Yoga and Pregnancy

    The little blue line confirms the presence of your new baby. A smile rises from within, igniting your whole being, and an aura of responsibility for another being suddenly takes hold of you. For the next nine months, you become entranced with and sensitive to your growing baby, awakened by each of their movements and hiccups.

    Prepare yourself physically and mentally for the birth of your baby
    By Mel Campbell
  • ABCs for Baby Skin

    Rookie parents, be warned. Your newborn baby’s skin is bound to erupt in some sort of rash during his or her first year—but don’t worry, because most of it is completely benign, says Johns Hopkins Children’s Center dermatologist (and mom) Kate Puttgen, MD.

    Learn how to identify and treat your newborn’s skin ailments
    By Cara Lucas
  • Cure Yourself...Naturally

    I am an adventurer by nature and when a natural remedy or method of healing comes to my attention, I jump right in and try it, as long as it seems safe. I have tried many different remedies through the years and found some that work and some that don’t. Here are some techniques and remedies I have found most effective. Luckily, they can be done with items right in your own home!

    Better health is closer than you think!
    by Carolyn Harrington
  • Keeping Baby Natural

    Do you remember when your mom or grandmother urged you to smother your newborn baby in scented lotions or oils to get that baby fresh smell? Although that “fresh baby” smell may have made grandma feel good, what did those lotions or oils do to your baby?

    Keep your baby clean and smelling great with natural products and common sense.
    Jenn Benson
  • Keeping Baby Natural

    Do you remember when your mom or grandmother urged you to smother your newborn baby in scented lotions or oils to get that baby fresh smell? Although that “fresh baby” smell may have made grandma feel good, what did those lotions or oils do to your baby?

    Keep our baby clean and smelling great with natural products and common sense.
    By Jenn Benson