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Examining The Egg: How And Why You Should Appreciate Gifts From Hens

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The humble egg is a frugal choice for your plate, and it is packed with nutrition. It has also been a controversial food as health professionals vacillated over whether the egg should be valued or vilified. Before outdated admonitions guilt you out of savoring an egg with your next breakfast, get the facts and understand how to get the most out of eggs without jeopardizing your health. Protein Powerhouse Eggs are an excellent source of protein, which you take in when you eat the albumen, or white portion, of the egg and the egg’s yolk. Read More»

Before And After Baby's Two-Month Immunizations: Tips To Help Ease Discomfort

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The first set of immunizations after your baby is born can be a rough experience for you and your baby. During the appointment, your baby is expected to receive three to five needle sticks and a liquid vaccination. Here are some tips for what you can do before and after the visit to the pediatrician to help ease your baby’s discomfort.   Before There are a few things you can do prior to your baby receiving an immunization that can help him or her experience less discomfort. Read More»

5 Birth Control Options For Breastfeeding Mothers

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Breastfeeding can give a mother and child a chance to bond, and breast milk is full of important nutrients that a baby needs to grow and thrive. But many breastfeeding mothers worry about birth control, and few women want to become pregnant again soon after giving birth. While some birth control methods, such as hormonal birth control with estrogen, are not compatible with breastfeeding, as they can decrease a woman’s milk supply, there are a number of options available for mothers who want to protect against pregnancy while breastfeeding. Read More»