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This week on Sharecare we’re helping you spot symptoms in your little one that may mean an ER trip, make smarter eating choices to cut calories and manage your psoriasis pains.  
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This week on Sharecare we’re filling you in on eight surprising migraine triggers, helping you slim down with activities that will torch calories and telling you how to keep your swimming pool ... Read More »
If you've been clear with your expectations about cursing, yet it still continues, it's time to set a consequence. Here are things to do for "repeat offenders:" Create a swear jar. Each time the ... Read More »
This week on Sharecare we’re giving you nine pointers to steer clear of sunscreen mistakes, giving you a behind-the-scenes look at the inner workings of an ER and filling you in on the bird flu ... Read More »
You need to be on the lookout for signs that other people may be mistreating your child, and nowhere is that more important than in the area of sexual abuse. Male offenders are more common than ... Read More »
It is hard to comprehend why anyone would abuse a child, least of all their parents. It is easy to judge; to say, "I would never do such a thing" but sometimes not easy to do. The only difference ... Read More »
Child abuse can be emotional abuse, psychological abuse, sexual abuse and physical abuse. Children are abducted and children are sold. The trauma of child abuse is life long and often remains in the ... Read More »
Studies show that it takes a minimum of 21 days for children -- and adults! -- to learn a new social skill. So help your child rehearse the skill until she can transfer (or use) the skill in real ... Read More »
After a report of child mental abuse, child welfare services will investigate the charge to determine the safety of the child's environment. The agency will work within legal guidelines to protect ... Read More »
Child mental abuse is devastating to the developing brain. Yelling, screaming, taunting, demeaning, and threatening all have a physiological effect on a child's developing brain structure.

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