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Going back to school is not always exciting like TV commercials might suggest.
Summer is drawing to a close and plans to get ready for school are in the air. School safety needs to be on that back-to-school list.
Many women experience the "baby blues" in the first couple of weeks after childbirth. With the baby blues, women may have trouble sleeping and mood swings, teary, and overwhelmed.
If your child has chronic stomach pain that can’t be explained by a medical condition, it might be worth talking to a mental health professional.
Postpartum depression hits when at a time when a woman is most vulnerable. She has been pregnant and uncomfortable for months. Chances are she hasn't had a decent night's sleep in months.
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