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Measles Virus: A Real, But Preventable Disease

  By Vicki M. Porges, MD Downtown Pediatrics-Tribeca   As a pediatrician I am committed to being an advocate for children’s health. As Pediatricians we aim to practice “preventive” medicine. We have the benefit of making a difference early on and caring for children right from birth to try and give them …

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Why I use Bamboobies Nursing Products (plus 20% off coupon)

  By Norah Walrod Being a new mom requires learning about all sorts of things.  Deciphering cries, how to live on only a few hours of sleep and breast feeding to name a few. It took my baby, Scarlett, and I a few days to figure out how to work together on …

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Your NYC Neighbors: Dawn & Tara from Rattled Expo

Your NYC Neighbor – is a way of introducing New Yorkers to a rich community of savvy parents. New York is a diverse City bustling with all kinds of families and personalities. We also love to grab tips and recommendations from moms and dads in certain neighborhoods and throughout the 5 …

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Your NYC Neighbor: Laura Deutsch from Mommybites

  Your NYC Neighbor – is a way of introducing New Yorkers to a rich community of savvy parents. New York is a diverse City bustling with all kinds of families and personalities. We also love to grab tips and recommendations from moms and dads in certain neighborhoods and throughout the …

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Wednesday Baby: Simplicity Parenting, less is more

I’m reading this book. I try not to read too many parenting books but this one almost leapt off the library bookshelf at me yesterday. It’s been a while since I actually checked out a library book for … me. Three years in fact. I renewed my card and took …

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Vivien Sabel’s The Blossom Method: The Revolutionary Way to Communicate with Your Baby from Birth

  Guest Post by Vivien Sabel, 2013   Take a little time to look … In this fast moving world where technology overwhelms us and as parents we have so much to do I want to encourage you to take time away from Twitter, Pinterest and Facebook etc., to simply …

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