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Seven Healthy Games That You Should Play Even If You Are Out Of Your Teens

Health is everything. To enjoy life to its fullest you need to be healthy. A great way to stay healthy and have fun at the same time is to play sports and games that are good for you. The next big question that comes to mind is that what games you should play. So we have prepared a list of some sports and games that you should check out.

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5 Things to Consider When Fixing A Ventilation System In Your House

Whether you're trying to make sure your family stays toasty in the winter or are looking to keep them comfortable in the summer, a ventilation system in your home is a vital part of everyday life. When these systems start acting up, it can feel overwhelming to fix. If you're worried about pollution inside or you're experiencing a more obvious fault in your home ventilation system, there are a few things to consider before you call in your local HVAC specialist.

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Take Back Your Sleep: A Survival Guide for Dads

The phrase "young kids at home" tends to go hand in hand with "we're not sleeping well." Between midnight feedings, potty-training accidents, nightmares, teenager mischief, and bouts of the stomach flu, it might feel like you'll never get a full night's sleep again. Unfortunately, you have a job, which means you need to function even when your family isn’t sleeping well. Don't despair, Dad. There are a few tips you can incorporate to get a little closer to those coveted seven to nine hours a night that experts recommend––yes, it’s possible

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The Unapologetic “Gaming Dad”

In the mid 90’s, I grew up an avid gamer. In the age of the arcade game, I would scour my usual haunts for opponents to “play for quarters” (a double-down investment where your opponent uses a quarter to play and pays you a quarter if you win). Before the rise of the internet and the subsequent explosion of multiplayer games, I sat home mastering the single-player button mashes and game codes that will forever be attached to my childhood.

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Jimmy Fallon Takes One Large Step For Infertility

The late-night host’s admission that daughter Winnie Rose was conceived via a surrogate will help remove the shroud of secrecy and judgment that surrounds infertility. In his popular “Thank You Notes” segment on a recent episode, Jimmy Fallon wrote the following note to Prince George.....

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What You Don't Know About A GentleBirth Dad

What you don't know about a GentleBirth Dad. You hear a lot of Moms on pregnancy forums throwing out comments about how their partners will act in labor. Examples being “I hope he doesn’t annoy me” or "faint”: These are rarely concerns GentleBirth Moms have regarding the abilities...

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6 Parenting Tips For Busting the Body Image Blues

We teach them to look both ways before they cross the street, not to stick metal things in the electrical outlet and not to give personal information to strangers. As a parent encountering body image issues, “Don’t go down the alley!” becomes “That scale doesn’t define you!”

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Should You Expect Your Newborn To Sleep Through The Night?

Should your newborn be expected to sleep through the night? No! You should not expect your newborn baby to sleep through the night when you bring him or her home from the hospital. Newborns are not meant to sleep through the night and they are most certainly not meant to have feedings withheld in order to try to achieve that goal.

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Is The New Wearable Baby Monitor Set To Take The Worry Out Of Parenting?

WSJ recently featured an article in their “Venture Capitalist Dispatch” blog titled The ‘Quantified Baby’: Rest Devices Aims to Popularize Wearable Infant Monitor.”  The blog post described a new wearable physiological baby-monitoring device that is set to hit markets in 2014. 

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Tips For Surviving The End Of Daylight Saving Time!

Typically, the idea of time falling back an hour leaves one feeling happy and excited for that extra hour of sleep.  For all you parents who know better I can see you shaking your heads.  This time of year brings cooler weather, costumes and candy and this is just the prequel to the rest of the holiday season.

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It’s National SIDS Awareness Month!

October is national SIDS awareness month and although it’s being highlighted this month, it’s important to stay educated and diligent all year.  Here are tips, guidelines and recommendations to keep your little ones safe and reduce the occurrence of SIDS.

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Sleep Questions? We Can Help! Ask our Sleep expert this Friday

A great way to get started, trouble shoot and prevent small milestones or issues from becoming big sleep roadblocks is to tackle questions and problems right when they arise. Join our sleep expert from Anytime Sleep Consulting for "Free Question Friday" and knock out those sleep issues today!

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The Truth Behind Sleep Training

True or False? Sleep training is just leaving your child to cry by itself. The answer to this myth is in fact FALSE. Sleep Training is a multi-layered process of helping to teach your child how to sleep uninterrupted all night long as well as take consistently long daily naps.  

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No, Adrian Peterson. It is Not OK to Beat a Child With a Stick

Last week Adrian Peterson, Running Back for the Minnesota Vikings, was indicted by a Grand Jury in Texas for Child Abuse. While discussing it with various people, I have been absolutely stunned by those putting up a defense. Not just defending Peterson, but actually defending the practice of beating a child with a stick

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