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Nap Nanny recalled after Infant Death

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), in cooperation with Baby Matters LLC, of Berwyn, Pa., recently announced the voluntary recall of Nap Nanny(r) portable baby recliners. CPSC is investigating a report of a 4-month-old girl who died in a Nap Nanny(r) that was being used in a crib. For more information and product images, visit: http://bit.ly/byGIRt

Teen drinking: It’s illegal—and dangerous

From the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. Graduation is a time to celebrate. But before your graduate—high school or college—heads out to a party, take the time to talk with him or her about alcohol. It just may save a life...

Meet the Sellers': The family that stays healthy together

Meet the Sellers': The family that stays healthy together

Nicole is a personal trainer at the West Shore YMCA. She shares her secrets to healthy living with Central Penn Parent...

Finding the Time

Finding the Time

Living and eating organically takes time. I won’t argue that isn’t true—in the beginning. You have to take the time to read labels, ask questions, and shop in new places. The first thing many people say is “I haven’t got time.” Here’s the thing, none of us has the time. We make the time. If it’s important you will make the time. I tell this to my husband when he says he has no time to workout, yet hits the snooze button three...

Why your Child's Tummy May Hurt

A run-down of what my be causing your child's stomach problems and warning signs for potentially serious issues.

Frozen Chicken Nuggets Recalled

Perdue Farms is recalling frozen chicken nuggets because some may contain pieces of plastic. The recall includes 1-pound, 13-ounce bags of "GREAT VALUE Fully Cooked Chicken Nuggets." The establishment number on the recalled nuggets is P-33944. The case code on the bag is: 89008 A0160.

Dear Readers: October, 2010

Now we can’t live without the Internet and our smartphones – which give us the ability to go online anytime, anyplace. It’s a blessing to have so much information at our fingertips, but it can also be a curse.

Stress Fractures: A cause for concern in student athletes?

When head injuries occur

Much attention has been given to sports-related head injuries, but questions still exist as to what happens to a child’s brain after sustaining a sports-related concussion. The American Academy of Pediatrics has been studying sports-related head injuries

Battery-related injuries and deaths increase

A recent study conducted by Dr. Toby Litovitz of the National Capital Poison Center, found that button battery-related incidents resulting in severe injury and fatality have increased sevenfold since 1985. Incidents most often involve children younger than 4 years old and senior citizens.





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