You know the guidelines: Your kids should brush teeth twice a day with a fluoride toothpaste for two minutes to help prevent tooth decay, cavities and promote oral health. But how often do your kids actually brush for the full two minutes? To kids, two minutes can feel like an eternity!Read Full Story
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), tooth decay is the most common chronic infectious disease in children in the United States. It involves far more than just a painful cavity. Left untreated, tooth decay can lead to problems in speech, hearing, learning and social interaction. The good news is that teaching kids healthy habits early when it comes to nutrition and brushing can eliminate the threat of a cavity problem. Here are five ways to improve your child’s dental health.Read Full Story
It’s so much easier to get the kids ready in the morning when they have a routine. Well, the same holds true for you, Mom. Establishing a quick beauty routine will help you feel more pulled together, and will make your mornings run much more smoothly. Check out these morning beauty routines that work.Read Full Story
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