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Babies & Toddlers Sleep Issues

Managing Daylight Time Changes Adapted from an article by Jennifer Humora According to the National Sleep Foundation there are steps you can take this fall and spring to minimize the affects of daylight saving time in your family. Each spring […]

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Stay safe walking/biking to school

Bike Helmets   Children’s Hospital 10Mobile, travels throughout San Diego 365 days a year providing information on proper dental hygiene, developmental milestones, asthma prevention, home-alone safety tips and literacy; and services

Earthquake Preparation: Are You Ready?

Disaster Kit Place all supplies in a container. Store kit in a convenient location. All family members should know where it is stored. It is great to keep a

Head Lice Information

Head Lice Information   Keeping a "Heads Up" on Head Lice By William Hitchcock, MD Head Lice infestation is a fact of life for school aged children and preschoolers. The lice, also

Health Insurance Tips

Understanding Your Benefits --submitted by Dawn Hampton, Ph.D. Organizational Services 1) Be an active participant in your own healthcare and follow instructions as closely as possible. Take a notebook to

Parent Alert! New Safety Belt Law

Governor Brown just signed a brand-new booster seat law that becomes effective January 1, 2012. Existing law requires a child under 6 years of age who weighs less than 60

Toll Free Hotline Numbers

Product Safety/Recall Info U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission 800-638-2772 or Child Care Numbers National Child Care Association 800-543-7161 National Resource Center for Health & Safety in Child Care 800-598-KIDS Childcare Aware Hotline

Water Watchers – How to keep your child safe in and around the water

Watch Out Water By Celeste Raver-Luning Regional Manager, Noonan Family Swim School, Inc. Each year as the weather warms up and “Sunny San Diego” lives up to its name, we all flock

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