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By: Amanda Lapidus, RD, BSc Today we enter week three of Nutrition Month and the theme of this week is to Prioritize Portions. In my work as a private practice dietitian many of my clients are familiar with what portion sizes are but struggle with how to feel satisfied once they’ve completed thos...

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By: Corey Etherington Quality definitely does count. The fresher the ingredients, the better the taste and the more my family eats! But – spending quality time spent with family also counts so I’m working on finding the balance between grocery shopping, working full time, and taking care of a tod...

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The seventh U.S. Democratic Debate was broadcast from Flint, Mich, Sunday night to spotlight the city’s ongoing health emergency. Residents of Flint have been living with a lead-contaminated water supply since 2014 because of a decision to divert the city’s water source to the Flint River in an effo...

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WhereParentsTalk.com is proud to announce our participation in Nutrition Month by tracking one family’s mission to eat healthier meals at home. We will update on their journey every week along with expert feedback on the concrete steps they are taking towards achieving their goal. I cook out of n...

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This March, Dietitians of Canada is inviting Canadians to make small improvements to their daily diet in celebration of Nutrition Month. The theme for the 2016 campaign is Take a 100 Meal Journey, signifying the roughly 100 meals Canadians eat over a 31-day period. WhereParentsTalk.com is proud t...

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Teaching a child how to advocate for themselves is one of the most important tools a parent can provide their youth, tween, pre-teen, teen or adult offspring. There is absolutely NO debate here, in my opinion. Understanding why this is integral is also important. Showing them how this is done is ...

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Pregnant and postpartum populations should be screened for signs of depression, according to a study by an influential U.S. panel. The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) updated its 2009 findings on depression screening for adults to include, for the first time, expectant and postnatal ...

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Whether you like it or not, giving birth exposes you to a myriad of tips and a mountain of advice courtesy of your fellow parents. From breastfeeding to sleep habits and everything in between, it seems everyone is an expert when it comes to surviving those postpartum days. I found myself on the r...
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What to eat when you're expecting. WhereParentsTalk TV's Andrea Howick talks to Jacquie Demers, Dietitian, on location at www.bellesmamans.ca.
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Lianne Castelino of whereparentstalk.com speaks to Sara Bingham, mother of 2 and founder of WeeHands about the merits of teaching a baby how to sign.