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Pregnancy & Postpartum Guide FI Revised

Charleston Pregnancy & Postpartum Guide

Finding out that you are pregnant can bring a rush of a million different feelings, thoughts, and plans. Once the initial shock and excitement starts to wear off, you may feel overwhelmed with the questions you have, and what comes next in this journey. It is our hope that with this resource guide, we are [...]
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4 Reasons to Start Orthodontic Treatment Early

4 Reasons to Start Orthodontic Treatment Early

*This post on orthodontic care is sponsored by Charleston Orthodontic Specialists. All opinions expressed are our own. It’s tough to think ahead to braces when your kids are still putting their baby teeth under their pillow, hoping for a couple dollars from the tooth fairy. But braces aren’t just for teenagers. Starting at the age of […]

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moms need magnesium

Moms Need Magnesium

Magnesium and moms go together like plants and phosphorous…a little biology (or gardening) analogy. Magnesium is essential for humans, but it is the mineral that we are most commonly deficient in. Are you feeling lethargic, irritable, having vertigo, or muscle/eye twitches? These are all signs that you may be magnesium deficient.   Take a magnesium […]

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Portrait of a little girl with orthodontic appliance .

Does My 7-Year-Old Really Need Braces?

*This post on orthodontic care is sponsored by Charleston Orthodontic Specialists. All opinions expressed are our own. Most people remember wearing braces during their high school years. If they were lucky, the braces came off just before senior portraits and graduation. Based on that experience, parents assume that their own children won’t need to see an […]

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When Bath Time Becomes Toxic

When Bath Time Becomes Toxic

I consider myself a savvy consumer, but as a mom who is constantly bombarded with advertisements about all natural, healthy, safe products, I had an eye opening experience when my little guy became plagued by a rash on his face. We went to the pediatrician who said it’s either eczema or an allergy. So, we […]

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An ode to my body

An Ode to My Body

I’ve been thinking of how to write this post for months. It’s extremely difficult, as I’m sure my readers can imagine, to write about such an important, yet touchy, topic. The female body, our bodies, whether you’re a mother that has given birth, a mother to fur babies, or no babies at all. We’ve all […]

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