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what is the best treatment for posion ivy?

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Dr. John Munshower
Family Medicine 30 years experience
Avoidance: But once you get it, steroid creams and anti-itch medications like diphenhydramine (Benadryl) have been most effective in my experience. Good luck.

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Is it comfortable?: Ask yourself this- if you are not comfortable the latch is not correct. However briefly a good latch typically involves mom sitting upright with feet flat on the floor, no clothing in the way and baby at the same level of the breast. Introduce the areola (not nipple!) to the baby. The nipple should be tilted to the level of baby's nose. Baby's mouth should be open wide during sucking.
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Glass or plastic: You can use any bottle you choose, depending on what you believe to be the safest. Disposable bpa free drop-in bags are also a good option.
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What is the best way to clean our high chair?

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Soap and water: Just clean it after each use with mild soap and water. Better not to use any toxic cleaners.
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What's the best way to tone your butt and thighs in spare time?

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Glutes: I don't know what the best way is. But here is something very simple you can do to tone you butt as you are reading this response. When sitting squeeze and relax the gluteal muscles repeatedly.
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