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BabyTriana Weblog Entries for 2012

Pedro Manuel Salado: The Ultimate Hero

Tuesday, April 10, 2012By Pablo

Our post today is a tribute to the life of Pedro Manuel Salado, a man worthy of our deepest admiration. During his life he anonymously earned enough merits to deserve our commendation, but it was obviously the news about his heroic death that made me and others aware of his remarkable life and prompted me to write this post.

Pedro was a missionary who devoted his life to help others. For the last 14 ...

Introducing the Protected Baby Book

Sunday, February 12, 2012By Pablo

BabyTriana is happy to announce the launch of the Protected Baby Book, a new feature that gives more options relative to the security properties of your baby website.

In most cases, online baby book services offer you two options in terms of privacy:

  1. Public website, accessible to anyone without restrictions.
  2. Private website with access restricted to authorized accounts or visitors with knowledge of a password or passphrase.

With BabyTriana you ...

Chiropractic for treatment of children ear infection: Choosing a Pediatric Chiropractor

Sunday, January 15, 2012By Pablo

Although the literature to support the effectiveness of chiropractic care in treating ear infections (otitis media) is for the most part inconclusive, there are no doubt many success stories out there. For example, there are many news stories and video clips posted on YouTube of people very happy with the results.

If you read our previous article analyzing the pros and cons of pediatric chiropractic and are considering this approach on your child it ...

Chiropractic for treatment of children ear infection

Wednesday, January 11, 2012By Alicia

Chiropractic is a rather unknown alternative for the treatment of recurrent ear infections (otitis media). Have you been told that your child needs ear tubes because of recurrent ear infections that may or may not respond to antibiotics? If so, you may want to consider chiropractic before undergoing a surgery that —though relatively safe— always involves an inherent risk as it requires your child to be placed under general anesthesia.

When fluid remains ...

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