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Light the Park in Farragut

Light the Park and Celebrate the Season : Farragut Holiday Events

Countdown to Light the Park and Celebrate the Season Get into the spirit of the season at Countdown to Light the Park, presented by TDS and hosted by Shop Farragut. Festivities are 5:30-7pm on Monday, November 27, at Founders Park at Campbell Station. Enjoy refreshments and entertainment from local performers as a member of the Board of […]

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What You Need to Know About Gestational Diabetes and Nutrition

What You Need to Know About Gestational Diabetes and Nutrition

Eating well helps all women stay healthy during pregnancy, but if you have gestational diabetes, choosing the right food to eat is even more essential. That’s because high blood sugar levels can be dangerous for your health and your baby’s health. The good news is that many women with gestational diabetes are able to effectively manage […]

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How To Change Care Providers During Pregnancy

So, you’re pregnant. And you’re over the moon about your new baby, but you just don’t feel the same way about your healthcare provider. Whether you’re just learning about Baby+Company and want to birth with us, or you’re still shopping around – at some point in your pregnancy you may find yourself transferring care to […]

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Endometriosis 101

Endometriosis 101

If you have endometriosis, you are not alone. This painful, chronic condition affects as many as 6.3 million women in the U.S. and millions more worldwide, according to the Endometriosis Association. Although birth control medications can help to lessen the symptoms, they are not always the answer—especially if you are trying to get pregnant. Written […]

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Gregory Glover M.D. Tennova Healthcare

Is Your Bladder in Control?

More than 15 million Americans experience urinary incontinence, a condition characterized by the inability to control urine. Women experience incontinence twice as often as men. Pregnancy, childbirth, menopause, and the structure of the female urinary tract account for this difference. Urinary incontinence can be uncomfortable, inconvenient and, in some cases, embarrassing. However, it’s not an inevitable part of aging. […]

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Montessori For Moms

Montessori Programs: How they Differ from Traditional Programs

On August 15, I became a Montessori Mom. My two-and-a-half-year-old son started his first year in the Primary classroom.  His transition from grandparents/nannies/MDOs to a full-time school week has been a whirlwind. Even though I am also an administrator at his school, I was an emotional wreck during his orientation week. I wasn’t sure if […]

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Hopkins Goes to the Beach

A New Children’s Book to Add to Your Collection: Hopkins Goes to the Beach

Knoxville Moms Blog is excited to share with our readers a new children’s book released earlier this year: Hopkins Goes To The Beach. The book was written by local Knoxville author, Jennifer Hultz! Hopkins learns that even with all the excitement of visiting the beach, nothing compares to the love and security of his mommy! Bright […]

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