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What do you do with a day that seems to go all wrong? Turn your day around with these quick tips to be a better mom in the small moments! Take 5 seconds to show your kids they are valued and loved in your home.

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Fill your children with good thoughts before they go to bed. Ask them about their favorite part of the day, praise them for a good deed, pray with them, and tell them they’re the best gift God ever gave you. They’ll fall asleep feeling ten feet tall. -David Young #ALittleGuide

Fill your children with good thoughts before they go to bed. Ask them about their favorite part of the day, praise them for a good deed, pray with them, and tell them they’re the best gift God ever gave you. They’ll fall asleep feeling ten feet tall.

• DANGEROUS DRUG INTERACTIONS TO AVOID • 1) tylenol & antibiotics. 2) aspirin & diabetes medications. 3) benadryl & sleeping aids. 4) antidepressants & st. john’s wort. 5) blood pressure medication & licorice. 6) statins & grapefruit juice. 7) birth control pills & antibiotics. 8) asthma medications & coffee. 9) anticoagulants & vitamin k.

Dangerous drug interactions - pinning for the tip about birth control. If taking antibiotics, the effects of birth control might be reduced, so use an additional method while on antibiotics.

Magnesium sulfate is the mainstay of therapy, as it prevents seizures by slowing neuromuscular conduction and depressing CNS irritability without affecting blood pressure.1 IV labetalol and hydralazine are commonly used to achieve blood pressure control.3,7 Patients should be closely monitored for blood pressure, urine output, cerebral status, and the presence of epigastric pain, tenderness, labor, or vaginal bleeding.

Magnesium sulfate is the mainstay of therapy, as it prevents seizures by slowing neuromuscular conduction and depressing CNS irritability without affecting blood IV labetalol and hydralazine are commonly used to achieve blood pressure control.