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How To Nurture Your Child’s Growing Brain

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They say it all roots back to our childhood. It’s our very first years that define our personality, temper, habits, and interests. That’s why it is so important for young parents to nurture their little kids not only physically, but also mentally. As both experience and studies confirm, activities associated with brain development help little kids grow up stronger, smarter, and more creative. Read more

Set an Example for the Kids and Go Green

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As a parent, you are always looking for ways to set an example for the kids through your choices and actions. Today we have become much more aware of what we are doing to the environment around us, and how we can make greener choices. If you’re looking to set an example for the kids on how to help the environment, and leave less of a footprint, then you can start by making some changes in your own home. Read more

What is Transvaginal Mesh and Can it Help You?

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Every year, thousands of women have surgery to repair a Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP) or Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI). The most common reason is usually as a result of childbirth, and it can be a very painful and uncomfortable condition.

Although the procedure to repair the POP or SUI is successful, there have been cases where the transvaginal mesh (TVM) used caused complications for unknowing patients. Read more

Pamper your Children the Right Way

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While verbal encouragement can be a very effective way to reward your children for a job well done, there are times when it may be appropriate up the ante in the pampering department. Of course, you don’t want to go overboard when it comes to pampering since this could leave your children feeling entitled — and entitled children are rarely ever grateful children. So you need to know how to pamper your children the right way, and that’s exactly what this article will cover. Read more

Baby Bodybuilding: How to Develop Your Baby’s Muscles

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Your baby is probably content to sit or lie and stare up at you from the comfort of the bouncy cushion. And you also probably love the softness and tender of your little marshmallow.

However, it’s crucial for the parents to understand the significance of strength training for their baby. Putting in mind that muscle development is a vital part of reaching physical milestones, this piece of writing provides an ultimate guide on baby bodybuilding. Read more

Top 5 Movies About Finding a Soul Mate

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Life is too short for drama, and watching feel good movies is much more beneficial for your psychological health than immersing yourself in other people’s problems, even when neither the people nor the problems are real. Romantic comedies are not always the most intelligent of movies, but at least they allow us to look at the world around us through our rose colored glasses as much as we like. Whether you prefer gothic romance, mystery romance or adventure romance, now is your chance to sit back, relax and explore the top 5 movies about finding a soul mate. Read more

8 Reasons Why Your Child Should Have A Pet

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While it’s true that most children love animals, it’s not always clear if that’s enough to make them good pet owners, too. After all, it’s often the adults in the house who end up having to take care of an animal once the excitement of a new pet has worn off. But while there are potential downsides associated with pet ownership, many parents feel that these drawbacks are far outweighed by the value that pets add to their kids’ lives.

Doctors and child psychologists seem to agree: studies from all over the world show that children raised in homes with family pets experience a wide range of benefits impacting their social, emotional, intellectual, and even physical development. Read more

Detecting Body Image Issues In Teens

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“Will that make me look fat?”

Recently, I overheard this timeless conversation between two friends sitting down to eat lunch. They were laughing and talking about what outfit they would wear to the concert on Tuesday and how they would do their hair. Unfortunately, this conversation wasn’t heard at the local Starbucks, but in an elementary cafeteria. I was fascinated listening to the girls talk fashion and body image, not because I love to eavesdrop, but due to the fact these girls were only 5 or 6.

Yes, the girls were only in Kindergarten! Read more

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