How to get the baby to sleep in his crib

How to get the baby to sleep in his crib

Getting the baby to sleep alone in the crib without crying can become a challenge. Sometimes it seems to be a real mission impossible, but do not despair, achieve is possible and today we will give some tips to get it. There are thousands of reasons for the baby to...

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Benefits of music for our babies

Benefits of music for our babies

Music brings many benefits to our lives, for thousands of years people perceived how, thanks to it, you could achieve virtues, whether formative or psychic. We must leave the idea of ​​thinking music as a simple combination of times and sounds, we must consider its emotional aspect, thanks to which...

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One more reason to focus on prenatal care — Stronger muscles for newborn babies

One more reason to focus on prenatal care — Stronger muscles for newborn babies

Born too soon, she weighed just over 1 pound at birth and spent the first three months of her life in the neonatal intensive care unit, fighting to live. This tiny baby survived under the care of skilled medical professionals and was sent home with her teenage mother. Today, she’s...

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A new study confirms: Pregnant women should avoid liquorice

A new study confirms: Pregnant women should avoid liquorice

A new Finnish study supports food recommendations for families with children in that women should avoid consuming large amounts of liquorice during pregnancy. The limit for safe consumption is not known. In the study, youths that were exposed to large amounts of liquorice in the womb performed less well than...

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Couples with obesity may take longer to achieve pregnancy

Couples with obesity may take longer to achieve pregnancy

Couples in which both partners are obese may take from 55 to 59 percent longer to achieve pregnancy, compared to their non-obese counterparts, according to a study by researchers at the National Institutes of Health. The findings appear online in Human Reproduction. “A lot of studies on fertility and body...

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Talk to your kids about science, technology, engineering, and math

Talk to your kids about science, technology, engineering, and math

STEM jobs numbers are growing elsewhere. While many jobs are at risk by AI and robots, companies are desperately looking for employees with abilities in science, technology, engineering, and math, and salaries in these niches are in a long rise in this century. Probably, a talk with your teenager child...

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Why busy college counseling centers aren’t a bad sign

Why busy college counseling centers aren’t a bad sign

Increased demand at college counseling centers doesn’t necessarily mean students are less well than in the past. Instead, the increase may be due to national prevention and awareness efforts over the past decade. “The results we are seeing are the outcomes we would expect to see from suicide prevention efforts...

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Children are more apt to confess misdeeds if they think parents will react positively

Children are more apt to confess misdeeds if they think parents will react positively

ANN ARBOR–Even if they believe they could be punished, older kids are more likely than younger children to view confessing to a misdeed as the right thing to do. And kids of all ages who anticipate that a parent would feel happy about a child’s confession–even if they might be...

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First study to show parents’ concerns about neighborhood restrict kids’ outdoor play

First study to show parents’ concerns about neighborhood restrict kids’ outdoor play

New Orleans, LA – A study conducted by LSU Health New Orleans School of Public Health is the first to demonstrate that parents who are concerned about their neighborhoods restrict their children’s outdoor play. The study is published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. The LSU...

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In teens, strong friendships may mitigate depression associated with excessive video gaming

In teens, strong friendships may mitigate depression associated with excessive video gaming

Teenagers who play video games for more than four hours a day suffer from symptoms of depression, but frequent use of social media and instant messaging may mitigate symptoms of game addiction in these teens, new Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health-led research suggests. The findings, scheduled for publication...

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