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Have Fun Reading with Kids - NTV

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Have Fun Reading with Kids
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We adults – parents and teachers – have a short window of opportunity to hook kids on reading. They're wide-eyed and eager for only so long before other temptations compete for their attention and time.
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Study Finds Racial, Gender Disparities in Helmet Use Among Kids

Study Finds Racial, Gender Disparities in Helmet Use Among Kids | Pediatric Topics | Scoop.it
Bike helmets are, for bike-wielding kids with only a rudimentary understanding of their own motor skills, a necessary form of public humiliation Even really sleek, Tron-looking bike helmets are humiliating (and uncomfortable) to strap on, and, for...

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Set Bed Time Could Help Cognitive Development For Kids - RTT News

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Set Bed Time Could Help Cognitive Development For Kids
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A regular bed time may be critical for the cognitive development of young children, according to a new study from researchers at University College London.

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What are the benefits of breastfeeding

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There is no doubt at all that, breast milk is the best for a baby. Some of the benefits of breastfeeding are numerous and they go beyond basic nutrition. The breast is composed of nutrients that your baby requires, in the first six months of life. The milk is contains, of various disease fighting components, that protect your child from illness. After you give birth, your breasts produce first milk known as colostrum.


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Breastfeeding benefits for baby

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There is no doubt at all that, breast milk is the best for a baby. Some of the benefits of breastfeeding are numerous and they go beyond basic nutrition. The breast is composed of nutrients that your baby requires, in the first six months of life. The milk is contains, of various disease fighting components, that protect your child from illness. After you give birth, your breasts produce first milk known as colostrum.
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WHO | 10 facts on immunization

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RT @WHO: Over 19 million infants did not receive the basic vaccine against diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis in 2010 http://t.co/COYPK2aL #vaccineswork...


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National Parenting Awareness Month

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Although very few people are aware of it, March is National Parenting Awareness Month. The goal of this campaign is to help the public better understand the role that parents play in the growth and development of their children.

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Insecticide Ingredient May Affect Cognitive Development - Natural Standard Blog (blog)

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Insecticide Ingredient May Affect Cognitive DevelopmentNatural Standard Blog (blog)Permethrin-treated clothing repels and kills ticks, mosquitoes, and other arthropods (like spiders).

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Breastfed children are less likely to develop ADHD later in life, research finds

Breastfed children are less likely to develop ADHD later in life, research finds | Pediatric Topics | Scoop.it
We know that breastfeeding has a positive impact on child development and health —including protection against illness.

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#breastfeeding #preventADHD #developADHD  A new study has shown that breastfeeding your children could help prevent ADHD later in life.   The study took 3 groups of children and the feeding habits of the mother to see if there was a link between being breastfed and ADHD.    The children who nursed from their mothers had less of a chance to develop ADHD.  

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Lose pregnancy weight

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Losing weight, while breastfeeding, is possible as long as you do it in the right way. Most nursing mothers, believe that, it is not possible to lose weight while breastfeeding. It can be done as long as you follow the right procedure. Mothers who breastfeed, wonder if their new born baby, is getting enough to eat because it is hard to know, how many ounces the baby has consumed.


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.: VacciNews - Facts about vaccination and immunization :.

.: VacciNews - Facts about vaccination and immunization :. | Pediatric Topics | Scoop.it

VacciNews.net provides up-to-date information to the public, media, health professionals and policy makers to help them understand the facts about vaccines and immunization.


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Are Vaccines Still Needed?

Are Vaccines Still Needed? | Pediatric Topics | Scoop.it

Many diseases do not occur or spread as much as they used to, thanks to better nutrition, less crowded living conditions, antibiotics, and, most importantly, vaccines.


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