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Friday October 20th 2017

‘Parenting’ Articles

Making a healthy baby food

Making a healthy baby food

Making Baby Food Homemade baby foods can help you provide low-cost nutritious foods for your little one. Com- mercial baby foods are convenient and safe, but they often contain more water, starch, and sugar than homemade ones. Most babies do not need solid foods until they are about 4 to 6 months of age. Before that age most babies have not learned to swallow solid foods. The sucking reflex pushes the tongue forward in the mouth and pushes out solid foods. You can force food down the

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Protect your new baby in the car

Protect your new baby in the car

After 1 year and at least 20 lbs. everybody would be safest facing backward while riding in a car. Babies are lucky to have seats that work this way. Infants are safest when riding facing the rear, because the back of the safety seat supports the child’s back, neck, and head in a crash. So, whichever seat you choose, your baby should ride rear-facing until about one year of age and at least 20 pounds. Every year you spend much money on buying car accessories but forget small accessory for

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Medicines For Treating Bedwetting

Medicines For Treating Bedwetting

Desmopressin Desmopressin is the most popular medicine used to treat bedwetting. A dose is given just before bedtime. It comes both in tablet form and as a nasal spray. (With the nasal spray the medicine is absorbed directly into the bloodstream from the nostril. The spray is not suitable if the child has a cold or runny nose as the medicine will not be absorbed.) How does desmopressin work? It works mainly by reducing the amount of urine made at night by the kidneys. Therefore, the

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Commercialization of your child-Earning Kids

Commercialization of your child-Earning Kids

KIDS SPENDING AND THE NAG FACTOR Few people take the power of children more seriously than advertising executives. Marketers are interested in children both as consumers and for the enormous influence they have on their parents’ buying patterns. Kids’ spending is skyrocketing. In 1991, children aged four to 12 spent $8.6 billion of their own money each year.By 1999, four- to 12-year-olds took in $31.3 billion in income from allowance, jobs and gifts, and spent 92 percent of it. In 2001,

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Fitness Tips For Preschoolers

Fitness Tips For Preschoolers

Heel Raises- Lifting and lowering the heels is a strength-training exercise even the youngest children can do. It also helps with balance. Stand facing your child. Hold hands. Slowly lift and lower your heels, encouraging your child to do the same thing at the same time. Also: Pause each time you rise onto tiptoe, counting aloud to five. Instead of just raising your heels, you and your child can jump (two feet) or hop (one foot) lightly in place. Try all of these

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