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Antibiotic use in infants linked to illness in adulthood May 15, 2015 10:34

Antibiotics are a type of antimicrobials used to treat and prevent bacterial infection. But use of antibiotics in infants can lead to changes in the gut bacteria and make them vulnerable to infectious diseases, allergies…

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Age of father linked to blood cancer risk in kids May 13, 2015 17:09

Recent study has proved that father’s age at the time of child birth is linked to develop blood and immune system cancers as an adult, particularly for single kids. The study, which appears in the…

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Delhi poor kids are more likely to die than rich kids May 06, 2015 20:07

According to a survey conducted in Delhi, it was revealed that the urban poor are 3.2 times more likely to die compared with the urban rich. The survey proved that global under-five mortality rate has…

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Parental training improves behaviour of autistic children May 04, 2015 11:13

Autistic children behave in a different manner when compared to the normal kids. They are often misunderstood by others and this makes life more difficult for kids. But the research has proved that Children suffering…

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Air pollution and poverty effects child IQ April 30, 2015 17:23

Do you know that kids IQ levels are affected by pollution and poverty? It was proved by the study conducted by the New York researchers at Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children. The research was carried…

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Home reading environment boosts child brain activity April 27, 2015 13:13

Do you know the real science behind reading to children? The study done by Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center have proved that Home reading environment helps in benefiting the brain development of children. The research…

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Neglected kids are susceptible to poor social behavior April 23, 2015 10:26

Love your child and provide their basic needs as lack of them may affect social behavior of your child. It was proved by the researchers of Patricia Logan-Greene from University at Buffalo in New York.…

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Low fatty acids effects brain development of kids April 17, 2015 18:19

According to a study it was revealed that dietary deficiencies of fatty acids in fish oil and other foods limit brain growth during foetal development and early life. It has been suggested that omega 3…

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2 activities to improve child academic achievement April 08, 2015 15:39

Are you looking for the specific idea to improve your child brain functions? Both physical education and music are linked to improve the child brain functions that are essential for learning, the new study revealed.…

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How to keep your kids safe this summer March 26, 2015 12:59

Summer holidays are the most awaited holidays for children. They provide great time for children to experience new things, to grow in different directions and to spend time with friends and family. During this season…

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Working After Delivery: Good Or Bad? November 29, 2012 11:03

After the delivery, a doctor advises the new mother to be on rest for at least two or more weeks. Depending on the delivery and the level of improvement in the body, a new mother…

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Build a strong friendship with your daughter October 17, 2012 15:14

A daughter's relationship with her father is usually her first male-female relationship. Here are a few tips to build a strong friendship. The first rule is to be a friend: Treat her like your friend…

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