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How to handle peer pressure?

How to handle peer pressure?

You may feel pressurized to do things on your own or against your will. This is called peer pressure.

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kids facial painting safety tips

Safety tips for face painting

Kids love painting especially the face painting. This is a way for them to express their hidden dreams of being a superman, superwoman, hero, Disney characters

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Kids - How to ask adults for help?

Kids – How to ask adults for help?

Kids, If you are facing a problem and cannot fix it on your own it is not a bad idea to ask an adult for help. Naturally, you might not trust anyone for that matter, however if you feel you must talk then find a right person whom you trust the most to share your fear/thoughts.

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Test your knowledge about kid’s health

Test your knowledge about kid’s health

Research suggests that parental attitude is very important. If a parent is indifferent or permissive toward the issue of tobacco use, a teenager’s likelihood of smoking increases.

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Ear infection in children, why?

Ear infection in children, why?

Ear infection is one of the most common reason of parents visit with child to doctor! Children suffer from ear infection often than adults.

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Eating Healthy this summer

Eating Healthy this summer

It’s easy to let healthy eating habits slide, but holidays can still be healthy.

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Summer holiday fun bucket list for kids

Kids have you ever wondered what to do during long summer holidays? Apart from spending time with your smart phone, computer and video games there are so many things to do during a beautiful summer

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Baby teething

Toxic Belladonna in babies teething product

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration FDA announced last Friday that its laboratory analysis found inconsistent amounts of belladonna, a toxic substance, in certain homeopathic teething tablets, sometimes far exceeding the amount claimed on the label.

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