Communicating Actively & Listening Attentively To Your Children, Make You Understand Them Better

Communicating actively and listening attentively to your children are essential ingredients to successful parenting. Your children’s feelings, views and opinions worth your attention.

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Pre-Chewing Your Baby’s Food Might Be Unhygienic But The Benefits They Appear To Parallel That Of Breastfeeding

Babies start requiring non-milk food in their diets at six months old, but they don’t develop the molars they need to chew most foods until age 18 to 24 months.

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Physical Punishment On Children For Misbehavior Could Be Counter Productive

Researchers from the University of Manitoba and of the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario, wrote in the Canadian Medical Association Journal said, ‘Virtually without exception, these studies found that physical punishment like smacking, spank was associated with higher levels of aggression against parents, siblings, peers and spouses.’

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Breastfeeding Mothers Are less Likely To Develop Hypertension Later In Life

Mothers who breastfeed their babies for at least six months have lower blood pressure and they are less likely to develop hypertension later in life, according to a study.

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A Woman With A Stressful Early Pregnancy Lowers The Odds Of Delivering A Baby Boy

A would be mother experiencing a stressful early pregnancy could either lower the odds for delivering a baby boy or raises the risk for a premature delivery.

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Infant Formula Ads Influences Mothers Not To Breastfeed Their Babies

Filipino mothers who have been influenced by print or broadcast media advertisement and suggestions by their doctors to use infant formula milk, they likely end up to use those products for their babies.

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