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Building Strong Family Relationships: 10 Quick Tips

1. Setting A Good Example Kids learn by example. They see things that parents do more often than they listen to what parents...

Your Baby’s Poop Colour And What They Say About Their Health

You can tell a lot about your baby's health by what's in his or her diaper. Poop colour can be one of such indicators. During the...

How To Talk To Your Kids About Sex

Difficult, but it's necessary Talking to your child about sex may be difficult, but it's necessary. Sex discussion is never too early...

WHO’s New Guidelines for Screen Time for Children

WHO's recommendations on screen time bear a striking similarity to guidelines issued by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) in 2016. AAP recommends that children under 18 months should get no screen time at all. And children aged between 2 and 5 should limit their use to an hour.
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