Early Puberty (Precocious Puberty)

Girls who show significant signs of puberty and its progression through growth spurts and bone maturation before age 7, and boys before age 9, are considered precocious. It's usually for reasons we don't understand. About 1 out of 5,000 children are affected.

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How to Become a Less Anxious Person

Becoming a less anxious person requires a systematic plan to reprogram our habits. And because anxiety affects your mind, body, and spirit, becoming a less anxious person requires practicing new ways of thinking, acting, and being in the world. If you’re ready to become less anxious, below are some approaches you can use to start retraining your brain. Pick one of these strategies to focus on this week, and practice new habits every day—starting today.

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Children learn to care and respect when they are treated that way. When our children feel loved, they also become attached to us. That attachment makes them more receptive to our values and teaching.

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My Child Thumb Sucks, What to do.

"Thumb-sucking is a proper and helpful conduct for exceptionally small kids," Thumb-sucking also can lead to dental problems. A child who is still thumb-sucking by age 5, when permanent teeth start coming in, may develop an abnormal bite. Beyond a simple overbite, some children develop speech problems: troubles with the "S" sound and other "tongue-tip" sounds,

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13 Reasons Why Sitting Too Much Is Bad for Your Health!

You’re more likely to die earlier from any cause if you sit for long stretches at a time. It doesn’t help if you exercise every day or not. Of course, that’s no excuse to skip the gym. If you do that, your time may be even shorter.

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My kid swallow all kinds of objects

Kids in Nigeria are most likely to ingest anything they come across, while in other countries, fish bones are a common offender. Other items doctors find include toys, buttons, earrings, rings, paper clips, game pieces, needles, pins, tacks, toothpicks, screws, and nails. Two things are especially dangerous: button batteries and magnets.