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Image: Shutterstock Badass names, as indicated by their title, aren’t evil but radiate power, resilience, and courage. They inculcate determination and a sense to achieve one’s goal, hence they are appealing in their own way. Who says being a badass isn’t a good thing? This is why we bring you a list of badass last
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Image: iStock IN THIS ARTICLE A sleeping baby is the new happy hour. To enjoy this happy hour, parents need to ensure babies have a safe and sound sleeping environment. The American Academy of Pediatrics highly recommends having a safe sleep environment for babies. A bassinet can come in handy to put your newborn to
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Image: Shutterstock IN THIS ARTICLE Babies have delicate eyes (1) that are likely to get irritated easily, becoming itchy and red. In most cases, the redness will subside by itself without the need for medical intervention. However, if you see redness accompanied by watery eyes or discharge, you should consult a doctor. The post discusses
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Image: Shutterstock IN THIS ARTICLE Newborn or neonatal eye discharge occurs in babies born with an underdeveloped or blocked tear duct (or nasolacrimal duct). It does not indicate any serious medical condition. The block usually clears up within a few months after birth. However, there might be other causes for the discharge, such as a
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Image: Shutterstock IN THIS ARTICLE Motor skills are majorly divided into gross motor and fine motor skills. Gross motor skills require the movement of most strongest and largest core muscles of the body, such as legs, torso, arms, etc (1). Research shows that increased gross motor activities for infants are associated with better cognitive abilities
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Image: iStock It’s a Saturday night, and you’re bored. And, you decide to watch a movie. Now comes the most annoying moment, which movie to watch? If you have entered into that perplexing state of loitering around the home screen, perhaps some comedy to lighten the mood is what we would suggest. How about some
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Image: Shutterstock IN THIS ARTICLE Lev Semyonovich Vygotsky, a Soviet psychologist known for his work on psychological development in children, believed that dramatic play for toddlers helps promote social, cognitive, and emotional development (1). When toddlers reach the age of two or three, they develop a strong interest in the activities of the adult world
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Image: Shutterstock Music is one of the finest ways to connect with young children. It uplifts their mood and helps in improving their concentration, building coordination, and developing sensory skills (1). Therefore, starting the day at preschools with music is beneficial in many ways. A catchy song hello song at the beginning of the day
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Whether they breastfeed or use formula, food insecure mothers are struggling to feed their babies. Jean, a 24-year-old mother of two, said: “People don’t think there’s hungry kids out there [in Canada].” She would like us to know “there definitely is.” More than 1.2 million children in Canada live in food-insecure households, including babies of
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Image: Shutterstock IN THIS ARTICLE When you have a baby, the urge to click their photographs is irresistible. You want to capture all their adorable actions to reminisce over them later. The arrival of the fall season is the perfect baby photo opportunity. The striking colors of leaves, bountiful harvest, and most importantly, the bright,
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