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A School In Spain Teaches Household Chores To Boys As Part Of Initiative To End Gender Inequality

Ironing, sewing, and cooking are basic tasks that most people learn at home. But it’s totally different when a school offers it as an additional class, so that the students, particularly boys, build values in regards to gender equality and

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Can You Hold Your Baby Too Much? | Find Out Here

Not a few mums have been told that cuddling or holding their baby ‘too much’ can make the baby clingy, cranky and unwelcoming towards other people than their mothers, but is that an absolute truth? Part of the argument is

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Understand Why Addiction Expert, Mandy Saligari Warns Parents That “Giving your toddler a phone is like giving them hard drugs”

Most people understand addiction to mean an unhealthy fixation on narcotics, sex, gambling and outright vices. However, an addiction is basically compulsive engagement in an activity for rewarding stimuli despite the adverse consequences. All addictions work the same way and

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Why Teens Who Have Affectionate Mothers Are Less Likely To Enter Into Abusive Relationships- Research

A mother’s warmth and acceptance toward her teenagers may help prevent those children from being in an abusive relationship later in life, even if her own marriage is contentious, according to a new University at Buffalo study. Previous research shows

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Facebook Owner & Dad-of-Two, Mark Zuckerberg Shares Why He Regulates Screen Exposure For His Daughters

Facebook’s founder and CEO, Mark Zuckerberg has shared his etiquette for screen time exposure for his daughters with wife Priscilla Chan — August, 2, and Maxima, 3. According to the billionaire dad, he generally dislikes that his children be sitting

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The Importance Of Initiating Breastfeeding In Vulnerable Infants-Study

The benefits of breastfeeding for both mother and child are well-recognized, including for late preterm infants (LPI).  LPI’s are babies born between 34 and almost 37 weeks of pregnancy. A full-term pregnancy usually lasts about 40 weeks. Because LPI do

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Parents Summit Africa Enlightens Nigerian Parents On Parenting 21st Century Children

Parents Summit Africa, an NGO, has charged parents in Nigeria to have a positive attitude to parenting in order to build a better, responsible and developed nation. The Convener of the NGO, Mrs Vivian Okoye, made the call at the

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First Time Mums: 4 Top Tips To Help You Prepare For Your Baby

Having a baby is a huge leap! virtually every mum agrees that motherhood is one of the most (if not the most) profound transitions a person could ever experience. Whether you want it to or not, having a baby changes

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3 Simple Tips To Help You Balance Being A Working Mum

There’s no joy that compares to becoming a mum for the first time and while it can feel like nothing else in the world could matter as long as you can cuddle and marvel at your little one, many mums

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Potty Training Expert, Amanda Jenner Shares Signs Your Toddler Is Ready To Ditch Diapers

The time  comes in every child’s life when the appropriate next thing to do is ditch the nappy or diapers and start potty training. But this stage can be incredibly challenging and even exhausting – for both the parents and

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Here’s How To Activate Your Hormones To Become A Better Mother And Happier Person

It’s easier for some than others but you could become a better mother to your child and a happier person overall if you activate your hormones. It sounds complicated but it isn’t, really. Scientists have known for decades that animals

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6 Straightforward Tips For Parenting A Child With Autism

Parenting an autistic child can seem overwhelming in the beginning, but it really gets better as the years go by and children with autism can open our eyes and our hearts to deeper contexts of love, courage, and humanity; all

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8 Easy Tips To Help Your Toddler Try New Foods

Many parents who have weaned their babies are aware of the power-struggles that can accompany getting your child to try new foods or to even eat the one food they liked last week. A good reason why introducing new foods

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