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Everything About Lactose Intolerance In Children: Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

Do you have a baby that is not growing well due to frequent diarrhoea? Be vigilant, it could be due to lactose intolerance. What Is Lactose Intolerance? Lactose intolerance (milk intolerance) happens when the body cannot break down or make

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11 Ways To Positively Engage Your Children During The Holidays

Holidays can be a great time to bond with your children and maybe even let your own inner child come out to play. It’s also a time when kids with excess energy can step out of line due to boredom.

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How To Help A Child Cope With Loss Of A Parent

Children may not fully comprehend it when a loved one dies, but even if they do, they will not all feel and show their grief in the same way. When the death of a parent occurs, children will show grief

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How To Have Sex When You Have Kids in The House

We already know the arrival of kids into marriage is a blessing, one that quickly changes existing dynamics. One moment they are needy and totally dependent, the next moment, they are up and about, barging into rooms and upsetting our

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Mum, Lyn Dixon, Warn Parents About ‘Momo’ Suicide Game After Her Son, 8, Became A Target

Lyn Dixon’s eight-year-old son is one of the latest children to become ensnared by the Momo Challenge, a game which is played on WhatsApp, Facebook, YouTube and other online platforms. Lyn from Edinburgh, United Kingdom has warned parents to be

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Experts Reveal the Dangers of Early Exposure of Children To Screen Use

Experts are once again calling attention to the dangers of exposing children to electronic screen use. This does not come as a surprise at all- experts have been saying same for a while now- but startling statistics from France and

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Nigerian Mum In Sweden, Victoria Adewole, Makes Agonising Plea To The World Against The Swedish Government

A distraught Nigerian mum may be living the worst nightmare of any mum right now. Mum-of-three Victoria Adewole is emotionally tortured over her dire need to be reunited with her kids whom she says the Swedish government took away from her

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How To Perform CPR On A Child- Survival Skills

CPR stands for cardiopulmonary resuscitation, it is an emergency lifesaving procedure that combines chest compression with artificial ventilation to preserve brain function until further measures are taken to restore spontaneous blood circulation and breathing. The steps involved in carrying out a

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Uche Jombo Pops Out Relevant Question About Raising Millennials and Technology To Parents | How Would You Answer

‘Technology is the future’ and all that, but the responsibility of parenting has become even more burdensome with the advent of technology. Nigerian mum and actress, Uche Jombo, 39, through what she suggested to be a personal encounter about how

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Mum-of-3, Kim Kardashian, Reveals How She Plans To Explain Her Sex-tape To Her Children

Mum-of-three and fashion mogul, Kim Kardashian, revealed on TV how she will explain her sex-tape to her children when they are old enough to understand. READ ALSO: Kim Kardashian Confirms She Is Expecting Her Fourth Child Kim’s rise to fame began

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10 Practical Tips To Help Your Child Become A Good Reader

Reading is one skill that many children struggle with and a lot of parents worry about their child’s reading. Parents can be pretty competitive and when you hear about how well another child is doing with their reading, it’s easy

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Home Safety Tips For Parents Of Little Children

Kafayat Olawale Growing up for little children is all about exploring their environment. The home is a favourite place for this adventure and full expression of self.  Home is where children feel most comfortable and loved, but the home is

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How To Raise A Child To Become A Self-Sufficient, Responsible Adult

Kafayat Olawale The joy of every parent is to see that they are doing well at raising their child, and the goal is to raise children with a keen sense of duty who grow up into independent, self-sufficient, responsible adults.

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How To Raise Children Without a Wrong Sense of Entitlement

Adesua Iyoyojie Entitlement means the right to have something. Yes, as parents we owe our children certain things like love, care and support but we do not owe them everything. When we over indulge our children, they can grow into adults

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What’s Your Child Watching On TV? 5 Major Ways To Make Sure It’s Safe

Ineh Olisah With so much obscene content on TV these days, even in family programs, the need to monitor what your children watch cannot be over-emphasized. But, how best can you do this? Some little children have this habit of

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Why ”Nigeria will keep getting poorer if we keep bearing children” According to Okechukwu Enelemah

Minister of Trade and Investment, Okechukwu Enelemah, has stated what Nigeria needs to avoid in order to reduce the increasing poverty rate in the country. According to him, the nation will become poorer if Nigerians keep having children they cannot

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Child Sexual Abuse: What to Check Before Enrolling Your Child in A School

Ololade Hector-Fowobaje A lot of depressing stories of proprietresses, teachers and other school staff defiling little girls as young as 2-years-old are reported on a regular basis. Owing to this and the fact that children spend a lot of time

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5 Common Ways You May Be Hindering Your Child’s Progress

Eyinade Eweje Every parent wants to give their children the best to enable them have a great head start in life. While this is the desire of most parents, actions played out to achieve this purpose may be futile and

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Dear MIMsters: Should I Allow My MIL To School And Raise My Kids?

Kindly help advise on this confusing issue I am faced with. Should I allow my MIL raise my kids? I am a Ghanaian who lives in Ghana with my husband and two girls, 3 and 5 years-old respectively. My mother-in-law

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ETIQUETTE: Grooming Your Child To Be One Of The Finest (Part Two)

Chiomah Momah There is nothing as delightful as meeting a young child who is courteous, cultured and displays the finest manners. It can also be quite embarrassing when the child displaying poor manners in public happens to be yours. To

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Why Mercy Johnson Would Like to Visit The Labour Room Again

Early this year, Mercy Johnson Okojie and her husband, Prince Odi Okojie made headlines that their marriage was in turmoil after she deleted all her pictures, including those of them together from her Instagram page. Although, some days later, the curvy actress debunked the

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Being Childless: Actor, Emeka Okoro Spills on Coping Without a Child After 10 Years of Being Married

Emeka Okoro and his wife, Jane have been married for ten years and like most couples would love to have kids of their own but this is taking a while. In a new interview with Sunday Scoop, the actor talks about he

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“I would love to have two children.” 47-Year-Old Nigerian Rapper, Weird MC Breaks Her Long Silence In New Interview

Although she is known to be one of the pioneers of contemporary female rappers in the Nigerian entertainment scene with hits like ‘Allen Avenue,’ ‘Ijoya,’ under her belt and numerous awards on her shelf, nothing much has been heard from

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Oprah Winfrey Gets Real on Why She Never Wanted to Have Her Own Biological Children

Once again, Oprah Winfrey in a sit down with Gwyneth Paltrow‘s first episode of “The Goop” podcast, is opening up on why she never wanted children in her life. Despite being often regarded as a major source of inspiration by

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Why “Children are a burden” – Nigerian Woman Explains In a Series of Tweets

The Nigerian-London based speaker and writer sparked a heated conversation on social media after she tweeted that children are a burden. She clarified her position by saying she doesn’t mean a ‘burden’ in a negative sense but that raising children requires a mother to

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