Hearing Problems in Children

Children who have difficulty hearing can be at a distinct disadvantage, developmentally, from their peers. For this reason, it is important to get a diagnosis on any suspected hearing loss so that it can be corrected, if possible. In cases where hearing loss is irreversible, a child can be taught …

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Successful Single Parenting

Long gone are the days when a normal family was made up of mum, dad, children, and the family dog. Today, about 25% of children in the UK are in single parent families and the numbers are similar in other countries as well. There are many reasons for the high …

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Sharing a Bedroom

Many adults remember sharing a room with one or more siblings in their childhood home. For some, the close proximity served as an opportunity for bonding, while others don’t recall the experience with such fondness. In any case, kids doubling up in bedrooms is a common practice, sometimes because their …

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Breastfeeding vs. Bottle Feeding

Breast or bottle? Even before your baby is born, you’ll need to consider just how you plan to feed. Experienced mothers will have their preferences and many will offer you their unsolicited advice. While experts agree that breast milk is the ideal food for infants, many mothers cannot, or would …

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Feeding Your Toddler a Healthly Diet

Once you are past the baby food stage, feeding your toddler can become a bit tricky. Kids at that age are becoming more independent, but teaching them to enjoy a healthy, balanced diet is will support their growing bodies and help them to develop Healthy Eating Habits. Healthy Beverages Many …

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