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5 Secrets To Raising A Smart Baby

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By Jessica Kelmon It doesn't take a genius to help children reach their intellectual potential – just a loving, involved parent. Here are some fun and easy ways to encourage your little smarty-pants. 1. Bond with your baby The brain is wired to seek safety, and if the brain doesn't feel safe, it can't learn. That's why it's so important to establish your baby's sense of security. Skin-to-skin contact helps build that sense of safety, as does face time, baby massage, talking to your baby, and wearing your baby. Creating that sense of safety can be tough when you're a new parent battling sleep...

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5 Dangers to Your Child’s Health You Need to Know About

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Childhood is a wonderful period, and parents are ready to do anything to make their child smile and laugh. But sometimes it’s easy to take this too far. 5. Baby walkers and jumperoos © depositphotos   © Adrian Gonzales/flickr   Their proven harm is more considerable than their positive effect. Baby walkers and jumperoos are already banned in Canada. Baby injury rate (over 8,000 cases a year in the USA alone). Uneven muscle strengthening, deformation of feet and legs. Spine curvature due to the heavy load on it (a child’s spine does not take shape and lacks necessary curves before the age of one). Independent motor skills development is postponed as there is no motivation to walk independently. The sense of equilibrium and the instinct of self-preservation are not...

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How To Take Care Of Your Kid's Fever

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By Renee Bacher   Young kids often get fevers. They're a normal part of childhood and usually aren't serious. In most cases, they go away on their own. Fever is the body's way of killing off infections by raising the heat on germs. It can be caused by bacteria, like strep throat, or a virus, like the flu. The key is learning how and when to treat them so you can keep your child comfortable until she's feeling better. When should I treat fever? You can treat a fever when your child seems uncomfortable. It won't make his infection go...

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