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Top 6 Things your kids learn from watching you

What are you teaching your kidskids ? Math? English? Cricket? Football? Art? Music? What you are actually teaching your child most is through your behaviour. You can actually save your

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Why your child is misbehaving since you got a new baby home

  First and foremost you must empathise. You must understand how your child is feeling. Try to see through their ‘naughty’ behaviour to see the hurt and confusion they feel.

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This is what all moms should teach their daughters

The things a mother can teach her daughter, her father will never be able to. Moms are a daughter’s best friend, not diamonds! So make sure if you’re a mom,

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This summer, no more discomfort for preggers

Body temperature of a preggers always remains a bit higher than normal, so added external heat obviously makes her feel uncomfortable. The heat within, due to bump, and heat without,

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Parenting: Steps For Effective Parenting

  Parenting Steps in Raising Kids : 1.Boosting Your Child’s Self-Esteem : Kids start developing their sense of self as babies when they see themselves through their parents’ eyes. Your

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Here’s why milk is good for your child’s growth

A recent study suggests dairy proteins may be an even higher quality source of protein compared to vegetable-based protein sources than previously thought. Using pigs as models, researchers at the

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Emotional eater? Your parents are to be blamed

Are you an emotional eater? Do you tend to eat when you feel sad or upset? If yes, your parents are responsible. Emotional eating – eating when you feel sad

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Dad’s love even more important than we believed

Turns out, a dad plays a surprisingly large role in his baby’s development, from language and cognitive growth in toddlerhood to social skills in fifth grade. A Michigan State University

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Outdoor games can make your kid smarter

Parents, you may want to encourage your child to play and be active as a recent study has found that exercise can boost their brain power and academic prowess. Time

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Fifth of women aged 35 to 44 spend more than 1 yr trying to conceive

Nearly 20 per cent of women aged 35 to 44 take longer than a year to get pregnant, worrying new figures suggest. Research among more than 15,000 people in the