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Anemia in newborns and infants

Anemia in newborns and infants worries many parents. A baby suffering from anemia does not have enough red blood cells. Red cells carry oxygen into the blood and send it all over the body. Anemia with iron deficiency in children is a condition that children are especially prone to during development.
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5 myths about fever in young children

Fever in young children is a very common phenomenon, but in front of which young parents, who are facing this for the first time, tend to worry over and over. Their biggest fears are related to the consequences that fever can have, such as impaired brain system or paralysis.
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6 benefits of propolis for health

Propolis is a bee product with multiple benefits on the body and health, being considered a valuable natural treatment in many conditions. A product of the bee hive, propolis acts as a natural medicine, having multiple anti-inflammatory, anti-infectious and healing effects on the body.
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With the child to the doctor

When it comes to the doctor, the child always asks, "What will he do to me?" and it is not at all good to say to him "He will do you nothing!" because it's a big, big lie! Raising your blouse, looking at your throat, disinfecting a jug, taking your blood or doing an x-ray are by no means anything, especially when the child does not expect them, does not know how loud miss and how long it lasts!
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Chicken stew with prawns

Chicken stew with prawns, simple and tasty recipe. The recipe is recommended for babies of 1 year +. medium chicken breast 2 small onions 3 - 4 cloves garlic 2 cups milk 2 - 3 tablespoons yogurt / cream 2 eggs 12 teaspoons gray olive oil duck salt Chopped onion is slightly heated together with the garlic, then add the garlic Chicken meat cut into small cubes and add a pinch of salt, then add water and bring to a boil; After the meat has boiled, add over a mixture of milk and yogurt / cream and leave to boil for about 5 minutes.
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The Mozart effect in children

The Mozart effect is a notion used to describe how a young child's brain, under 3 years old, can be developed, and intelligence stimulated, by exposing it to some sonatas created by the famous classical music composer, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. The method has created numerous controversies and debates between specialists, not all agreeing that the early exposure of the child to the music of the great composer would make him smarter!
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