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How to take safety precaution for the teens driving?

30th July 2012
Teens whose parents are actively involved in their day-to-day driving are 70% percent less likely to drink and drive, CHOP said. They are half as likely to speed and 30% less likely to use a cell phone while behind the wheel. Delay car ownership And... Read >
Author: daisy

Cicciobello Doll - Most Wanted Christmas Toy 2010

16th December 2010
There may be no problem that one with the closest associations slightly woman will ever before have is with her newborn doll. At an extremely small age, very little girls are likely to acquire on the function of actively playing mommy as they are really m... Read >
Author: Charlene Wayne

Best Options To Stop Thumb Sucking

27th April 2009
You may have heard the phrase, "Better a binky than a pinky." A pacifier can be discarded after the first few months, a finger can't! In this third and final edition, we will talk about what we've learned about options to help stop thumb sucking. There ar... Read >
Author: stpthumbsucking

Tips for Baby Pacifiers

20th February 2009
By now you have noticed that your baby sucks his fingers and hands a lot. Sucking brings pleasure to a baby. This is a strong need in babies this age. Being able to suck his own fingers and hands means he can make himself feel good all by himself. Sucking... Read >
Author: Paul

Providing Samples for a DNA Paternity Test

17th January 2009
Providing Samples for a DNA Paternity TestMost laboratories prefer buccal swab for paternity testing. A cotton swab that looks very much like a Q-tip is rubbed in the mouth on the inside of the cheek. Loose cells are collected on the swab and they provide... Read >
Author: S-tec Motorsports

Angular Cheilitis-The Symptoms and Cures

01st October 2008
Angular cheilitis is commonly known as mouth corner cracks and like the name implies usually occurs at the corner of the mouth. While its not life threatening it is painful and can be damaging to your self esteem as it's visible to everyone. The sym... Read >
Author: Don Levy

Will Crooked Teeth in your Baby be a Permanent Problem?

09th September 2008
Infants develop baby teeth around the age of five to eight months. Often baby teeth, or "milk teeth," as they are sometimes called, are not straight. These teeth are not permanent. Even so, adequate baby teeth care and maintenance is necessary to pave the... Read >
Author: Paul

5 steps to ditching the dummy

21st May 2006
Babies have a natural sucking reflex so pacifiers / dummies are a great source of comfort for them. Many Health Professionals believe that dummy use should be restricted from around six months of age and that the use of a dummy or pacifier has ended by th... Read >
Author: sally neill
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