Month: November 2018

The air is crisp, the trees are losing those last few leaves and sweater weather is in full swing. Closets are now displaying cozy knits, leggings and boots to stay warm and comfy during the chilly season. If you’re looking for some fall and winter fashion inspiration, read on to see our top outfit ideas
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Image: Shutterstock Campfires, under the open sky and shining stars, are thrilling for kids. It’s the occasion for them to spend time talking and taking turns to tell stories. If you are organizing a campfire or your child is going to have one with their friends, then you surely need some captivating stories to tell.
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Micropenis refers to an abnormally small penis. Micropenis is rare and hormonal or genetic issues are most often the cause. Doctors will usually diagnose and treat the condition at birth. In this article, we look at the definition of micropenis, the symptoms and causes, and the ways a smaller-than-average penis may or may not affect
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Let’s face it—when you’re a busy mom, some days you don’t even have time to worry about how little time you have. And when the house is a mess, the kids are hungry again, and due dates are quickly approaching, your to-do list might feel like its piling higher than the dirty laundry basket. Here
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Some research suggests that melatonin can help treat children with sleeping difficulties. However, it is best to try lifestyle changes or speak to a doctor before giving melatonin to a child. Sleep plays an essential role in overall health and well-being. Sleep is especially important for children as their bodies and brains are still growing
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More than likely when someone says “adoption,” you picture a family adopting a newborn baby. That’s probably because when adoption is portrayed in movies and on television, it is generally portrayed as parents adopting an infant. More often than not, those parents are adopting because they are unable to have a baby of their own.
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Although all pregnancies are different, certain symptoms tend to occur in each trimester. For some women, the second trimester means the end of morning sickness and fatigue, but it also means the onset of specific types of pain. Pregnancy consists of three trimesters. The second trimester lasts from weeks 13 to 28. In this article,
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Food protein-induced enterocolitis syndrome is when food allergies affect the gastrointestinal tract of babies and young children. It is rare but may be more prevalent than doctors previously understood. The main symptoms of food protein-induced enterocolitis syndrome, or FPIES, are recurring, severe diarrhea and vomiting. An infant may experience these symptoms from time to time,
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Getting ready for a new baby is an exciting time  — and also an overwhelming time. There’s a long list of supplies to purchase and preparations to make before the baby comes, and this can feel financially (and emotionally) overwhelming. You want everything to be perfect from the nursery to the maternity photos, and every
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Image: Shutterstock Children are fascinated by magic, but it’s even better when they can be magicians themselves. Teach your little magician how to do magic right here. MomJunction has curated easy, simple and fun tricks for kids to learn and try. 1. The sugar cube magic Image: iStock Write a number on a sugar cube,
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Our personality traits may affect many of the choices we make and alter different aspects of our lives. A new study now suggests that an individual’s personality traits in adolescence may help predict their longevity. Researchers looked at personality traits in adolescence to see if they could predict a person’s longevity. Recently, various studies have
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5 Power Tools Every Woman Needs for Their Yard – Daily Mom Winter is slowing creeping up on us but every green thumber knows that your yard is actually a year-round project. If you live in warmer climates, you still have yard maintenance to work into your busy schedule. And with the upcoming holidays now
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Image: iStock Science introduces your child to the fascinating world of plants, animals, and the environment around them. Understanding science becomes easier when it is intriguing. So how can you make it intriguing? Through a science quiz for kids to trigger their curiosity. Use MomJunction’s science question and answers for kids to make the subject
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The typical pregnancy has three trimesters and lasts around 40 weeks from the first day of a woman’s last period. In each trimester, the fetus will meet specific developmental milestones. While 40 weeks is the usual time frame, a full-term baby can be born as early as 37 weeks and as late as 42 weeks.
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Chickenpox is a highly contagious viral infection that commonly affects children. Although a vaccine is available, some people prefer their children to build up immunity to the virus by attending chickenpox parties, or “pox parties.” Before the chickenpox vaccine, many people used pox parties as a way to infect their children with the virus to
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The use of tech to harass a person, or what’s commonly known as cyberbullying, is on the rise. Fifteen percent of students admit to being cyberbullied, and the victims are 2 to 9 times more likely to contemplate suicide, according to Tulane University. Worse, most of the bullies are not unknown strangers that are thousands
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Image: Shutterstock Pneumonia is a common infectious disease that can strike infants of any age. The condition affects lungs, impairing breathing and eventually causing a decline in the baby’s healthy growth. Pneumonia is thus a fatal infection with a potential to cause lasting damage. But how do babies catch pneumonia? Is there a vaccine against
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Half the fun of Thanksgiving dinner is enjoying all of the side dishes that accompany the turkey. Thanksgiving is the one time of year when 6 side dishes or more are completely appropriate for a family meal.  We’ve selected a few of spins on classic favorites that you might want to try out on your
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People tend to associate acne with puberty and a person’s teenage years, but it is relatively common for a baby to get acne. The causes and treatments of baby acne, also called neonatal acne, are different from those of adult acne. This article will take a look at the prevalence and symptoms of baby acne.
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Death and grief are natural parts of the human experience, but mourning a loss is also an incredibly complex process. When a young child loses a loved one, parents often grapple with the challenge of explaining the concept of death and helping their little one through the grieving process (all while grieving themselves). To help
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In her new memoir, Becoming, former first lady Michelle Obama talks frankly about the infertility, the miscarriage and the IVF treatments that she and husband Barack Obama experienced before becoming parents. Advocates have immediately praised Obama’s sharing of her story as a milestone for infertility awareness and the breaking down of shame and silence around the
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