Photo: iStockphoto When Hilary Dupont’s* daughter Mia was a baby, she had cradle cap (which often looks like waxy, crusty whitish or yellowish patches on the scalp). Most babies grow out of cradle cap by the time they’re three months old, but Mia’s has been hanging around well into her school years, although her thick
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Photo: iStock photo Watching your baby wail in discomfort from red, irritated, eczema-flared skin can make you feel like you’re at your wits’ end, so we asked experts for tips on how to get the itchy condition under control.  1. Stick to the basics. The emollient that’s most recommended to lock moisture into the skin
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Some women wish to lose weight after pregnancy. It is possible to achieve postpartum weight loss safely by breastfeeding, eating a healthful diet, and exercising. According to the authors of a 2019 study, weight changes during and after pregnancy can have significant ongoing health effects for many women. Postpartum weight loss may reduce the risk
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Ataxia means the loss of coordination of body movements. Acute cerebellar ataxia is a disorder in children that causes a sudden loss of coordination. It is relatively prevalent in children, especially following an infection or serious illness. Most cases resolve without specific treatment. Acute cerebellar ataxia is the most common cause of childhood ataxia. Read
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Image: Shutterstock For several decades, pirates have been the figures of adventure and vagrancy. Several movies, such as ‘The Pirates of the Caribbean’ and ‘Treasure Island’ follow the lives of pirates. We get a glimpse of their social order, their personal lives, and even their fascinating pirate names. Pirate names have flair, and each name
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Chemotherapy has helped make the most common childhood cancer one of the most curable, but researchers have evidence that the treatment may also prime some patients for relapse. Results published in the journal Blood reported that treatment-induced mutations cause drug resistance in some patients whose acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) returns. Our study reveals the evolution
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IN THIS ARTICLE STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) education comprises a significant part of the child’s academics. So, anything you do to help the child get better in these subjects is not a waste. Of the many ways to teach the basic concepts of science and mathematics to children, STEM toys are among the
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Image: Shutterstock Scandinavia is the European region that encompasses Denmark, Norway, and Sweden. As these countries have strong cultural and linguistic ties, it is no wonder that they have a lot in common in the surnames too. The ancestors of modern Scandinavians used a patronymic naming system. The nobles were the first to take last
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COMFORTABLE AND IMPRESSIVE PHONE CASE IDEAS Hello, everyone! Check out our amazing ideas on making DIY phone cases. We use our phones all the time, why not making them a bit more beautiful and comfortable to use? This is how you can make a cool gift to any of your friends and family members. Foam
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You only need fruit and honey to make these fun and easy fruit roll ups for kids. Subscribe for new vids M-W-F! http://bit.ly/sub2moms Like us on Facebook for exclusive content! http://www.facebook.com/whatsupmoms Follow me on Instagram! http://instagram.com/madewithmeg Follow us on Instagram! http://instagram.com/whatsupmoms Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/WUMoms Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/whatsupmoms Want to collaborate? http://bit.ly/InTheWUM INGREDIENTS 5 cups fresh fruit 1/2-1
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Teen depression is more than just sadness, moodiness, or a hormone-induced adolescent rite of passage. Depression is a serious illness that can affect a teen’s physical health, relationships, ability to succeed in school, and sense of self-worth. Suicide was the second leading cause of death for teens in the United States in 2017, and depression
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Low blood oxygen is more common in sick children than previously thought, and strongly increases children’s risk of death, Australian-led research has found. Murdoch Children’s Research Institute pediatrician Dr Hamish Graham led the international research project, published in the Lancet’s EClinicalMedicine. Dr Graham said he hoped the findings would encourage policy makers and health care
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