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Fun in the Sun!
One of summer's big attractions is time spent enjoying sunny days. While sun exposure provides benefits in the form of vitamin D, which helps absorb calcium and build strong bones and teeth, it also has a potentially dangerous effect (the sun's light consists of invisible ultraviolet (UV)...

Dyslexia..learn more about it!
Dyslexia (say: dis-lek-see-uh) is a learning problem some kids have. Dyslexia makes it tough to read and spell. The problem is inside the brain, but it doesn't mean the person is dumb. Plenty of smart and talented people struggle with dyslexia.   But dyslexia doesn't have to ...

What Kind of Sunscreen is best for your children?
by Patricia Treadwell Its recommend to choose a "physical" or "chemical-free" sunscreen made with zinc oxide or titanium dioxide. (I also suggest you keep a baby younger than 6 months out of the sun altogether whenever possible. When that's not feasible, be sure ...

Calorific needs of children change as they grow!
 By Raya M. AbuYounis    Calorific needs of children change as they grow. The Estimated Average Requirements (EARs) give an estimated idea of calorie (Kcal) requirements at different ages and stages of growth. The needs for calories can change according to:  T...

Allergies...
Spring is here and most of the kids nowadays are suffering from allergies, whenever I visit my kids' pediatrician thinking 3 years old son is sick because he's coughing, she tells me he has allergy and prescribes Zyrtec for him...to be honest I felt like reading about allergies and felt like sharing...



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