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Baby Development

Differences between Boys and Girls

Some of the expectant mothers who want to have a baby want to have a son, some daughter. However, if you know the tiny differences between them, it is possible to establish wonderful relationships regardless of gender. Here are some tips for you. When you have a baby, the first question everyone asks you is: Is it a boy or a girl?
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General

8 flu tips from a mom in the trenches

I& 39;ve had two kids go down, back-to-back, with influenza A, so I feel a bit like a general who has just emerged from battle. (Still tbd on kid 3...will she remain unscathed? Will I?)None of our kiddos has ever had influenza and it had been a solid 15 years since my husband or I had it, so this was new territory to say the least.
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My toddler is hypersensitive and cries all the time. How should I handle this?

The more upset your child gets, the calmer you should be, or else both your anxieties will feed off each other and get worse. Validate his feelings by saying, & 34;It& 39;s okay to cry. I know you feel sad right now, but you still shouldn& 39;t throw juice on the floor.& 34; Doing so gives him permission to feel whatever he feels, while still allowing you to enforce the rules of your house.
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Psychology

Questions about NST (Non-Stress Test)

NST is one of the words you will often hear from your doctor since the last period of pregnancy. In the later weeks of pregnancy, fetus movements and signs of heartbeat increases as a sign of the fetus to be healthy, which is described as an examination that is curious about NST Yeditepe University Hospital Obstetrics and Gynecology Specialist.
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General

Study: Tdap and flu vaccines safe during pregnancy

You can get the Tdap and flu vaccines while pregnant and it won& 39;t harm your baby, an extensive new study confirms.The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention already recommends getting the Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis or whooping cough) and flu vaccines during pregnancy. The vaccines create antibodies that you then pass on to your baby.
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