Category: FAMILY

Gender Theory

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  • 13 Days ago
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Alusine M. Kanu DA Gender’ refers to the socially constructed roles, responsibilities, identities and expectations assigned to men and women. It contrasts with the fundamental biological and physiological differences between males and females, which are known as secondary sex characteristics. Gender roles differ between cultures and communities and over time. For many, gender is always […]

Men Save Your Christian Marriage

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  • 17 Days ago
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  Guys, let me share with you why it is so important to “Save Your Christian Marriage“.  Based on Christianity, marriage is really a union of a man and woman joined collectively by a holy and loving bond. It can be dependent on some principles for example to honor and respect with each other, to […]

Proper Dog Care

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  • 17 Days ago
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Proper Dog Care Taking proper care of your dog is a necessity if you wish for your dog to live a long, happy, and healthy life. In this article we will cover the ins and outs of properly caring for your dog. Water Water is the most important thing for a dog to have in […]

Take These 9 Vacations Before You Have Kids

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  • 4 Months ago
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Take These 9 Vacations Before You Have Kids Sure, traveling with a baby can be all kinds of wonderful, but there are some adventurous rips that are better taken before growing your family.

Kate Middleton Admits She's Felt "Lonely" as a Mother

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  • 4 Months ago
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Kate Middleton Admits She’s Felt "Lonely" as a Mother This article originally appeared on InStyle.com. To the untrained eye, Kate Middleton seems to have it all—she’s married to a prince, for crying out loud! But the Duchess of Cambridge is the first to admit that she’s not immune to the mental and […]

6 Crucial Things to Know About Your Family History, According to Doctors

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  • 5 Months ago
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6 Crucial Things to Know About Your Family History, According to Doctors Learning your family’s full medical history can be your wellness secret weapon. This is exactly what you need to know—and why.

What Your Family Tree Can Tell You About Your Health

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  • 5 Months ago
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What Your Family Tree Can Tell You About Your Health You get your checkups and and live on kale—great! But if you don’t know why Grandpa was in the hospital last year or what your mom takes those meds for, you’re missing out on a vital part of staying healthy. Your family health history—the conditions […]

How Having a Spring Birthday Could Affect Your Health

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  • 6 Months ago
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How Having a Spring Birthday Could Affect Your Health Some people believe Zodiac signs foretell the future, but science could offer other predictions. 

5 Indisputable Facts About Transgender Kids

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  • 6 Months ago
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5 Indisputable Facts About Transgender Kids Yesterday, President Donald Trump reversed the Obama administration’s 2016 directive for public schools to allow transgender students to use the bathroom corresponding to their gender identity. The controversial subject has divided many parents and lawmakers. But one group against the latest guidelines is the American Academy of Pediatrics, a professional membership organization of […]

Why's Your Sibling 'The Smart One'? Blame Your Parents

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  • 6 Months ago
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Why's Your Sibling 'The Smart One'? Blame Your Parents Sorry, younger siblings: Research shows that firstborn children tend to outperform their brothers and sisters in school, and earn more money as adults. But if it makes you feel better, you can blame Mom and Dad. A new study suggests that the differences between siblings begin in early childhood—and that they […]

Sheryl Sandberg: Facebook Employees Now Get 20 Paid Days to Mourn a Family Death

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  • 6 Months ago
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Sheryl Sandberg: Facebook Employees Now Get 20 Paid Days to Mourn a Family Death This article originally appeared on Fortune.com.  Over the past couple of years, Silicon Valley’s conversation about paid leave has largely revolved around the arrival of children, with tech companies racing to one-up one another in a parental leave […]

See How Adele Compares to the Average 29-Year-Old Working Mom

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  • 6 Months ago
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See How Adele Compares to the Average 29-Year-Old Working Mom Adele seems like she has a fantastic 2017 ahead of her. The singer is nominated for four Grammy Awards on Sunday, and she turns 29 on May 5.

How Dangerous Are ATVs? The Risks and How to Stay Safe on the Popular Vehicles

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  • 6 Months ago
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How Dangerous Are ATVs? The Risks and How to Stay Safe on the Popular Vehicles This article originally appeared on People.com. Jamie Lynn Spears‘ 8-year-old daughter Maddie is said to be in the hospital after an all-terrain vehicle she was riding on Sunday flipped over, reportedly leaving her under water for “several minutes.” […]

Science Has Designed a Song to Make Your Baby Laugh With Pleasure

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  • 6 Months ago
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Science Has Designed a Song to Make Your Baby Laugh With Pleasure This article originally appeared on Time.com.  Experts have teamed up to answer a question that any parent wishing to soothe or amuse a little one would appreciate the answer to: What kind of music do babies like?  Caspar […]

This Mom’s Honest Facebook Post Shows No One Is Perfect

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  • 7 Months ago
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This Mom’s Honest Facebook Post Shows No One Is Perfect This article originally appeared on RealSimple.com. In the age of social media, it can be easy to think your followers have the perfect lives, but 21-year-old mom Cierra Fortner is proving that things aren’t always as amazing as the filters make them seem. […]

What You Should Know About Mold and Children’s Toys

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  • 7 Months ago
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What You Should Know About Mold and Children’s Toys This article originally appeared on RealSimple.com. If this week’s news about mold hiding in popular baby teether Sophie the Giraffe has you freaked out about your own child’s toys, we don’t blame you. (Those pictures were pretty frightening.) Even if you don’t have […]

A Stationary Bike for Children Is Exactly What the World Doesn’t Need

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  • 8 Months ago
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A Stationary Bike for Children Is Exactly What the World Doesn’t Need Are you a parent who depends on the judicious use of screen time to get through the day (*raises hand*) but feels guilty at the sight of your precious offspring slouched glassy-eyed on the couch, mouths hanging open as the blue light […]

Acute Flaccid Myelitis: What to Know About the Devastating, Polio-Like Condition

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  • 10 Months ago
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Acute Flaccid Myelitis: What to Know About the Devastating, Polio-Like Condition After eight children in Washington state were diagnosed with acute flaccid myelitis (AFM) last week, doctors are scrambling to find answers about the polio-like condition that has recently surged in the United States. AFM first garnered attention in 2014, when more than […]

A 4-Year-Old Boy Ended Up in the Hospital From Taking Too Many Supplements

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  • 10 Months ago
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A 4-Year-Old Boy Ended Up in the Hospital From Taking Too Many Supplements If you’ve ever been wary of popping too many supplements, this story may confirm your concerns: A new report published in the BMJ documents the case of a four-year-old boy who became severely ill after taking a slew of alternative medicines prescribed by a naturopath.  His […]

The Right Way to Talk to Kids About Their Weight

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  • 12 Months ago
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The Right Way to Talk to Kids About Their Weight How should parents talk to their teenagers about weight? They shouldn’t, says a new report from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). More specifically, they shouldn’t focus on weight itself—the dieting, the calorie counting, the numbers on the scale—and instead encourage kids […]
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