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Useful tricks to teach the child to study without studying

How difficult it is for some children to sit in front of a book and start studying, even more so when dealing with children with concentration problems. They can spend evenings and afternoons sitting in a chair in front of the textbook and not making anything clear. They come to the exam with confused ideas, few clear concepts, and many gaps.
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Your baby's first Christmas

If your baby was born this year, surely this Christmas will be different because your baby has come to increase the family, your life has taken on a new meaning, and almost all of your good wishes and loving looks from the whole family.During these special dates everything is full of color.
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The innocence of children

Today is the day of the innocent saints, a day dedicated to children, a day to learn to value the vision that children have of the world and to try to preserve that simple, happy, credulous and imaginative look of our children in the situations that We may want to recall how we were as children and play a joke on the innocent on duty.
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The growth of children

After the first year of life, a child's growth rate is cut in half. From 2 years to puberty, growth is usually steady and slow, and children can grow 6 to 8 centimeters a year, although there may be variations. In any case, the growth of children is, in many families, a concern.
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Natural remedies to clear children's noses

Nasal congestion occurs when the membrane that covers the inside of the nose becomes inflamed due to the presence of viruses, bacteria, or allergens. This inflammation is what blocks the nostrils and obstructs the passage of air. We tell you how to free the sinuses by eliminating excess mucus.
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Difficulty swallowing

About difficulty swallowing or dysphagia If your child has difficulty swallowing food or liquids, it's most likely because of a sore throat. Or your child might have a sore throat because of a cold, glandular fever, mouth infection or mouth ulcers. Babies can have difficulty swallowing if they have a cold that's causing a blocked nose.
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