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About Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and How To Handle it

  Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is one of the most common behavioral problems in children. They are inattentive, over-active; they react impulsively and present difficulties in focusing for longer periods of time. Usually, ADHD affects children and adolescents, but it can continue into adulthood, too. The ADHD may be pretty difficult to diagnose because every...

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5 Must-Have Baby Items for New Moms

Congratulations! You’re a mom now — or are soon to be one. Your baby means the world to you. Your little baby boy or girl is a precious addition to your family. But, as you know all too well, babies are a lot of work. Diaper changing, nap times, feeding (whether you breastfeed or go with...

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The Mayo Clinic Diet: a healthy eating plan

At Mayo Clinic, one of the largest integrated, not-for-profit group practice in the world, “the needs of the patient come first.” In this clinic, more than 3,300 physicians, scientists and researchers and 46,000 allied health staff put themselves in the service of the patients’ health. Since nutrition is an important of a good heath, the Mayo...

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Foods that Make Your Baby Smarter

The basis of your baby’s future intelligence is set during pregnancy. First of all, he or she will get from you the intelligence gene and from the food you eat will receive nutrients that can boost the development of the nervous system. The future mom should eat foods that contain protein, choline and Omega-3s. Proteins promote...

The Good And The Bad Aspects of Smart Drugs (Nootropics)

Smart drugs – also called nootropics or cognitive enhancers – are substances, medications and supplements used to boost cognitive and memory functions. They are usually taken by healthy individuals to enhance their creativity and motivate them for optimal mental performance. While it can be appealing to have a magic wand to get us do more under...

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Your toddler controls his emotions with the fork

In the first year of life, the baby is not entirely aware of his own individuality, identifying himself with his parents. Since the difference “me – my Mommy/Daddy” is vaguely understood, this year is a period of relative calmness; as long as baby’s basic needs are satisfied, the shadow of conflicts is away. Unfortunately, this grace...