Month: July 2019

The elastic muscles of the vagina can stretch and return to their usual shape. During aging and after childbirth, the muscles around the vagina may become less strong. Despite the myths, sex does not have a lasting impact on vaginal tension. The pelvic floor muscles surround the vagina. These may weaken over time, which can
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A small amount of mucus in a baby’s poop is likely no cause for concern if there are no other symptoms. However, large quantities of mucus, mucus that appears in several stools in a row, or accompanying signs of diarrhea could each point to an allergy, a gastrointestinal infection, or another problem. The intestines naturally
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Stimulant medications are the first-line treatment for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Common symptoms of ADHD include hyperactivity, impulsive behavior, and difficulty paying attention. Recently, researchers have been investigating several different supplements that may help alleviate ADHD symptoms. In this article, we outline the research into some of the more promising hormone, dietary, and herbal
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👇Everything You Need To Know About National Twins Day » Read Now! 👇 This article may include advertisements, paid product features, affiliate links and other forms of sponsorship. Twins are more common than ever.  Women are waiting until later in life to have children which means they are more likely to release more than one
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All The Information Parents Need About Washing Cloth Diapers Cloth diapering is becoming more and more popular with many people making the switch either out of a desire to save money on diapers or because of the environmental benefits to using cloth rather than disposable diapers. That said, for many people, the thought of actually
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IN THIS ARTICLE Having the right bath accessories is essential to keep the baby safe in a bathtub. One such accessory is a bath mat, which prevents a squirmy baby from sliding and slipping into the water. There can be different variants of a bath mat that you can choose from. In this MomJunction post,
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What Is The Montessori Method? » This article may include advertisements, paid product features, affiliate links and other forms of sponsorship. Education is not a one type fits all. There are various ways of teaching children and one of them is the Montessori method created by Dr. Maria Montessori. This method is characterized by providing
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Photo: iStockphoto Katie Green’s daughter had flawless skin, so she was surprised when her second child, Charlie, developed what looked like baby acne at just 10 days old. “It started with redness on the cheeks, and then some whiteheads started appearing in clusters,” says Green. “It would be really bad on one side, and then
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How To Decide Between Homeschool Vs Public School Making the decision between homeschool vs. public school can be tough for many families. Many parents see the pros and cons of both and have trouble deciding on the best choice for their family. Like any major decision, doing your research can help make the right choice
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Photo: iStockphoto When Sandra Williams’* son was born, she and her husband both immediately noticed something looked different about his penis. “When I saw him pee, it was coming out from a different spot than it was supposed to,” says Williams, noting the urethra opening seemed to be at the bottom of the head, rather
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Image: Shutterstock The Arabic surnames come from the place, tribe, clan, or region the family originated from. They are also influenced by the minority the family belongs to. Most Arabic last names start with Al-, which basically means, The-. Example: Al-Saud, i.e., The Saud family. In some Arabic speaking nations like Jordan, Syria, and Lebanon,
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