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Archives for September 2017

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4 Ways To Help Preschoolers Eat Food Safely

by Marnie Bii September 19th, 2017| Preschool, Safety
As kids reach their preschool years, they have the teeth and ability required to chew up their food into smaller pieces before swallowing. Kids also develop stronger tongue muscles for increased dexterity needed to push food into range of their teeth. As a result, you can start introducing foods

4 Alternative Career Paths for Teen School Leavers

by Editorial Team September 13th, 2017| Teens
A teenager can dread exam results day — it seems like their entire future is balanced precariously on a piece of paper.

And a parent naturally worries if either their teens’ results are disappointing or are better than expected yet they don’t want to go straight to university.

But there are more
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4 Unexpected Movements in Your Baby’s 1st Year

by Marnie Bii September 12th, 2017| Development, Infants/Toddlers
As you eagerly await your baby's first movements, you may be surprised at the way the learning process transpires. Your child may throw you a curveball by inventing his or her own interesting ways to move around. Since the traditional movements will quickly follow suit, you can sit back

Getting A Mind For The Business Behind General Dentistry

by Editorial Team September 5th, 2017| Elementary
When you see the name of a dentist in front of their practice, it’s a natural reflex to say “oh, that’s what they do.” However, that’s not entirely accurate. When a dentist starts up their practice, in addition to their ordinary duties, they also become a business owner. As a
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Teen’s Perspective on Back to School Behavior

by Sam P. September 5th, 2017| School, Teens
School is here, but no one wants to go.  It seems to be this way every year.  Of course, I am eager to go back; I start my senior year, but I am also dreading it.  The thought of being a senior is exhilarating, but also terrifying.  I feel
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