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Six reasons babies cry and how to soothe them

Monday, December 19, 2016 4506 Views

Six reasons babies cry and how to soothe them

Your baby is fully dependent on you. You provide her with the food, warmth and comfort that she needs. When she cries, it's her way of communicating any or all of those needs and of ensuring a response from you.  It's sometimes hard to work out which need your baby wants you to take care of. But as your baby ...

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5 Fruits that Fight the Flu

Monday, December 19, 2016 5089 Views

5 Fruits that Fight the Flu

Fruit fights the germs we're exposed to in the winter. "The vitamin load keeps your immune level high, allowing you to fend off colds and flu," says Amy Howell, Ph.D., a research scientist at Rutgers University. Fruits also reduce the risk of heart disease and cancer. Try the five below to give your immune system a boost.

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How to Stop Coughing in 5 Minutes

Saturday, December 17, 2016 4422 Views

How to Stop Coughing in 5 Minutes

A persistent cough is painful and frustrating. It can be caused by everything from a dry throat to sinus drainage to asthma. The key to combating your cough quickly is selecting the right solution for your type of cough.

Method 1 : Getting Hydrated

Reach for fluids. As with any illness, staying hydrated is your fir ...

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Do Apples Affect Diabetes and Blood Sugar Levels?

Friday, December 16, 2016 5551 Views

Do Apples Affect Diabetes and Blood Sugar Levels?

Apples are delicious, nutritious and convenient to eat. Studies have shown that they have several health benefits. Yet apples also contain carbs, which impact blood sugar levels. However, the carbs found in apples affect your body differently than the sugars found in junk foods. This article explains how apples affect blood sugar levels and how to in ...

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Fever and high temperatures in children

Friday, December 16, 2016 3419 Views

Fever and high temperatures in children

A normal temperature in children is 36.5°C to 37°C although it depends on the person, their age, what they've been doing, the time of day and which part of the body you take the temperature from. 

If your child’s face feels hot to the touch and they look red or flushed, then they may have a fever. You can check ...

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