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Women Can Spot Unfaithful Men?

Women Can Spot Unfaithful Men?

Research has shown that women can judge a man’s fidelity simply by studying his face. Signs of a male who is prone to cheating include classic masculine features, such as a wide, angular jaw, a square chin and a prominent brow, a tabloid reported. The finding comes from Australian researchers who began by recruiting almost 200 volunteers and photographing them. …

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वर्किंग कपल्स: नई सोच, नया रिश्ता

वर्किंग कपल्स: नई सोच, नया रिश्ता

पुरानी सोच रखने वाले लोग आज भी यही समझते हैं कि स्त्री कितनी भी तरक्की कर ले या वर्किंग होने के नाते परिवार को आर्थिक रूप से कितना भी सपोर्ट करती हो, पति, बच्चों और परिवार की जिम्मेदारियों को पूर्ण रूप से नीभाना भी उसी का ही काम है। हमने आज तक तकरीबन घरों में किसी न किसी महिला को …

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Malaria In Pregnant Women: Tips for Prevention

Pregnant Woman

Malaria infection during pregnancy is a significant public health problem with substantial risks for the pregnant woman, her fetus, and the newborn child. Malaria-associated maternal illness and low birth weight is mostly the result of Plasmodium falciparum infection and occurs predominantly in Africa. The symptoms and complications of malaria in pregnancy vary according to malaria transmission intensity in the given …

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Teach Children Meaning of Festivals

Meaning of Festivals

Monsoon Heralds the beginning of the festival seasons in India. Soon, there will be Raksha Bandhan, Ganesh Chaturthi, Navratris, Dussehra, Diwali, Christmas, New Year, Pongal, Holi, Lohri, Baisakhi, and many-many others including National Celebrations such as Independence Day and Gandhi Jayanti. We need to ensure that our children go beyond the outer trappings of expensive gifts, exciting fireworks or cool …

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Christmas Through the Eyes of a Child: Parenting

Christmas Through the Eyes of a Child

During Christmas time, in school, the local Gulmohar tree used to be spruced up as the Christmas tree and we knew there would be lots of little goodies from Santa under its delicate branches laden with tinsel and ribbons. Every year someone from the school staff or faculty would dress up as Santa on Christmas Day, which would usually be …

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Hepatitis B Information For Parents And Students

Hepatitis B

Another infectious disease, Hepatitis B, which is caused by a virus, occurs largely among newborns and young children. High Risk Group People who are more likely to contract the disease are surgeons, recipients of blood transfusions, health care and laboratory personnel, prostitutes, drug abusers, infant of a carrier mother. Source of Infection Contaminated blood and body secretions such as saliva, …

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In Touch With Grandparents

In Touch With Grandparents

In the olden days it was common for children to grow up surrounded by grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins and siblings. Today we see many nuclear families living far away from other members of the family, primarily due to career considerations. Of all such relationships the most significant is the one of grandparents and grandchildren. While physical distance becomes a big …

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