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Hypertension

Hypertension

If you are pregnant and suffer from hypertension, you may need to watch your salt intake regularly. Consult your gynecologist for specific instructions concerning your salt and sodium intake. A systematic evaluation of your diet will allow you to identify areas that need specific changes, and that will help alleviate the problem to quite an extent. Some pointers to keep …

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Invest Something of Yourself in the Child – Building Self-Esteem in Children

Invest Something of Yourself in the Child - Building Self-Esteem in Children

Let children be involved in something outside the ordinary, programmed situation. Let them know your are willing to invest something personal of yours in your relationship with them. While I was working to develop self-grooming in Hilda, at a very early developmental stage, I used to pick her up and hold her next to me in front of the mirror …

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Don’t Bore Children – Nurturing Success in Children

Don't Bore Children - Nurturing Success in Children

If you know something bores children, don’t do it unless you have to. And if you have to, try to find a way of doing it that’s less boring. The idea is that some things which need to be done in life are going to appear to be boring, at least when first encountered. The challenge is for you and …

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Tell Children They are Part of Your World – Building self-esteem in Children

Tell Children They are Part of Your World - Building self-esteem in Children

Whenever I brought something of my own children’s world into my professional work, for example, when I used their suggestions, their toys, and their games, I made a point of building my children’s self-esteem by telling them how useful their suggestions had been. Children I worked with often taught me things I then used in working with others. Hilda, for …

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Hepatitis B

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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Parenting – Nurturing Success: Build Success into the Relationship

Parenting – Nurturing Success: Build Success into the Relationship

A sense of success grows slowly in children, since they are prone to feeling inadequate around adults. To help children succeed, create situations where failure is least likely. It also helps if you can be alert to their fear, embarrassment, and likely areas of failure. You will learn to notice their hesitancy in such areas. Rather than pushing or forcing …

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Parenting – Nurturing Success: Capitalize on Existing Successes

Parenting - Nuturing Success: Capitalize on Existing Successes

In building success into a relationship with children, take advantage of what they already have going for them. Utilize the interests and successes that already have going for them. Utilize the interests and successes that already exist. Find some way to make a child feel successful, then build more success upon that success. When Tommy came to me, he experienced …

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अपने बच्चों को रोज प्रोत्साहित करें

अपने बच्चों को रोज प्रोत्साहित करें

हर मां-बाप चाहते हैं कि उनका बच्चा पढ़ाई-लिखाई में अच्छे नंबर लाए। पर अगर आपका बच्चा अच्छे नंबर नहीं ला पाता तो अापके अपने बच्चों का डाटना नहीं चाहिएं। एेसा करने से वह सोचते है कि वह अकेले है अौर वच्चें अपना आत्मविश्वास खो देते है। बच्चे हमेशा वही करते हैं जो अाप उनके सामने करते या फिर बोलते हैं। …

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Have No Unspoken Expectations

Have No Unspoken Expectations

Expectations can sometimes evoke energy and excitement when you and the child share them openly and willingly. On the other hand, expectations can be a source of confusion and anxiety in children when they remain unstated or presumed. Furthermore, expectations, stated or unstated, often get in the way of certain kinds of creative success in children. I find it helpful …

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13 Women You Should Never, Ever Date

13 Women You Should Never, Ever Date

Control freak: This woman is dominant and wants to show that she’s the supreme being. From choosing a place to eat and movies to choosing who you should hangout with, she takes a call. Sometimes you wonder if you exist at all. Where’s the money honey: Call it daylight robbery. This kind of girl will fleece you to no end …

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