Bunătatea nu este un simplu act, e un mod de viaţă.Zâmbeşte, iubeşte, doreşte, luptă, visează, dăruieşte. Azi. Mâine poate fi prea târziu."Nici un act de bunătate, oricât de mic, nu e o risipă" - Esop

Bunătatea nu este un simplu act, e un mod de viaţă.

Anthony Douglas

Zâmbeşte, iubeşte, doreşte, luptă, visează, dăruieşte. Azi. Mâine poate fi prea târziu.

Nu există cheie spre fericire. Ușa e mereu deschisă. Maica Tereza

"Nici un act de bunătate, oricât de mic, nu e o risipă" - Esop

To make a difference in someone's life, you don't have to be brilliant, rich, beautiful or perfect. You just have to care.

Image: HealthPages.org Children born in deliveries planned just a week before the end of a typical pregnancy may be more likely to experience health, learning and behavior issues by the time they’re ready for school than kids born at full term, a study suggests.Plenty of previous research has found premature infants often have difficulty breathing […]

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Image: Solar Navigator The timing of hospital discharge should be the decision of the health care provider caring for the mother and newborn infant and should not be based on arbitrary policies established by third-party payers, according to a new policy statement released by the AAP s Committee on Fetus and Newborn. “A shortened hospital […]

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Image source: SlideShare AAP, ACOG recommend improved use of Apgar score A joint policy statement issued today by the AAP and the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists recommends improvements for and defines appropriate use of the Apgar score. The statement — in which the organizations emphasized the importance and convenience of the Apgar score […]

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  Photo source: es.pinterest.com Cough and cold medicines should not be prescribed or recommended for respiratory illnesses in children under four years of age. Research has shown these products offer little benefit to young children and can have potentially serious side effects. Many cough and cold products for children have more than one ingredient, increasing […]

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Infants have a much lower risk of getting influenza when their mothers are vaccinated against the virus during pregnancy, a U.S. study confirms. Doctors recommend flu vaccinations for pregnant women because the virus is linked to complications like preterm births, and because it helps protect babies from catching the flu before they’re able to get […]

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Once upon a time, a scientist named Dr. Andrew Wakefield published in the medical journal The Lancet that he had discovered a link between autism and vaccines. After years of controversy and making parents mistrust vaccines, along with collecting $674,000 from lawyers who would benefit from suing vaccine makers, it was discovered he had made […]

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Photo source: library.buffalo.edu September 7th, 1888, for the first time, a premature baby is treated in an incubator in America.  Her name is Edith Eleanor McLean and, though she weighs only two and a half pounds, she’s nursed to health at State Emigrant Hospital in New York in a 3-ft. square, 4-ft. high box called […]

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Photo source: culturescjeesemag.com Another study is out telling moms and dads that our kids are fat and it’s all our fault. Tired of hearing these studies? Sorry guys, but this is one report you might want to read. See, the thing is, researchers from the University of North Carolina School of Medicine are now saying […]

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As your child grows from an infant to a toddler to an older child, there are many ways in which he or she develops. These include physical, cognitive, and speech development. Every child develops at different rates and some children develop in certain areas faster than others. Speech and language are the most common areas […]

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Photo source: www.positive-parenting-ally.com Infants Are Amazing In the very beginning, it may seem that your baby does nothing but eat, sleep, cry, and fill her diapers. But your infant is learning too. She can see and hear what is happening around her and can communicate her needs and interests to others. Parents can help their […]

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