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While the modern countries may claim a reduction in tooth cavities, developing countries such as India still face an uphill task. So what can be an efficient step in bringing down the numbers? Taking care of kids’ oral health care is a valuable foundational step in an attempt to strike at the root of the problem.
Your Child’s First Visit to the Pediatric Dentist:
Pediatric dentists and the AAPD Foundation (America’s Pediatric Dentists) recommend that parents take the child to visit a pediatric dentist before he or she turns 1 year old. This means that the child visits the dentist 6 months before the first set of tooth erupts. It is common for parents to ask why dentists suggest that children have their first dental appointment at an early age. Most of the baby’s 20 milk teeth will be grown by the age of one and a half years. So seeing a dentist in the first year of a baby would help to identify any potential risks of cavities, tooth decays or other issues at an early age. In case of any likely issues, preventive measures can....
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Even if hearing loss is commonly associated with aging, it can actually affect anyone at any age. The alarming fact is that the chances of reversing complete hearing loss are slim to none in many people. However, the good news is that hearing loss is preventable. There are some practices that everyone can integrate into their lifestyle for protection against this issue. Read on to discover the four ways you can protect yourself from hearing loss.
1. Avoid Loud Noises
Frequent exposure to loud noise can hurt your ears, causing either temporary or permanent hearing loss. Avoid exposing yourself to loud noises as much as possible or use ear protection while in noisy environments. Examples of noise-induced hearing loss environments include loud workplaces like chainsaw operations, lawnmowers, and construction sites. Leisure environments such as clubs and concerts are also a common culprit. In these noisy environments, you often have to shout to the person next to you for them to hear. If you can’t avoid them completely, you can consider using ear muffs or noise-canceling headphones to block unwanted noise. If you’re able, try to find a....
Cars are a dangerous necessity. They carry us from doctors’ appointments to grocery stores and allow us to travel distances that make our lives easier. Unfortunately, they’re not magical perfect machines that we can guarantee will keep our children safe. We must do everything we can to ensure that our kids will be unharmed even if the worst happens. If you’re trying to figure out a way to make your car safer for your baby and yourself, here are the top tips for any parent.Make Sure You Have The Right Car Seat:Car seats can be confusing for new parents, especially since the change rules to some degree from year to year. Take the time to research which car seat is the best fit between your legal needs, your child’s comfort needs, and whatever other concerns you have. Avoid seats that convert automatically into a stroller because they often don’t do a great job at being either. Ensure the chair is attached securely and safely, and try to keep it as clean as possible. You don’t have....
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A child brings pure joy into a parent’s world, but the excitement of a new life does not come without its hefty costs. Most mothers and fathers expect to have to fork out more cash than usual for their new bundle of joy, but many do not realize just how much it all comes to. Here are the costs of a child for new parents.
Many new parents get excited by the idea of buying their baby cute clothes (as does the rest of the family!). Do not go overboard as you will find they outgrow them quickly. Get a few pieces in the next size up so that when they grow overnight (trust me!) they still have a few things to wear before you can get to the shops. Most children grow out of clothes before they have had a chance to wear them through – so ask around in your neighbourhood for any hand-me-downs, most families will have a bag or two to be passed on.
Your baby might be small, but they will consume an awful lot! In the early days, they will be drinking milk, but soon you will need to start purchasing solid foods. This will add to your overall grocery bill each week, so make sure you adjust your budget. If you are curious about....
Being a mother is a great and rewarding feeling as you’ll be able to bring life to this world that you sheltered in your own body. Some people say that being a mother is exhausting as you’re up all night. You’d be surprised with how easily you can pick up with the habits and responsibilities of being a mother like you’ve been doing it for the longest time. While you prepare for your little one to comes out, you may want to enjoy your pregnancy period and allow yourself to have a good night’s sleep. It’s very common for pregnant women to feel uncomfortable during the night, especially during the third trimester where the baby is getting bigger and heavier. Don’t worry, listed below are the tips on how you can have a great night while you’re pregnant:
1. Invest in A Good Mattress:
Who wouldn’t love to lay their bodies in the best and most comfortable bed ever? Sleeping in a comfortable mattress is highly essential, especially for pregnant women who experience plenty of body pains due to carrying an added weight on their....
As you may well know, being a parent is a 24-hour job, and you can’t afford to be unwell – especially when you have little ones to look after. The healthier and happier you are in yourself; the more likely you’ll be able to create a quality family environment for your child. It is easier said than done to find the time to take care of your own wellbeing, but you must do so to keep up with the high demands placed on your shoulders. In this guide, we’re going to discuss how you can stay well as a parent:
1. A Healthy Diet:
Ensuring you’re getting the right nutrients and vitamins from your daily diet will keep your body healthy and give you the energy you need to take care of your growing family. A healthy diet involves eating an assortment of foods to ensure you remain at an appropriate weight for your BMI and prevent you from developing serious illnesses and diseases, including the likes of heart disease and cancer. Women should also be taking a daily multivitamin with folic acid (0.4 mg) and vitamin D (400 IU) when planning on trying....
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