Ever wondered why we see pregnant women having that glowing skin and full-of-volume hair? Being pregnant seemingly gives that special glow or some kind of rejuvenating effect, on mums-to-be. Well, this "pregnancy glow" has now been explained by science.
"New research published in the journal Fertility and Sterility shows that pregnancy can help women repair damaged tissue in their bodies, which becomes more of a challenge for people as they age. Apparently it's the blood
This video has been viewed for almost 5 million times on YouTube. This video was initially showing a normal day but what happens at 02:36 would definitely put your guards up!
In Close to Home, we are introduced to six characters on a perfectly average day. Their lives are then irrevocably changed by the devastating consequences of a seemingly innocent glance at a phone while driving. No post is
Parents, this video should be watched together your kids, particularly those on social media. Watch how this man pretends to be a teenage boy on Facebook and chats with teenage girls and asks them out. This is a pretty alarming video.
Babies learn language best by interacting with people rather than passively through a video or audio recording. But it's been unclear what aspects of social interactions make them so important for learning.
New findings by researchers at the Institute for Learning & Brain Sciences (I-LABS) at the University of Washington demonstrate for the first time that an early social behavior called gaze shifting is linked to infants' ability to learn new language sounds.
Babies about 10 months old who engaged in more gaze shifting during sessions with a foreign language tutor showed a boost in a brain response that indicates language learning, according to the study, which is published in the current issue of Developmental Neuropsychology.
Breastfeeding for six months or longer was associated with a lower risk of childhood leukemia compared with children who were never breastfed or who were breastfed for a shorter time, according to an article published online by JAMA Pediatrics.
Leukemia is the most common childhood cancer and accounts for about 30 percent of all childhood cancers. Still, little is known about its cause. Breast milk is meant to exclusively supply all the nutritional needs of infants and current recommendations include
As your kids are growing up and will be needing to have their own bedrooms soon, it is certain that they would want to have a space made according to their preference. But we all know that decorating children's room can be a challenge. One concern is the ever-changing need to redecorate the space as your children mature. You can design a cheerful, distinctive and organised bedroom for your kids by knowing a few tricks. Here are 8 great decorating tips that we rounded up to decor your kid's bedroom, so your child's space can be just as awesome as he or she is.
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Dressing our children in cute clothes is one of the biggest joys of parenthood. Everyone enjoys showing off their kids, dressed in frilly dresses or cute statement shirts, wearing adorable little booties and shoes. Itís understandable, especially for first-time parents, to want to splurge on clothes for their kids. But as they soon find out, much of the clothes they buy for their kids ends up only being used a couple of times before itís
The internet is a very powerful tool pedophiles and online predators use to get beautiful and young girls to victimize. Many young girls are very active when using the internet and many social media sites. At a minor age of 15-17, they already engage in online dating, and may lead to a personal meeting in the futureówhich is very, very, dangerous. If you see a young, beautiful girl meeting with a 42-year-old man, and he