How to Get Your Baby to Sleep at Night

September 7, 2010
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Methods for Putting Your Baby to Sleep If you have not seen a good night’s sleep since your baby was born, don’t fret: you’re not alone. Sleepless nights are to be expected when becoming new parents, although you might not be as prepared as you thought. You are probably tired of waking up two, or [...]

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Babies on Junk Food Diet

September 7, 2010
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Unhealthy Eating among Babies In Perth, Western Australia, there is an epidemic of unhealthy eating among babies and young toddlers occurring. Even infants are being fed biscuits, ice cream and other unhealthy treats before they even reach age one. A research study conducted by Telethon Institute of Child Health Research, University of Western Australia and [...]

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Low Income Mothers – Depression and Poverty

September 4, 2010
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Infants of Depressed Mothers Living in Poverty The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) has recently raised concern for a study from the Urban Institute. The study has revealed that more than one-half of babies in poverty are being released by mothers living with depression creating parenting and child development challenges. NAMI, the largest mental [...]

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Attachment Parenting

September 4, 2010
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Instinctive Style of Parenting AP encourages such things as shedding diapers as early on as four-months, with the idea that babies have a natural knowledge of elimination processes. This is known as “elimination communication,” and was seen more in the days before parenting books. Co-sleeping is also the norm in AP, as for most parents [...]

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Can Your Baby Remember Neglect ?

September 4, 2010
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Ignored Babies Develop Stress Response If a baby is ignored even for a few minutes he won’t remember it later, will he? That’s the question Canadian researchers asked, and the answer may come as a surprise. Psychologists at the University of Toronto Scarborough performed an unusual experiment to test the effects of “emotional deprivation” on [...]

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