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Preparing children in a risky world

OHMYGOSSIP — The news is full of children getting caught up in adult situations they can’t handle. We hear of children being lured by predators, children hurting one another, committing grave acts of violence and bullying.

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What does the science say about multivitamins? Do they actually work? The Surprising Truth!

OHMYGOSSIP — Multivitamins are the most commonly used supplements in the world. Their popularity has increased rapidly in the past few decades. Some people believe that multivitamins can improve health, make up for poor eating habits or even reduce the

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Air pollution linked to ADHD, reduced IQ in kids

NordenBladet – Pregnant women exposed to air pollution are five times more likely to have children who develop behavior problems related to attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD, a new study reports.

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Problems with overweight? Read how drinking water can help you lose weight!

OHMYGOSSIP — For a long time, drinking water has been thought to help with weight loss. In fact, 30–59% of US adults who try to lose weight increase their water intake. Many studies show that drinking more water may benefit

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What is Oligospermia and how to increase your sperm count

OHMYGOSSIP — Many couples are not sure why it is difficult for them to conceive a child. There could be many reasons, but low sperm count is one of those reasons.

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WEIGHT LOSS TIPS! 4 Rules to reach and maintain your ideal weight

OHMYGOSSIP — Losing weight is hard and demands daily effort, balanced with the realities of birthday cake, holidays, and the surprise box of chocolates that show up at your door.

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6 Ways youngsters enjoyed snow days 100 years ago

OHMYGOSSIP — Never take free time for granted. In the 1910s, when child labor was common, free time was a luxury many kids couldn’t afford. Yet, then as now, some much-needed recreation might be had on the occasional snow day.

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Early reading may build brain power

OHMYGOSSIP — Good early reading skills correlated with higher intelligence later. Genetics may not be the only factors that influence intelligence. Some environmental factors like reading may be able to boost general intelligence as well, new research suggests.

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15 Ways you can help your child succeed in school: Better study habits for ADHD kids

OHMYGOSSIP — Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD, similar to hyperkinetic disorder in the ICD-10) is a psychiatric disorder of the neurodevelopmental type in which there are significant problems of attention, hyperactivity, or acting impulsively that are not appropriate for a

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Your mouth, your health! Can mouth bacteria affect the heart?

OHMYGOSSIP — Can mouth bacteria affect the heart? Some studies show that people with gum disease are more likely have heart disease than those with healthy gums. Researchers aren’t sure why that is; gum disease isn’t proven to cause other

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