Do Newborns Have Tears or Sweat?

Do Newborns Have Tears or Sweat?

When a baby is first born, it has a distinctive scream that is specific to this stage in its life. It is a sign of health and vitality and will be heard often by the baby’s parents in the days and weeks following the birth
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Singapore plans to pay $2000 for a newborn baby

The Singapore government has prepared a support scheme to balance the population rate. The decrease in birth rate is becoming a serious problem in Singapore, and the Government are taking serious and comprehensive actions to solve the problem
Relax at Mealtimes and Your Children Will be Less Picky

Relax at Mealtimes and Your Children Will be Less Picky

In an article published by the University of Michigan in 2018, it was revealed that children who were picky about food, generally had parents who were stricter during mealtimes.
A Free Way To Get Kids Reading More

A Free Way To Get Kids Reading More

Free "Books from Birth" is a book gifting program that gives free books to children from birth to age five in participating communities within the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and Republic of Ireland.
The Impact of A Father's Exercise Routine on His Children

The Impact of A Father's Exercise Routine on His Children

A new study from scientists at Ohio State University Wexner Medical Centre proves that the exercise habits of the father before conception have a significant impact on the baby's lifelong health.
Green Spaces Make Clever Kids.

Green Spaces Make Clever Kids.

Doctor Payam Dadvand, who works at the Centre for Research and Environmental Epidemiology in Barcelona, has been studying how the environment affects children's brain health for many years.
Why Do Children Imitate Adults?

Why Do Children Imitate Adults?

To understand us better, children watch and observe us; copying our behaviours and facial expressions without us really noticing they are doing it.
Do Babies Like Vegetables?

Do Babies Like Vegetables?

Researchers at Monell Chemical Senses Center in Philadelphia,  have discovered the easiest way to encourage kids to like eating vegetables: breastfeeding.