Oral effects of breastfeeding
Breastfeeding can help promote the growth of aligned teeth in the child, an Australian study suggests.
Open bite, overbite, and moderate dental misalignments are less prevalent among children who are breastfed. predominantly or exclusively breastfed. But the authors reported in the study that pacifier use modified these associations.
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The other day, reading an article on politics, I saw the following comment: "Mayors only do works that appear, so basic sanitation, that is buried, out of sight of the voter, is left there." In my area, which is the organization of weddings, those who do not care about the invisible details of a celebration run the risk of organizing a major fiasco.
Parental alienation is when one parent (usually the guardian of the child) invents lies and slander against the other, accusing him of things that did not happen, in the intention of putting the children against him, destroying any positive feeling that the child feels for the absent father. Most of the alienators are the mothers, who take care of their children.