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Oral effects of breastfeeding

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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Consumer harms concentration

Consumer harms concentration

Long hours in front of the television, whether watching programming or playing video games, can disrupt the concentration of children in the according to a new study from the University of Iowa in the United States. Although there is a lot of disagreement on this issue, experts say the new research provides evidence that this type of fun can cause attention problems and increase the aggressiveness of children.

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Exciting: mother hears the heart of a deceased son beating another child

Exciting: mother hears the heart of a deceased son beating another child

Heather Clark could not contain her tears when hearing for the first time the heart of its son beating in the small Jordan Drake. Heather's son, Lukas, died in 2013 as a result of physical abuse committed by his sitter. After his death, Heather chose to donate his son's organs. And Lukas's heart was donated to Jordan, who was born with a heart problem.

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