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Pain Relievers for Children

While no parent likes to see their child suffer through pain, you do have to exercise caution when giving pain relievers to children, as these medicines can have a much larger impact on their petite bodies than they do on adult medicine takers. To select the right pain reliever for your child, consider the specifics of his pain as well as his age, ensuring that you choose just the right remedy for him.

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Potty Training Tips & Techniques

Few parenting efforts cause mothers of toddlers more anxiety than potty training. Although you may know your child will eventually graduate from diapers, starting the process can raise many questions and concerns. Experienced mothers, friends and relatives often like to offer advice about potty training methods they used. When it comes to teaching your child how to use the toilet, certain techniques may work better than other methods. Practicing patience, as well as offering support and encouragement, will help you and your child accomplish this important goal.

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Managing Difficult Behavior in Children

Managing difficult behavior in children is always a challenge. But if you are predictably consistent, reliable and persistent in working toward the behavioral goals you have set for a child, you are more likely to get the type of behaviors you are seeking. Think of behavior in terms of CPR–only this CPR means that you are consistent in your expectations, persistent in getting the behaviors you want and reliable in terms of how you react when a child simply doesn’t cooperate.

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About Male Fertility

Infertility is not just a womans problem. About half the time, infertility problems involve the man, and 20-to-30 percent of the time the main obstacle to conception is a mans low fertility, according to WebMD. If you are trying to have a baby and are having difficulties, you and your partner should get a fertility test. The earlier treatment begins if it is necessary, the better off you both will be.