Image: Shutterstock IN THIS ARTICLE Reactive attachment disorder or RAD is a condition in which infants and young children fail to establish healthy attachments with caregivers or parents. Babies usually develop the disorder when they do not receive basic emotional care, support, and comfort from their caregivers. Infants with reactive attachment disorder may require treatments
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Recent analyses indicate that pregnant women and newborns may face elevated risks of developing more severe cases of COVID-19 following SARS-CoV-2 infection. New research led by investigators at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and published in Cell reveals lower than expected transfer of protective SARS-CoV-2 antibodies via the placenta from mothers who are infected in the
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Join the Play Pandemic Challenge → https://theparentingjunkie.com/challenge A Day in My Life Homeschooling with 3 Little Ones The Parenting Junkie will give us a look at a day in my life homeschooling with 3 kids ages 5 and under. Considering the ample free time this homeschooling approach could also be viewed as a day in
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I will never forget watching the transition happen with both of my children – that moment when I started to bring a spoonful of food to my own mouth, and they opened their mouths wide, too. A sure sign theses exclusively breast-fed babies were ready to start solids. What are the other signs and how
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One day you’ll look back and remember your pregnancy as one of the most special times of your life. Whether you are having a smooth-sailing or slightly more rocky pregnancy, the anticipation and the excitement of meeting your new baby is different from any other experience you will have in your lifetime. Your body changes
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Giving antimalarial medicines to children monthly during the rainy season cut malaria deaths in children by 42 per cent, making a case for wide implementation in malaria-endemic African regions, a study found. In 2012, the World Health Organization (WHO) issued guidelines for implementing intermittent monthly drug administration, also known as Seasonal Malaria Chemoprevention (SMC), in
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With six weeks to go until her due date, Leah Cardin, a teacher in Burlington, Ont., was feeling confident in her birth plan. Her first labour, in 2017, had gone smoothly, and she hoped to have another positive experience with minimal interventions while delivering her second baby, who was due in April 2020. But then
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Dorothy Robson and Sean Smith first noticed their three-year-old son, Sebastian, was hitting other kids when he was a year and a half. “At first, we would redirect him and say, ‘You can’t hit. This is a gentle touch,’” says Robson. “But as he gets older, we talk to him about it. We ask him
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