3 People Your Children Should Meet Regularly

Posted on: 19 May 2015

As life grows increasingly busy, particularly as your children grow up, you may not find the time to take your child certain places. Rather, you opt to do your errands without the children, so you can get everything done quickly and come home sooner. But by not bringing your children along on these errands, you may be depriving them of important life experiences. How will children know what to expect in "
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How to Mindfully Tackle Your Fear of the Dentist

Posted on: 17 April 2015

For many people, the idea of visiting their dentist for a simple check-up is enough to make them feel tense, full of anxiety, and with off the scale fear levels. And when a fear is that deeply rooted, it can be difficult to know exactly how to overcome it. Over recent years, mindfulness and meditation have become areas of great interest for people seeking a calmer and more relaxed life, and although these practices are great for a person's general well-being, they can also most certainly have an effect on specific things such as an overwhelming fear of sitting in the dentist's chair.
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Do You Really Need to Stop Your Child from Sucking Their Thumb?

Posted on: 20 March 2015

Sucking on their mother's breast or the teat of a bottle is comforting, provides nourishment and allows for bonding between baby and parent. It's no wonder that the desire to suck is strong in a baby. This is why they will suck your finger, and their thumb, a habit which can start as early as week 29 in the pregnancy. As thumb sucking can give a child comfort as they grow, do you really need to wean them off the habit?
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How to Work as a Forensic Dentist

Posted on: 20 February 2015

The field of dentistry has evolved over the years into an overwhelmingly wide field. One of the newer areas in dentistry is forensic dentistry. This branch involves use of forensic knowledge to identify individuals or even help to solve crime by analyzing dental evidence and bite marks. A forensic dentist's input is crucial when it comes to criminology, where criminals are careful not to leave fingerprints or get caught in surveillance cameras, but engage in some struggle that involves bites.
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