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How to Use Lemon for Acne Removal

How to Use Lemon for Acne Removal

Acne, which is a long-term and common skin disease, appears due to the clogging of the skin pores on which the acne-causing bacteria, known as propionibacterium acne thrive. It is estimated that nearly 80% of people between the age group of 11 and 30 get acne at some point in their life. Sometimes it also affects people in their 40s and 50s. Acne is not dangerous skin condition but certainly it makes the affected area look ugly with its unsightly scars. Gradually it also affects the self-esteem of the suffering person.

There are many natural ingredients that are used to treat acne effectively. One such ingredient is lemon, which is not only cheap but also easily available at your home. You can prepare wonderful natural remedies with lemon for acne.

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Top 15 Super Brain Foods For Kids

Super Brain Foods For Kids

Children in their growing years need proper food for their overall growth as well as for their brain development. The foods consumed by children affect their learning skills and improves their ability to concentrate. Studies have found that food containing essential nutrients and vitamins has the ability to boost the brain power. Here are some tasty and healthy Super foods that will energize the kid’s brain for learning activity. These foods will ensure the proper working of the brain even in future years.

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Probiotic formula may hold key to cow’s milk allergy

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Food allergies are growing in prevalence in developed countries, and 3% of children globally are allergic to cow’s milk. New research carried out on children with cow’s milk allergy has shown that structural differences in gut bacteria may be the reason why some children do not acquire tolerance.
Teams from the University of Chicago, IL, Argonne National Laboratory in Lemont, IL, and the University of Naples Federico II in Italy found that some infants gained tolerance to cow’s milk after being treated with probiotic formula, while others did not. Continue reading Probiotic formula may hold key to cow’s milk allergy

Parents Choose A Simple Device To Reshape A Baby’s Ear

Before and after photos of an ear shaped with the EarWell device.
Before and after photos of an ear shaped with the EarWell device.

Soon after giving birth to a baby girl, Jennifer McMullen noticed that one of her daughter’s ears looked a little different. Continue reading Parents Choose A Simple Device To Reshape A Baby’s Ear

Learning a musical instrument boosts kids’ brains

 Learning to play a musical instrument as a child could affect the way in which the brain grows.

Learning to play a musical instrument as a child could affect the way in which the brain grows.

Learning a musical instrument is a terrific opportunity for children to express themselves creatively while picking up a new skill. It could be much more than this though, according to researchers, who suggest that musical training could also serve to hone their mental energies. Continue reading Learning a musical instrument boosts kids’ brains

8 Common skin problems in babies

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A baby’s skin is so delicate that even a slight scratch or rash is known to make them very irritable.

Remember that newborns are quite prone to rashes and most are harmless and disappear on their own within a few days. Here’s looking at some common skin problems in babies:
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A new method to help newborns sleep through the night

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Bringing home your newborn from the hospital is one of the most joyous moments in a parent’s life. But those joyous moments can quickly turn into chaotic and stress-ridden times if your baby can’t sleep through the night.

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Mother’s voice may help preemies learn to feed

A pacifier-activated recording of mother singing may improve a premature baby’s feeding, which in turn could lead to its leaving the hospital sooner, according to a new study.

One reason premature babies sometimes have to stay in the hospital for a while is that they haven’t developed the strength and coordination to nurse properly. Babies who can’t feed yet stay in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) and rely on a feeding tube.
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Lack of sleep blights pupils’ education

Sleep deprivation is a significant hidden factor in lowering the achievement of school pupils, according to researchers carrying out international education tests.

It is a particular problem in more affluent countries, with sleep experts linking it to the use of mobile phones and computers in bedrooms late at night.
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