Monthly Archives: June 2015

School Bags Getting Heavier Day by Day? – Here’s What a School Principal did

Over a period of time we have seen school bags of children getting heavier and heavier and this is not only leading to children hunching their backs but also in lower back pain issues at such a young age. The … Continue reading

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Watching Parents Buried on Their Smartphones is Depressing Ain’t It?

The writer of the popular book ‘Graffalo’, definitely feels so. Julia Donaldson has expressed serious concern over parents being hooked to their smartphones or tablets once they are home from work. See the irony, parents themselves complain of their kids … Continue reading

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Tips on Teaching Discipline to Kids Who Have Spitting Habit

Many of you might be facing this problem of your preschoolers, toddlers and 5-6 years old spitting around. This is not only embarrassing for the parents but disgusting or kids or elders they do to. This problem is a result … Continue reading

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Obesity Has Nothing To Do With Smartness in Kids – A Study

A Study carried out by a team of researchers at the University of Eastern Finland, had revealed that body fat or different levels of aerobic fitness had not effect on the cognitive abilities of a child. This study was carried … Continue reading

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Tourette Syndrome – The Condition That Rani Mukherjee Suffers From in the Movie Hichki

Tourette syndrome is a rare syndrome in which the person suffering from the condition might do some uncontrolled movements that are repetitive in nature. This could include movements like blinking the eyes or shoulder shrugging or blurting out some unusual … Continue reading

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Parent Child therapy to Help Children Fight Depression

Clinical depression is prevalent in India and even in kids as young as three. Childhood depression can take a toll on their adulthood as well. Even in India today there is less awareness around this subject and behavioral treatments are … Continue reading

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5 Child Virtuoso’s That Make India Proud

While many of the kids are busy watching cartoons in the world, there are children who are busy discovering, inventing and innovating in various different fields like mathematics, science, sports, art, music and more. If you aren’t aware of kids … Continue reading

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How To Raise a Confident and Happy Girl Child – A Few Tips

Raising a child, be it a boy or a girl ain’t an easy at it may seem. Once you become a parent you automatically commit yourself to a 20 year long project to say the least. In India, people have … Continue reading

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How To Ensure Kids Safety During Diwali? – 20 Precautionary Tips

Diwali is the festival of lights and everyone including the children are very excited about Diwali. It is by far the most important festival of the year for all Indians irrespective of religion, caste or creed. Having said that Diwali … Continue reading

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5 Tips on Teaching Consent to Your Pre-Schooler

India has patriarchy deep rooted within it culture and by far the main reason behind inequality to women and gender based violence. Apparently, consent culture has rarely prevailed in India and it’s high time that we bring it into practice. … Continue reading

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