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The first signs of diabetes in a child
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The first signs of diabetes in a child

Diabetes is a metabolic disease, the dominant symptom of which is permanent hyperglycemia (high blood glucose) caused by deficiency or malfunctioning of insulin (the hormone responsible for lowering blood glucose). It is basically divided into two types - type I (insulin-dependent) and type II (non-insulin-dependent).

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Kate Middelton is pregnant: that's certain

For months, tabloids and gossip sites have been speculating whether it is now or not yet. Today it is clear that Kate Middelton, wife of Prince William of the British heir to the throne, is expecting a child. The royal court officially informed about this fact. The pair's memorial, whether a girl or a boy was born, will be the third in line to the throne after Prince Charles-grandfather and Prince William-father.
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Toy sentence?

Trade inspections before Christmas particularly carefully examine the quality of toys available in the store. The quality of as many as 40 of them was questioned in nearly 100 tested products in Bialystok. 11 entrepreneurs were inspected in Bialystok. Officials decided to check that the toys on the market were compliant.
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An unforgettable date of birth

Most parents remember the date of birth of their child. Cierra and Frank Smith of Cleveland, Ohio, will certainly not have problems with this (due to their simple form). Their daughter was born on 12/12/2012 at 12:12. The newborn baby celebrates the amazing day of birth with an equally unique name: Forever.
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Bajka will tell you the truth: the Pinocchio effect

We know the creation of Pinocchio primarily from Walt Disney's fairy tale, in which while the little puppet was lying, her nose was growing dramatically. It turns out that the idea of ​​unmasking liars is not as far from reality as it might seem. Researchers at the University of Granada in Spain have found that when people lie, their noses and muscles in this area become hot.
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Argument about the name

Most British parents argue over what to name a child. This is what results from studies that were carried out in December this year. According to Telegraph, as many as 75% of all quarrels are about what the descendant's name should be. In second place are quarrels about whether the mother should return to work - 28%, and only 27% argue about whether to choose a second child.
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Two glasses of milk a day

Canadian researchers in a recent study found that the optimal amount of milk for children between 2 and 5 years old is two glasses. The results of the study could be seen in the journal Pediatrics. Two glasses is as much as it takes for a child to get the best health benefits. The results of the study were to dispel all doubts that have arisen so far.
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Nude pictures in a just cause

A group of Spanish mothers poses nude for the 2013 calendar to raise money for a bus that drives their children to school. They were quickly hailed as "the hottest Spaniards." Nude women come from the small town of Montserrat near Valencia. Pictures were taken at school and in nature.
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She gave birth on a plane

An Armenian passenger flying on a plane from the Russian city (Nosobiryjsk) to Yerevan (the capital of Armenia) gave birth to a healthy child. She named her daughter one of the flight attendants who helped receive the delivery. The child was born two hours before landing. Help from a 31-year-old woman was provided as soon as possible.
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A rat in Nestle porridge?

A series of negative information on the quality of children's food products is another example. Yesterday afternoon, on the Facebook profile, one of the mothers, Ms. Kamila, published photos that are supposed to suggest that something similar to a rat was found in the porridge. After initial inspections of sanepid, the diagnosis was made that it was rather not a rat, but a clumped porridge.
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A longer vacation for daddies?

Every year, the legislator appreciates the role of fathers in the process of raising children. Dads have more and more opportunities to help their partners and to actively accompany women in their labors and pleasures of childcare. Specifics? In 2012, paternity leave was extended from one week to two weeks.
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Ultrasound part - a new trend?

There are many ideas sprouting in the United States. There is a fashion that comes to other countries and is spreading all over the world: for hen and bachelor parties, and for a baby shower, and now for an ultrasound party. In the west, it is becoming fashionable to invite friends home and allow them to suspect a baby in the tummy of a future mother.
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There can be only one godfather!

Choosing godparents is a challenge for many parents, and often a real problem. It's no wonder that forum threads often focus on whether the godparents can be of the same sex. And although it depends to a large extent on the decision of the priest giving the sacrament, there is nothing to be deluded that such consent will be given.
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Periodontosis and pregnancy - because of it you can have problems ...

Australian scientists at the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology reported that periodontitis, a disease of periodontal tissues, can cause problems in pregnancy. The person presenting the results noticed that this type of inflammation is a problem especially in women of a race other than white, and its effect is comparable to that observed in the case of obesity.
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University with a kindergarten!

The University of Opole paves the way. As the first in the country will have a kindergarten. Children and students will be allowed in the facility. Pedagogy students will look after the children. The kindergarten is to be called the Children's Laboratory University. The initiative to create it came from students.
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Lower taxes for single mothers

Soon we will settle accounts with the tax office. If you are raising a child alone, do not forget to show this in your annual return. You can save up to several thousand zlotys. In addition, this year you can take advantage of a child allowance of PLN 1,112. The rules for settlement of discounts will change next year.
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Parents of gays and lesbians have a voice

Various surveys show that less than 60% of gay and lesbian parents know the truth about their children's sexual orientation. Over 40% of people with different sexual orientation hides this fact from their parents, thus excluding them from sharing important areas of everyday life with them. From March 1, the "Parents, dare to speak" campaign begins, which focuses on the feelings of homosexual and bisexual parents.
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Why Polish women do not want to have children?

The latest CBOS research shows that every seventh woman between the ages of 18-45 does not want to have children and does not plan them. Other young women do not apply for offspring, pointing to other reasons: age, financial situation, conflict between the need for professional fulfillment and childcare. Women aged 18-45 most often, because in 56 percent of cases they say they are not planning anymore children because of meeting their needs in this regard.
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Nanny? Too expensive!

When the crisis knocks on the door, Poles start saving. It turns out that in the first place they cut the costs they have incurred so far for employing a babysitter. Website owners with offers for nannies and parents noticed a decrease in the number of offers posted by parents by an average of 13-20%. With a simultaneous increase in the number of ads posted by babysitters willing to work.
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Pregnancy changes the structure of the foot

There is no doubt. Pregnancy permanently changes the appearance and length of the foot. Scientists examined hundreds of women before pregnancy, during pregnancy and five months after pregnancy, and came to clear conclusions. In 60-70% of respondents, pregnant feet became longer and wider. All due to the reduction of the arch, which results in the foot falling down and lengthening it by 2-10 mm.
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