How to pick the right home tutor for your child

Home tuition, complemented by a right edtech tool, can be a great option, provided the home tutor invests in creating a personalised education. By Vivek Varshney As parents, it is our most important responsibility to get the right kind of after-school support for our child, especially for students crossing to class 9 to 11. We can feel the pressure of […]

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Pro-breastfeeding communities empower new moms

Social media can positively influence breastfeeding related attitudes, knowledge and behavior, according to a new study from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Breastfeeding support groups on social media create a sense of community for new moms to share experiences and support each other in the breastfeeding practice and could be considered pillars of support for new moms. “We have […]

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Rep-Elect Lucy McBath Ran — & Won — After Her Son Was Murdered

Newly elected Congressperson Lucy McBath has one message for the United States: "Absolutely nothing — no politician & no special interest — is more powerful than a mother on a mission," she posted to Twitter on Thursday.  McBath, a Democrat who defeated Republican incumbent candidate Karen Handel in a race to represent Georgia’s 6th District, was officially announced the winner […]

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Reasons Why Every Parent of a Toddler Should Own an Amazon Echo

Technology often gets a bad rap when it comes to kids. Sure, parents should be invested in how their kids are using it and monitor accordingly, but tech can be educational, fun and useful for kids. Take the Amazon Echo Dot Kids Edition. Your child won’t be able to get enough of the fun games and stories that comes with […]

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Diwali 2018: 4 must-try treats to enjoy with your family

Diwali 2018: Add a twist to the festive season by making these snacks for your family.  By Kejal Seth Bliss balls Ingredients: Roasted Almonds – 50gms, Medjool Dates – 35gms, Homemade Peanut Butter(natural) – 32g, Cocoa-Powder (unsweetned) – 1tbsp, Raw Sugar (powdered) – 10-15gms, Honey – 1tbsp, Quinoa puffs – 20gms, Callebaut Callets – 15gms, Almond milk (optional) – 1tbsp […]

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6 board games that have stood the test of time

Snakes and Ladders, Ludo, carrom board, Scrabble are a few names that come to mind when we think of board games. However, children today are inclined towards gadgets and are moving away from board games. In order to make leisure time more fun, playing board games with family and friends are a great option. Board games help us strategise, exercise […]

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Instant soups and noodles responsible for burning nearly 10,000 children each year

Microwavable instant soup products cause at least two out of every 10 scald burns that send children to emergency departments each year, according to new research being presented at the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) 2018 National Conference & Exhibition. An abstract of the study, “Instant Soup Scald Injuries in Children,” will be presented on Monday, Nov. 5, at the […]

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'KUWTK' Teases Khloé Kardashian's Labor Amid More Drama With Tristan Thompson

Khloé Kardashian is reliving some of the hardest and happiest moments of her life, as Keeping Up with the Kardashians dives into the cheating scandal that rocked her relationship with Tristan Thompson and her delivery of daughter True in an upcoming episode.  In a recently released preview, Kim Kardashian West and Kris Jenner scrambled to get to get to Cleveland […]

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A playschool is not a creche. Here’s how to pick the right one

Learn about the environment, the infrastructure, the fees, and the health, safety and hygiene measures when you visit a playschool. By Sugandh Jolly Congratulations on completing the Stage 1 of your journey towards parenthood. Your child is now ready to explore the outdoor environments and imbibe social skills. You have done a great job raising your new baby and you […]

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