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Are you confident that your child is getting all the nutrients he or she needs for daily nutrition and overall health? How do you encourage your child to like or even enjoy taking vitamins? Nearly 70 percent of children’s vitamins come from either syrup or gummy form. While this may make them appealing to children, that may not be a good thing as hundreds of parent’s rush to the emergency room each year with children who ate or consumed the whole bottle.

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The rainy season has officially begun – but if you think you’ll be singing in the rain, think again. Unlike the typically carefree days of summer, monsoon season in the tropics can be a little tougher. It’s typhoon season, after all. So, as the weather shifts from scorching to damp, you can definitely expect it to take a toll on your body.

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How many times have we seen antibacterial brands advertise using the same tired rhetoric–and often, with a medical professional to boot? Have you seen the Hygienix Shower Rangers unleashing their Shower Power Kick and Hygienix Powerblast on the vile Germdugo? The newest Hygienix campaign by Splash Corp. breathes life into and energizes the way antibacterial soap and alcohol are advertised. It’s all part of the #FightWorldGermination campaign by Hygienix.

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Having a baby is one of the most beautiful things that could happen in a parent’s life. Yet, it is also challenging. Raising your newborn child is not easy. It takes a lot of effort and patience to nurture your child until he or she reaches the stage of complete development. Though some of the time this task is can be quite challenging, the joys certainly outweigh any negatives. Here are some suggestions for successful baby nurturing:

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Parents are wired to keep a watchful eye over their children, making sure they are healthy and safe. Kids, on the other hand, would always want to go out, explore, and play with their friends. A child’s desire to explore out of arm’s reach usually sparks a semblance of fear in parents, prompting them to become restrictive of their little one’s day-to-day activities at times.

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