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Premature birth: mental and emotional preparation

Getting mentally and emotionally ready for premature birth If you know you might have a premature birth and a baby who'll need to stay in hospital, it's normal for you and your partner to feel a range of emotions. For example, you might feel joy, love, helplessness, sadness, guilt, fear or worry. It can help to read up on premature births and premature babies.
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Milk torrijas for children

If you want to learn how to make delicious French toast for your children, follow the tutorial in this video on our site. It teaches us, step by step, how to prepare some milk torrijas, in an easy, simple and very fast way. This dessert or snack is one of the most traditional recipes of Holy Week.
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My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2

Story My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 is a sequel to the first movie in this series. It's about Toula Portolakos (Nia Vardalos), who is now married to her one true love, Ian Miller (John Corbett). They have a teenage daughter, Paris (Elena Kampouris), who's pushing the boundaries of Greek tradition as she grows up.
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Flipped Classroom or flipped classroom: motivating teaching method

There are many & 34; innovative & 34; methodologies. that teachers can put into practice in the classroom in order to improve the teaching-learning process of students and make classes more interesting and motivating. When students are an active part of learning and not just mere recipients of content, it improves, becomes more interesting and more motivating.
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How are your children according to the order in which they were born

Because it is not the same to be the older brother than the little brother. Because it is far from the same to be the middle brother ... or the fourth brother who arrived by surprise some time later ... Because the order of the factors in this case does matter ... We analyze from a study how the order of arrival in the family influences the childhood of each of your children.
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Polio

About polio Polio is a serious infection caused by polioviruses. These viruses spread through coughing, sneezing or contact with infected poo. The proper name for polio is poliomyelitis. Australian children are routinely immunised against polio, and Australia was declared free of polio in 2000. But polio still exists in other parts of the world.
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