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Most kids will be just fine - in fact, you may lower their risks of allergies. An outdoor cat is actually more of a health hazard than an indoor cat, because they have access to wild prey which can transmit diseases like toxoplasmosis. Even so, the risk is minimal as long as the child doesn't have access to the cat's poop. So either put the litterbox up out ...


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I used these products on my babies, but my absolute favorite is the Made from Earth Aloe & Jojoba Lotion - which I've never even heard of until I have babies with very sensitive skin. The Made from Earth lotion is the only one I can use on their sensitive skin. I thought $20 for the bottle was expensive, but it last so long! Way longer than the bottles ...


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Now that it's been done, I can say we have our answer. We were told that after the first few days of the procedure, clean water wasn't a concern. Bath water and treated pool water are fine, and we don't need to make preparations for those. For swimming in lakes/streams/etc., we were told to use custom fitted earplugs from an audiologist. Swim caps weren't ...


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For adults, I'm pretty sure there is no evidence that supplemental vitamins do anything for you unless you've actually been diagnosed with a deficiency (the exception being that folic acid taken before a woman tests pregnant helps prevent neural tube defects in fetuses). So I'm guessing that there isn't any evidence that routine vitimans help kids either. ...


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Little humans are incredible things. We're born with a lot of instincts, many of them actually related to climbing — for instance, if you put your finger into the palm of a newborn baby, they will instinctively grab onto it, even when asleep. This is a throwback to when losing your grip on that tree branch was a fatal mistake! It takes a long time (9 ...


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You said your self that the baby let go of the fence it's a instinct that you are born with.



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