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Your 5-year-old: Video games

Your 5-year-old nowYour child is gaining the coordination and mental ability to play more complex computer games — and his interest may be growing, too. Five-year-olds love to copy friends and bigger kids. But many computer games (whether played online, on handheld units, or the TV) are potentially addictive.
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Melinda Johnson, MS, RD

Melinda Johnson, M.S., R.D., is a clinical assistant professor and director of the Didactic Program in Dietetics at Arizona State University. Previously, Johnson worked with the Arizona Department of Health Services as a breastfeeding coordinator, food stamp nutrition education program specialist, and early childhood nutrition consultant.
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Walking during pregnancy

One of the most curious subjects of mothers during pregnancy is whether or not it is beneficial to walk. Walking, which is a part of our daily life, is one of the most preferred sports. It is both safe and quite relaxing. You can walk for nine months, unless prohibited by your doctor.
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Toxoplasma test before pregnancy

Toxoplasma is a type of infection caused by microscopic parasites. The consumption of raw salami and sausage is taken into account by the ingestion of uncooked infected meat and the elimination of parasitic cat feces. Most adult people carry this infection, but no symptoms. However, infection can pass through the placenta to the unborn baby.
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Hay fever (allergic rhinitis)

When the disease was first described in the 19th century, it was called “hay fever ile with a misnomer. Hay fever definition is misnomer. Because only straw doesn't cause this. Later, it was determined that the disease was related to pollen but the term aman hay fever devam continued to be used.
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