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Spasm of crying

Question: - My baby suffers from crying spasm. I would like to know more about this disease, first aid, how it can be prevented and what treatments are needed (the boy is 1 year and three months old) Answer: Spasm of crying, together with some other illnesses form a group of affections about which, although common, is not known much.
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YO syrup - syrup for the taste of the whole family

"The joy and health of my children are the most important things for me" - say parents around the world, but "this should not spoil the joy of taste when it comes to food." YO syrups have come for over 50 years to meet this desire, bringing both children and parents a product that combines the joy of fruits with their 100% natural character.
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Acupuncture and current pregnancy problems

Morning sickness, constipation, burns, varicose veins are common problems in pregnancy. How can acupuncture work against them? Morning sickness, constipation, burns, varicose veins are common problems in pregnancy. How can acupuncture work against them? A pregnant woman expects that when she becomes pregnant, there will be changes in her body.
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Deco Mondo - interior design workshops for children!

Deco Mondo - interior design workshops for children! Creatively cultivate the skill and aesthetic sense of your child! We will learn different techniques used in design and we will create decorative objects that will help the children to better organize their own space, to keep it longer orderly and to appreciate it.
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Why does your baby love you?

There is no parent who does not love his child, just as there is no child who does not love his parents. The love between parents and children is unique, unconditional and indestructible. But even if the feelings of affection develop naturally, aren't there times when you wonder why your child loves you, especially during the baby, when you don't know very well what emotions mean?
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