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Common Leg and Foot Problems in Children
 
Most of these problems such as pigeon toes and bow legs correct themselves as your child grows older. However, if they still persist, have your child see your family doctor who may refer you to an orthopaedic doctor, if necessary.
How to Reproduce an 'A' in a Child
 
Did you often receive praises from your father when you were a child? Were you praised for your effort and for the improvement you made even when your results were not so desirable?
I never thought of that!
 
Someone once said that the soul without imagination is what an observatory would be without a telescope. And according to Albert Einstein imagination is more important than knowledge.
ADHD or just naughty
 
Some children are so hyperactive that they put the Energiser Bunny to shame! But, that does not necessarily mean that they suffer from Attenttion Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD).
Walking funny
 
It is not uncommon to see young children with bow legs or knock knees. The good news is that such leg problems resolve themselves as they grow older.
Your left-handed child
 
Its nothing to lose sleep about your child being left-handed. Being left-handed in a right-handed can be a little challenging when he is in school. But, certainly, it is not a handicap.
Is your child a bedwetter?
 
Bedwetting or nocturnal enuresis is the inability to control urination at night. It is considered to be a medical problem if your child continues to wet his bed on a regular basis
Jealous of New Baby
 
Three years old Jeremy used to be an even-tempered happy-go-lucky child. After his baby sister was born, he became clingy, often throwing temper tantrums and started bedwetting again.
Creativity in children
 
Children have a natural curiosity and imagination. Creativity is not just about being good in art or music. It is the ability to think out of a box and find creative solutions,
Write away
 
By the time your child is about one-year-old, he will be able to grasp a crayon and scribble, hopefully though not on your walls!
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