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march 2013

Feeding a sick child…

As children grow up their immune system also develops to handle various forms of illness. Most children are susceptible to occasional sore throats, stomach viruses or even flu, among other illnesses. When a child is sick, feeding…
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Baby Skin Care Tips

While your baby's skin is famously soft and smooth, it is also strong and resilient. The skin is the body's largest organ - a group of cells stacked together to form a thin but tough barrier. Skin constantly renews itself throughout life,…
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Relieving varicose veins

Doctors and researchers estimate that up to 50 per cent of women have venous disease (disorders affecting the leg veins). The disease is likely to manifest in bulging veins, which are often darker than the rest of the skin because they…
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Love that knows no tribe

Kiragu Gathaiya and Millicent Atieno met in early 2011 during a youth fellowship in their church. “I noticed him because he was very humorous but I didn’t put more to it,” says Millicent. As they continued to meet in church their…
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Celebrate your Pregnancy

Congratulations on your pregnancy! It is obvious that you expect your waistline to expand but that should not be the only change during pregnancy. In the first trimester (Up to13 weeks), the change in hormones causes your breasts to feel…
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