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Know What Causes 12 Year Old Has Grey Hair | What To Do With Premature Grey and White Hair In Kids

Are you worried about premature grey hair in your child? Parents becomes very upset if the suffer from premature grey and white hair especially when the greying does not stop on its own. You and your child have to encounter the numerous questions.Grey hair according to common perception is linked with one of many signs of aging. Early development grey hair may happen in case of adults but it is less common to see a 12-year-old with grey hair. Good news is that in most cases, you can treat and cure it once you know the cause of your child’s premature greying. Here PARENTING AND CHILD CARE find out what might be the reason of your 12 year old has grey hair and home remedies for premature grey & white hair in kids.

What Causes 12 Year Old has Grey Hair? Melanin pigments produced by the melanocytes cells are responsible for colouring of your hair. Melanocytes are tiny cells present in your hair follicles. With ageing, the pigmentation process slows down and makes your hair look more tra…


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Easing Your Child’s Fear About Losing A First Tooth

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No matter what, though, the prospect of losing that first tooth is new territory for every child, and it can seem very strange and frightening to them. On the other hand, if your little one has just lost her first baby tooth, she might be freaking out. She’s had that tooth for most of her tiny, little life but now it’s gone (and blood may have been involved!). Losing a first tooth is a big deal for a child but shouldn’t be a scary milestone. That’s why we’re here to help you calm your child’s nerves as they approach this milestone.
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Food Allergy Can Become Fatal for Your Child

An early identification of allergen and then complete avoidance of those allergens is essential.

Food allergy can turn fatal, especially in children, if left untreated, because the body’s immune system considers the proteins and complex carbohydrates present in the food as foreign. Further, children are much more vulnerable to food allergies than adults as the allergies fade away by adulthood. As children grow older, they outgrow some of the allergies as their immune system matures. Also, the allergens are identified in childhood and then the person learns to avoid those as an adult.
Food allergy or intolerance, which can cause symptoms ranging from a harmless skin rash to a potentially lethal anaphylactic shock, are estimated to affect four to six per cent of children and four per cent of adults, as per study of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
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Top 10 Things You Should Never Say to Your Kids

Avoid lowering your child's self-esteemParents sometimes say things they regret. Your child may do something that is so upsetting you can’t keep control your reaction and, wham, something not so nurturing or supportive comes out of your mouth.
Being a parent requires responsibility even when it comes to word choice. Inadvertently uttered phrases may change a child’s worldview or make them develop poor morals. Part of our behavior stems from how we were treated as children. Some may be related to current stressful condition.
You are not alone all parents say the wrong things occasionally, but the ones who parent intentionally and mindfully do so less frequently than parents who don’t bother to reflect on how their words or actions impact their children most.
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Facts About Lactose Intolerance In Your Baby That A Moms Must Know

What Is Lactose Intolerance?
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