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Why i should immunize my child?

The concept of immunizing children was implemented to reduce the spread of diseases, and it has proven to be successful with several diseases.

There are diseases which may in rare cases cause inability and sometimes may result in death.

Immunizing your child drastically reduces the risk of your child getting affected by such diseases.  Diseases like small pox and polio have been successfully eradicated. As a community, if we are aware and immunize our children, other serious diseases will also be successfully eradicated.

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Food and nutrition

What do they need to grow and develop into bouncing babies and healthy active toddlers? Looking after the nutritional needs of an infant until six months is fairly easy: feed them breast milk (ideally) or formula. But at around six months, a baby's nutritional needs exceed what he or she can get from milk feeds, which is why we begin complimentary feeding or solids. Breast milk or formula will still remain a considerable part of their nutritional requirements right through until at least 12 months.

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Changing your toddlers diaper takes on a whole new meaning when they discover their legs and are far too busy to stop and lie down for a diaper change. This active toddler stage often coincides with your toddler's developing independence and the use of the word "no". Here are a few tips to help you through this phase.

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