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Mother, These Tips for Choosing a Sling According to the Baby's Age

A baby carrier has a number of benefits, especially in helping you take care of your child. In order for your baby to feel the maximum benefits of the sling, let's see tips on choosing the right sling. The sling is not only useful to help the mother to move while still caring for the baby, but can also be used to help calm the baby when crying, increase the baby's ability to learn new things, and strengthen the bond between Mother and Little One. Tips for Choosing a Baby Carrier Choosing the right baby carrier can not be considered trivial, because if the wrong choice, can interfere with growth and development. Therefore, before buying a baby carrier, you need to pay attention to the following: Adjust the size of the baby Make sure you choose a sling that fits your baby's body size, age and weight. Do not let the sling is too loose or too tight, because it can interfere with the development of the baby's body. A safe and sturdy sling Make sure the sling

How to Get Rid of Head Lice Easily

Head lice not only makes the scalp itch, but can also make hair look unhealthy. Learn how to get rid of head lice right so that head lice no longer interfere. Besides using hair removal remedies, there are various ways to get rid of head lice that can be an option. You can even use natural ingredients to get rid of head lice. Causes and Symptoms of Head Lice Hair lice are small parasites that suck blood on the scalp, so that they can live and multiply. Although it is more common in children, adults can also get head lice. Transmission occurs when your hair comes in contact with hair with head lice. In addition, head lice transmission also occurs because of using the same object, such as a comb, hairpin or hat. Some complaints that are often felt when there are head lice on the head, including itching on the scalp, ears, and neck. Itching due to head lice is usually only really felt after head lice are in the head for 2-6 weeks. The itching that is experienced is a response from