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5 Parenting Mantras: How to aid your child’s growth

Dr Shipra Mathur
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5 Parenting Mantras How to aid your childs growth

Do you know that when it comes to your child’s growth there are some factors that are in your control – and then there are certain things which are not! Growth in children, especially physical growth (height and weight), is a complex interplay between genetic and environmental factors. Says Dr Shipra Mathur (paediatrician): “For optimum growth, the child should be well nourished, disease free and have the correct hormonal balance. As a parent, you should do your best make your child reach his or her full genetic potential (and more) by taking care of his basic growth needs.” Here are “5 Parenting Mantras” by Dr Mathur that can help you achieve the best growth for your child…


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Pragati Yadav

| Aug 28, 2017

thanks for this useful information..

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Pragati Yadav

| Aug 28, 2017

thanks for this useful information..

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Pragati Yadav

| Aug 28, 2017

thanks for this useful information..

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Pragati Yadav

| Aug 28, 2017

thanks for this useful information..

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preeti

| Aug 23, 2017

Interesting blog.

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Nisha

| Aug 22, 2017

very useful blog.

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Tamanna Goel

| Aug 12, 2017

Useful

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Nargis Majeed

| Aug 12, 2017

very useful

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NITIKA ChUGH

| Aug 10, 2017

vry useful informations....

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Tuhina Parvin

| Aug 10, 2017

really useful information

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Sandeep

| Aug 10, 2017

very useful information. nice article

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Jyotsana

| Aug 10, 2017

very useful

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Sridurga Satyam

| Aug 10, 2017

useful information

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Priya Sharma

| Aug 10, 2017

nice article, you covered some very imp. points for healthy child development.

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Sejal

| Aug 10, 2017

Useful information... thanks for sharing...

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Hina Talal

| Aug 10, 2017

thnxx

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Savitri Jadeja

| Aug 10, 2017

really useful information tnq

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Yogita Sonawane

| Aug 10, 2017

Thanks for u r guidance

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Hari Mohana reddy Yangammagari

| Aug 10, 2017

Thank You. it's worth reading

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kota vasanta

| Aug 10, 2017

useful information

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Craig N Yolly

| Aug 10, 2017

thanks a good read up

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Jaya Bohare

| Aug 09, 2017

thanks

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Karthika Vipin

| Aug 09, 2017

very useful message thank u so much

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छुआरा यादव

| Aug 09, 2017

hum vegetarian hain .. protein ke loye daal kaafi hoga kya ?

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Archana Shah

| Aug 08, 2017

thanks for sharing... nice article

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Anuradha Kumari

| Aug 08, 2017

very helpful article

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Smrity Sharma

| Aug 08, 2017

very nice & useful article for all parents.

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Sapna Vijendra

| Aug 08, 2017

Vivek Shah make sure the sleep is minimum 12 hours for toddler.. Play with child so that he /she is little tired than child will sleep more then 7 hours.

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Sapna Vijendra

| Aug 08, 2017

very nice article..

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Vivek Shah

| Aug 08, 2017

My child sleeps only for 7 hours. How can I increase the sleep time?

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Ayesha

| Aug 08, 2017

nice read keep publishing more like this one

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Anisha

| Aug 08, 2017

I really think the child in the early ages goes through a lot of pain ideally they should get education from their parents till the age of 8 till they are comfortable and developed the consciousness to go and benefir from schools

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Sojal

| Aug 08, 2017

I think more than anything else emotional wellbeing needs to be taken up with utmost sensitivity and care...

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