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Skin care

Symptoms and treatment of Giannotti-Crosti syndrome in children

A few days ago some very concerned parents came to my office because their 4-year-old daughter had a skin rash on the face and upper and lower limbs of 2 days of evolution. By doing the physical examination and knowing the history, I concluded that it was Gianotti-Crosti syndrome, a skin disease that, although at first it can be scary, is benign.
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Children's Stories

Baron and the boy who was sad. Short story about emotions

Emotional intelligence can also be dealt with from children's stories. It is about teaching children to identify and name what they feel at all times. This short story, entitled & 39; Baron and the boy who was sad & 39;, talks about sadness and joy. It can be a sweet excuse to start working with children on some of the most basic emotions.
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Conduct

The dangerous fun of kids playing with squirt guns

Officially it is already summer and not because the calendar says so but because the high temperatures have already warned us of it, and in what way! This means that our leisure is mainly based on riding a bicycle, spending the afternoons in the pool and cooling off with water pistols, something that can create some controversy.
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Children's Stories

A bunny like the others. Children's story about the power of love

The protagonist of this children's story is Bunny, a very special rabbit who becomes suspicious when he receives ridicule and scorn from the rest of the forest animals. However, when he begins to feel loved, things change. By reading this story with a happy ending, you will be able to reflect with the children on the consequences of our teasing on other people, but also on the great strength and power that love has.
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Games

Homemade sensory game with gel balls to surprise children

Sometimes I have heard this phrase: & 39; My son loves to play with hydrogel balls & 39; (little, but it is heard), since it is associated with a negative answer: but they are very dangerous! You can swallow them or worse, put them up your nose! Ladies and gentlemen, please do not act out and deprive your sons and daughters of playing and experimenting with such a good resource.
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