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Exposure to mold can cause cold-like symptoms, respiratory problems, nasal and sinus congestion, watery eyes, sore throat, coughing and skin irritations, and can easily be breathed deeply into the lungs, it is not safe to live in houses wit high mold. This publication tells the health effects, where to look for mold, mold removal and preventing mold growth.
Replanting when crop damage and stand reduction occurs early in the growing season can be an economically viable option.
If you had an expensive diamond ring to be taken care of for a day, what would you do with it? With whom would you leave it? Why? These questions would be important for taking care of any valuable asset, but they become even more important when talking about care of young children.
Seeing a baby roll over for the first time or watching a preschooler learn to kick a ball are precious moments in the life of a parent or caregiver. Rolling over or eating with a spoon are examples of physical development. Think about the importance of physical abilities and the role they play in a child’s life.
Healthy attachment provides young children with an experience of the world that helps them develop trust, self-control and problem-solving skills. This publication suggests strategies that parents and caregivers can use to work toward the formation of strong, secure attachments with young children.