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Benzodiazepine During Early Pregnancy and Risk of Miscarriage

Many women who come to our clinic with questions regarding the use of medications during pregnancy suffer from some type of anxiety disorder.  Most of those women benefit from treatment with an SSRI or SNRI antidepressant; however, there are a significant number of women who either do not experience complete symptom resolution with or cannot… Read More »

Dementia symptoms: The early signs of the different types you should never ignore

Dementia causes the ongoing decline of brain functioning which is why diagnosing the condition in its early stages is important. There are ways it can be slowed down and mental function can be maintained. The four most common types of dementia are Alzheimer’s disease, vascular dementia, dementia with Lewy bodies and frototemporal dementia. Most types… Read More »

Early Childhood and Environmental Educators Posted By : Allan Smith

Early childhood and environmental educators continue to explore question of developmental, appropriateness in environmental education for your children. Unfortunately, certain well-intentioned approaches towed environmental education may overwhelm children with feelings of concern what is essentially adults’ responsibility stewardship environment. Misguided approaches may shower young children with complied ideas they cannot fully understand and about which… Read More »

How To Use Early Years Resources In The Education Of Young Children Posted By : Tanya Willowby

Top quality early years resources are crucial in the education of young children. Young children need a curriculum that is acceptable to their intellectual, emotional and physical development. Good early years settings develop their curriculum through in depth findings of young children learning. To provide quality key learning experiences children will need to get access… Read More »