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Cake recipe for Father's Day

We teach you, step by step, how to prepare a special cake for Father's Day. A sweet suit all made of sponge cake and decorated with chocolate fondant and lacasitos. An easy and simple recipe to make and decorate with children.Guiainfantil.com proposes us to make a very curious cake with children, prepared by our collaborator Raquel Arroyo.
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Menstruation after curettage

Curettage is a surgical technique that consists of scraping the inner walls of the uterus, in order to extract one of the three layers of it: the endometrium.A very frequent question among many women who have undergone this operation is how it should be the first menstruation after a curettage.
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Japanese recipes to make at home. Recipes for kids

Japanese recipes can be complicated to prepare, nothing is further from reality, they are simply different. Today we can find its ingredients in any supermarket, we just need enthusiasm and enthusiasm. We propose you to delve into Japanese culture and try its delicious cuisine.
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Weekly menu to treat childhood obesity

With this weekly children's menu to treat childhood obesity, children can grow up healthy and become healthy adults. The treatment should include, along with an adequate diet, the practice of some physical exercise. In addition, the child must find emotional support in his closest relatives.
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What toys hide in your child's bathtub

I cannot imagine my daughters in the bathtub without that uncontrolled brood of rubber ducks, smiling starfish, and rainbow-colored octopuses everywhere. Kids are true lovers of bathtub toys, and sometimes it's the only way to persuade them that soaking in a soapy solution can still be fun.
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Does it hurt children to grow up?

Is it true that children have growing pains? That is the big question that many parents ask themselves. Especially when your child comes in complaining of leg pain. Has there been a hit? Or is it growing? Growing up hurts, yes (although some doctors argue that it does not hurt to grow, but that this pain is due to excessive physical activity).
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