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Endometriosis can lead to infertility

Endometriosis, which is one of the most important causes of infertility, has many different symptoms and is often diagnosed only when the woman cannot become pregnant. Dr. Art Women's Health Center. Senai Aksoy answers questions about endometriosis. : What is endometriosis?
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Kale salad with dried fruit & toasted almonds

Everyone& 39;s talking about kale – and for good reason. This dark leafy green is packed with vitamins and nutrients, making it a prenatal superfood. Pair it with crunchy almonds and chewy dried figs for a sweet and satisfying salad. Absolutely starving? Add cooked shredded chicken or a cup of barley.
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Teach your child with educational games

Educational toys designed to support different stages of development of children are modules that aim to provide both fun and learning for each child. Remember, incorporating these toys into children's games at an early age will make a significant difference in children's development! What does educational toy mean?
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Your 5 1/2-year-old: Counting

Your 5-year-old nowYour child has probably mastered & 34;thirteen,& 34; & 34;fourteen,& 34; and the other pesky & 34;teen words& 34; and can count to 20. Most 5-year-olds can recognize numbers up to ten and write them. Older 5-year-olds may be able to count to 100 and read numbers up to 20.A 5-year-old& 39;s knowledge of relative quantities is also advancing.
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Skin care guide

How is the skin affected by seasonal changes? Skin is the only organ that comes into contact with environmental factors and protects our body from external factors. Therefore, external factors and the body's own systems play an important role in the aging and wear process. The needs of the skin change during the seasonal changes. Changes in heat, humidity, wind and ultraviolet rays during the seasonal passages adversely affect the skin.
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