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International Day of the Rights of the Child
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International Day of the Rights of the Child

On the occasion of Saturday, November 20, the anniversary of the signing of the CIDE, International Convention on the Rights of the Child, many awareness-raising actions are organized to denounce injustices and to respect the rights of children of the whole world. In France, Dominique Versini, the Children's Advocate, is worried about the high number of children living in precarious situations.

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International Day of the Rights of the Child

On the occasion of Saturday, November 20, the anniversary of the signing of the CIDE, International Convention on the Rights of the Child, many awareness-raising actions are organized to denounce injustices and to respect the rights of children of the whole world. In France, Dominique Versini, the Children's Advocate, is worried about the high number of children living in precarious situations.
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Happy birthday, Ken!

In the Barbie family, I choose the fiancé! In a few days, March 11, Ken will blow his 50th candle! The singer of the most famous blonde in Celluloid, icon of millions of girls worldwide, has not taken a wrinkle. For his 50 years, Ken comes out the big game and always delights the heart of his beloved!
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The complexity of binational divorces

Removed Friday in Arles, the little Elise, 3 years is still not found. Flirted between France and Russia since her parents' divorce, the little girl may have been abducted by her mother. An event reminiscent of the complexity of bi-national divorces. (News from 24/03/09) On Friday, while she was walking with her father in Arles, Elise, 3, was abducted by three unknown people, including a woman.
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The baby world cup

Who will win the World Cup ... the craziest baby? Six babies pose in the fashion pages of Enfant Magazine, it's up to you to elect the little footballer you prefer. Ready to kick off? Japan, Brazil, South Africa, France ... For the World Cup, budding footballers hoist the colors of their country!
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Baby Loup nursery wins the trial

Republican principles of neutrality and secularism have finally won. On Monday, the industrial tribunal of Mantes-la-Jolie validated the dismissal for "serious misconduct and insubordination characterized" of the veiled employee of the nursery association Baby Loup. (News from 16/12/10) Background In December 2008, when she returned from parental leave, an employee of the Baby Loup nursery, required to be able to wear the veil.
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Baby Langer crib threatened with closure?

Because she refused to take off her veil to work, Fatima, an employee of the Baby Loup nursery was dismissed for misconduct in 2008. Following this, she attacked the association for unfair dismissal and claims 80 000 euros damages. A hot file examined yesterday by the labor courts of Mantes-la-Jolie.
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Afssaps recalls the modes of administration of Uvestol

Following the administration of Uvestol, new cases of malaise have been reported in newborns. The French Agency for Health Safety of Health Products, Afssaps, recalls the need to respect the methods of administration of this drug indicated in the prevention and treatment of vitamin D deficiency.
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Mother's Day is important for moms

Sunday is Mother's Day ! What gift comes to mind? What would be the dreamed gift? Are moms attached to this day? An investigation has studied the question! (News from 27/05/11) Tradition requires, 81% of French people wish Mother's Day and they are very attached! 74% of them declare to be disappointed if we do not wish them this special day.
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Afssaps reiterates: avoid Rotarix®

On March 26, Afssaps encouraged the public to avoid using the Rotarix vaccine because the presence of porcine circovirus was detected in a batch of vaccines. This week, Afssaps reiterates this warning pending the conclusions of the European evaluation. (News from 28/05/10) The Rotarix vaccine continues to be controversial.
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Influenza A in pregnant women

Chapo FLU A IN PREGNANT WOMEN Mutation of the influenza A virus First identified in Norway, mutations of the influenza A virus have been recognized in France. Vincent Enouf, Deputy Head of the National Reference Center for Influenza North Region at the Institut Pasteur tells us more.
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Influenza A in children

Chapo CHILD INFLUENZA Fear of catching influenza A Since the arrival of influenza A, your child has rarely heard so much about germs and diseases. But does he know what it is? Not sure. Which does not stop him from worrying. (News of 15/12/09) Influenza A: how to reassure him?
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Influenza A in infants

Chapo INFLUENZA IN INFANTS "The main risk is influenza A, not the vaccine" The influenza A epidemic continues to spread and questions remain. Is the vaccine reliable? Is this flu so bad? Professor Didier Houssin, Director General of Health takes stock. (News from 30/11/09) Update on the vaccine.
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Mother confesses killing of eight babies

Dominique Cottrez, a 47-year-old caregiver, was indicted yesterday and imprisoned after confessing the murders of her 8 babies, found dead in her former home. Pregnancy gone unnoticed in her surroundings but she said she was fully aware. (Actu 30/07/10) Eric Vaillant, public prosecutor, speaks of "an extraordinary case".
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Prematurity, the first major risk of twin pregnancies

Multiple pregnancies account for about 13,000 births a year. Almost half of the twins are born premature. The PremUp Foundation, which was held in Paris on May 16, 2009, aims to better understand and deal with prematurity. (Actu du 18/05/09) In France, 12737 women gave birth to twins in 2006.
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The association fighting against sickle cell disease rewarded

The 2010 Super Women's Jury has delivered its verdict: it has decided to reward Jenny Hippocrate-Fixy who fights for the information and prevention of sickle cell disease through her association APIPD. She won the sum of 10,000 euros. (News from 29/11/10) Supported by Laeticia Hallyday, godmother of the operation, the Prix des Femmes Formidables is awarded by Femme Actuelle and rewards anonymous volunteers who put their energy at the service of others.
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The astutter of moms in your bookstore

Child Magazine has collected all of her mom's tricks in a book, to make life easier and solve the hassle of everyday life. (News from 20 and 21/02/10) Each month, Enfant Magazine offers ingenious parents to send their original tips to simplify the life of their children.
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Immunization will begin in early December in primary

Initially announced from 25 November, the vaccination of 6.6 million primary and kindergarten students will start in early December. (News from 25/11/09) As vaccination of middle and high school students against influenza A begins today, primary and nursery students will finally be invited to do so, with the agreement of their parents, from from the beginning of December.
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The gene of the first breath

Researchers from the National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) have successfully identified the gene that allows the newborn to move from aquatic breathing in utero to the open air. This discovery could open new avenues for understanding sudden infant death. Researchers from the National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) have focused on the breathing mechanism of newborns, to better understand how the transition between intrauterine breathing and breathing takes place at the time of birth .
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Kougelhopf: the Alsatian brioche of Christmas

From December 1st to the 25th, Enfant.com offers you an idea a day to accompany your children around Christmas. Today, December 18: a recipe from the East. During the holidays in Alsace, no breakfast without this delicious brioche recipe! The best recipes? That of the Willy pastry shop in Munster, which generously gave us its manufacturing secrets.
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