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Pregnant dental care: are you ready?

A healthy mouth is important during these nine months. Visits of control, dental care, radio, anesthesia ... one unravels the truth from the false with this quiz. Question (1/9) Pregnant, impossible to get your teeth treated True False Answer During pregnancy, all dental emergencies can be treated.
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A digital tablet to win!

For a completely frosty vacation, Bayam offers you a photo contest on Facebook! Be creative and funny by posing with our ice cream filter alone or with others! For a completely frosty vacation, Bayam offers you a photo contest on Facebook! Be creative and funny by posing with the Bayam ice cream photo filter, alone or with others!
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Name Isaura - Meaning of origin

Origin of first name: Greek Meaning of first name: In the Greek language, the name Isaura means "inhabitant of Isaurie". Celebrities: Isaura Zelaya Favila is a business consultant with a background in economics and public policy analysis. Jose Angel Espinoza's daughter, Isaura Esponiza is a Mexican actress famous for her performances in soap operas.
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Pregnancy

Basque names: Gilen

Basque names: Gilen Dérivé basque Guillaume, this name rather rare boy might please you. From germain will and helm, it means "will" and "protection". To celebrate the 10th of January. To discover :
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Diseases

Imperforate anal

It results from an anomaly of development of the deep perineum. The rectum is interrupted in an impasse at the level of the muscular plane of the pelvic floor. The sphincter apparatus was not formed. The anomaly may concern only the development of the superficial perineum, without affecting the sphincters.
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Pregnancy

Given names of girls: Marie-Sara

Given names of girls: Marie-Sara Marie-Sara Name composed 100% classic-biblical, Marie-Sarah made its appearance in the 1980s, then Marie-Sara logically emerged ... First name of the mother of Christ and Queen of Heaven, Mary comes from the Hebrew myriam, meaning "the one who raises". Of biblical origin as well, Sarah comes from Hebrew and means "princess, sovereign".
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