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Children's Health

Baby sleeping positions - questions mom with newborn baby frequently ask

Baby sleeping positions FAQs: questions mom with newborn baby often ask and answers

Watching your baby sleep can be an amazing experience of early parenthood. Babies when on rest can take several sleeping positions such as the back, front (stomach), left or right side. Note that not...

Want a healthy baby? Add seafood, apples, eggs and more to your pregnancy diet

All of us know that proper nutrition is very important for a pregnant woman. In fact, nutrition becomes important even before a woman conceives. It prepares your body for pregnancy and...

Non-verbal learning disorders: Areas where your kid may face a problem

Does your kid look lost in his own world? Does your child ignore or fails to understand your body language? Then chances are that he is suffering from a non-verbal learning disorder (NVLD). NVLD...

Want to hear your child’s first words? 4 tips to help your baby talk

Whatever a baby does for the first time is precious for a parent, be it his first giggle, first smile, first cycle or the first school. But if there is one thing that parents...

Autoimmune disorder: What if your child’s immune system is overactive?

Our own organs or biological systems don’t generally inspire much curiosity. We remain happily ignorant about them and their ways of functioning till they keep working without any trouble. Take for instance our immune...

Be alert and protect your child from pneumonia

Pneumonia is a condition in which there is inflammation in the air sacs of the lungs. It causes the accumulation of fluid in the air sacs. This leads to cough with phlegm and trouble...

Child’s health: A physically active child scores better grades

According to a study publishes in the British Journal of Sports Magazine, school students who take part in physical activities like long jumps and running during lessons have better cognitive skills than their peers...

Here’s how you can know if you are baby is having gas trouble

Having and expelling gas out of system is the normal functioning of a digestive system. It’s surprising to many how little babies make ‘big’ tummy sounds. As they are mostly lying and don’t have...

Childhood obesity: Junk food may not be the only culprit

According to a new study at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Centre, gut bacteria and its interactions with immune cells and metabolic organs, including fat tissue, play a key role in childhood obesity. Researchers say...

19 Baby Care Tips for Every New Mum

Your baby’s arrival marks special joy in your life and opens up a whole new world for you. But at times taking care of a newborn can be a bit overwhelming, especially for first-time...