Everyone wants a happy, healthy baby; however, babies often experience discomfort from diaper rash – a condition that causes skin underneath the diaper to become red and tender. Help your baby by following dermatologists’ tips to prevent and treat diaper rash at home: Change Dirty Diapers As Soon As Possible The most important tip for … Continue reading MOTHER & BABY | Help Your Baby By Following Dermatologists’ Tips To Prevent And Treat Diaper Rash At Home
For many parents, bringing home a baby is a happy and exciting time. However, it can also be daunting – especially the thought of bathing this tiny, fragile human. Fortunately, with a little practice, bathing your baby is simple and only needs to happen two to three times a weeks, as long as the diaper … Continue reading BABIES TALK | How To Bathe Your Newborn
One of the most important things that you need to decide is how you are going to feed your child. You can either choose to feed your child breast milk or formula. Breast milk is the best choice for your child, but sometimes this choice is taken from you by either your body or your … Continue reading BABY TALK |Top Tips On Feeding Your Newborn
Why do babies throw their plates, spoons, and other cutleries while eating in their seats? And how can parents make them stop this action when taunting doesn’t seem effective? According to the Education Expert Daniela Graf, who is also a mother of two and a blogger, “The reason behind throwing cutleries are many. In most … Continue reading BABIES | Why Do Babies Throw Their Food Plates?
Figs are one of the most popular dried fruit, epically in winter, and not only for adults, but also for babies. Nutritionist Janie Awwad Al Jamil shares with you the you the top benefits of figs. For Babies Figs is a natural laxative that facilities digestion. Some of its main characteristic is being an antimicrobial, … Continue reading MOTHER & BABIES | Benefits Of Figs For Lactating Women And Babies
The children of women who experience severe stress when pregnant are nearly 10 times more likely to develop a personality disorder by the age of 30, a study suggests. Even moderate prolonged stress may have an impact on child development and continue after a baby’s birth, it said. More than 3,600 pregnant women in Finland … Continue reading MOTHER TO BE | Stress In Pregnancy ‘Makes Child Personality Disorder More Likely’
Pregnant women who work nights or long hours may be more likely to have a miscarriage or preterm delivery than mothers with day jobs a research review suggests. With night shifts, pregnant women were 21% more likely to have preterm deliveries and 23% more likely to have miscarriages than women who worked days, the analysis … Continue reading Mother-To-Be | Night Shifts, Long Hours Linked To Miscarriages And Preterm Births