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Is My Baby Having An Allergy or a Cold?

Wondering if your baby has got an allergy or if it is just some cold?

Categories Allergies

Your Child’s Timeline; When the Major Milestone Happen

Sleep and naps timeline, the teething timeline, the feeding timeline and the talking timeline.

Categories Baby

Facts About Cesarean Section

Whether you want to avoid a Cesarean or make the surgery as uncomplicated as possible if you do need one, pay attention to your health early on.

Categories Birth Csection

Online Delivery / Courses Delivery Plans and Online Preparation Methods

The preparatory course for a better child birth is an award-winning digital resource. Learn certain skills in preparation for your baby.

Breastfeeding Has Enormous Health Benefits

Information about health insurance benefits and help with breastfeeding.

Categories Benefits Breastfeeding

New Scientific Report: Unnecessary Medical Interventions in Labor and Delivery May be Putting Mothers, Babies at Risk

There are indications that maternity systems are opportunities to provide better care and use resources more wisely by routinely intervening in labor and delivery in ways that interfere with, instead of promoting healthier outcomes for women and newborns.

What all moms need to know when delivering in the hospital?

Giving birth in the hospital is by far one of the most popular choices. However, there are certain things parents who have opted to deliver in the hospital should know.

Categories Hospital

Tips to getting pregnant faster

Once many people are ready to have a family, waiting becomes the last thing they want to do. Thus, here are some of the tips to getting pregnant faster.

Categories Getting Pregnant

Your preemies development from birth to the age of two

A baby born before 37 weeks is considered a premature because term babies are born between 37 and 42 weeks. Here is an overview of the development of preemies between birth and two years old.

Travel Vaccinations for Babies, Toddlers, and Young Children

Most vacation destinations requires routine immunization to protect children against diseases and illnesses such as diphtheria, tetanus, Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib), polio, measles, mumps etc.

Categories Vaccination

Baby registry 101

Most parents-to-be often get confused once they walk into a baby shop as a result of the discovery of many baby items. Here is a one-stop guide to help ease the stress of registering for baby gear and products as a first-time mom

These exciting activities will increase your baby’s physical development in 0 to 3 months

These simple activities suggested by Jamie Loehr M.D. and Jen Meyers, authors of “Raising Your Child,” will both soothe your baby and enhance her physical development. Learn more about this exciting activities on child development.

Categories 0-3 months Development

Analysis of placenta previa guaranteed to make you understand

Placenta previa happens in about 1 in 200 pregnancies. The most common symptom of placenta previa is painless bleeding from the vagina during the second half of pregnancy. Learn more about the symptoms and causes including how its diagnosed and treated.

Combining breastfeeding and bottle feeding

A brief article about combining breastfeeding and bottle feeding. Review the comments for more helpful information.

Categories Combo Feeding

How tongue-tie and lip-tie affect breastfeeding

Tongue and lip-tie are common causes of nipple pain, uneven breast drainage, slow weight gain and low milk supply.

Postpartum exercising

Get detailed answers to all your questions about exercise after having a baby.

Categories Exercise

Differences in cost between cloth diapers and disposable diapers

Pondering which is the best sort of diaper for your child and your wallet? 

Most Common Food Allergies in Kids and What to Do About Them

The elements in the food that causes allergies and what to do to avoid them.

Baby’s Brain in Week 1

Learn about your baby’s brain in week 1, what it is composed of and boost his/her potentials.

Categories 0-3 Months Baby

Information And Understanding What A Cesarean Section Is

Very detailed explanation of everything you need to know.

Categories Birth Csection

The Reason Why Pregnant Women Benefit From Doulas

A doula is a non-medical labor assistant, who gives ceaseless physical and emotional support to the birthing woman and her partner all through labor and birth.

Staying With Breastfeeding And The Benefits

A quick infographic that details why breastfeeding benefits you and your child.

Categories Benefits Breastfeeding

All about the Lamaze method

The Lamaze method of childbirth stipulates that birth is normal, natural, and healthy and that women have right to give birth free from routine medical interventions. Here is everything you need to know about the Lamaze method.

Categories Labor Methods Lamaze

How to get pregnant with PCOS

Even though PCOS is a common condition which affects women and sometimes prevent them to conceive, there are still possibilities to become pregnant with PCOS.

Categories Getting Pregnant PCOS

Common sense soothing methods

Even though dealing with a colicky baby could be hard and frustrating, these common sense techniques have also been proven effective.

Colic in preemies

Colic makes babies cry non-stop. Here are a few tips to handling babies with colic.

Categories Preemies Colic

Is screen time good or bad for babies?

Babies and toddlers love playing with smartphones, tablets and other gadgets and most parents even use them to distract their children while they are busy. However, there is still a lot of debate on whether or not screen time is good for babies.

Categories Tech

Fetal development in the third trimester

Fetal development continues during the third trimester as your baby starts opening its eyes as well as gain more weight.

A complete overview of Babies’ Social and Emotional Development from 9-12 Months

By the age of nine to 12 months, your baby has developed a distinct personality and demonstrates emotions like sadness, happiness, anger, fear, hurt or discomfort. Here is a complete look at some more of the social and emotional milestones you can expect.

Amniotic fluid embolism

Amniotic fluid embolism is a serious condition.  Mayo Clinic goes over systems, causes and risk factors.