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Asthma during pregnancy can cause complications and birth defects.

Asthma During Pregnancy: Things You Should Know As You Plan A Baby

Asthma affects between 4 and 12% of pregnant women but it doesn’t cause any significant risk when it’s well controlled. Take asthma medication as prescribed by your doctor to keep the condition under control and to avoid potential risks to both you and the baby.
Reasons why babies sleep so much.

5 Reasons Babies Sleep So Much And Why You Should Let Them!

Your baby may need between 11–17 hours of sleep a day and getting enough sleep is extremely important for their growth and development. Sleep helps with physical growth, neurosensory development, and brain development. It also helps babies learn better and may impact their temperament.
Is Avocado Good For Babies

Is Avocado Good For Babies?

More nutritious than an apple or a banana, even 1/4 of an avocado can give a 7- to 12-month baby a healthy bowel. A half can meet 100% of her folate and 86% of vitamin B6 requirement. Being a complete source of protein, it has the 10 essential amino acids a baby needs from food and also has minerals like potassium and magnesium. But give your baby avocado puree only after she crosses 6 months.
Wipe your baby's tongue after every feeding.

Easy Tips To Clean Your Baby’s Tongue

Start cleaning your baby’s gums and tongue when they are a few days old. Cradle the baby comfortably with one arm and use an index finger wrapped in warm wet gauze to clean the tongue. Use circular motions. White patches on the tongue that can’t be wiped off may be due to thrush.
Vitamin A deficiency leads to eye diseases.

5 Diseases And Health Problems Caused By Vitamin A Deficiency

A vitamin A deficiency (VAD) is usually triggered by poor nutrition or health problems that interfere with its absorption. VAD can cause eye diseases such as night blindness, Bitot's spots, corneal xerosis or ulcers, and keratomalacia,. Anemia and poor skin and hair health are also common as are frequent infections. Young children and pregnant women are especially vulnerable.
Babies start speaking their first words by 12 months

When Do Babies Start Talking? From Babble To Big Words

Babies start making repetitive noises by the time they are 6 months old. They typically say their first words by 12 months and have an expanded vocabulary of 6–20 words by the time they are 18 months. You can expect short two-word phrases by 2 years and sentences between 3 and 4 years. Help them along by reading and singing to them and holding conversations.
Natural remedies for baby eczema include coconut oil and chamomile oil.

10 Natural Remedies To Tackle Eczema In Babies

If your baby has eczema, use coconut or sunflower seed oil to moisturize and ease symptoms. Also try adding colloidal oats, rice water, or chamomile oil to your baby’s bath to soothe the skin and prevent itchiness and inflammation. Moisturizing the skin frequently, avoiding irritants, and using anti-scratch mittens can help. Give your baby probiotics to ease eczema linked to food allergies.
Causes of hydrocephalus

What Causes Hydrocephalus In Babies, Adults, And The Elderly?

Hydrocephalus is the abnormal accumulation of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) in the brain. Either congenital or acquired, hydrocephalus is caused by conditions that affect CSF movement. The triggers could be premature birth, neural tube defects, enlarged ventricles, ventricular hemorrhage, trauma, brain tumor, infections, surgery, or health conditions that impact blood flow.

8 Simple Tips On How To Clean Your Baby’s Toys

While your baby's favorite toys must be cleaned every week, visibly stained toys or toys used during your baby's recovery from a cold or an upset tummy need immediate cleaning. Hand wash fabric toys, wash metal toys in the dishwasher, soak bath toys in a white vinegar solution, give plastic toys a soap soak, and wipe down wood toys. Use natural cleaning agents like mild castile soap, tea tree oil, and vinegar.
6 Signs Unresolved Stress In Children And Tips To Reduce It

9 Signs Of Stress In Children And How To Help Them

Children manifest stress through sudden changes in behavior. A stressed child may suddenly throw temper tantrums, or have a meltdown over simple tasks, or show apathy toward everything. Their eating and sleeping patterns too may change, and they may complain more frequently of headaches and stomach aches. They may even show tic disorders like excessive blinking or throat clearing.
Childhood obesity has long-term physical and mental effects

7 Reasons Why Your Child Is Obese And What You Can Do

Chubby kids are the cutest, with all the baby fat making them even more adorable. But, what most parents don't know, or don't want...

First Day Home Alone With The Baby? 6 Things You Need To Do

Home alone with your baby? For first-timers, it might be really difficult. In the first few days or weeks, your husband and other family...

Battling Obesity? An Unstable Childhood May Be To Blame

According to researchers, people with a volatile childhood more likely to grow up to be impulsive. They live in the moment to seek instant gratification, and thus, tend to eat even when they're not hungry. This can increase their risk of obesity in the future. On the other hand, people who have experienced a stable childhood turn out to be adults who prefer planning out their future carefully and thinking through their actions and decisions.

10 Ways Stress Sends Out Signals When You Start Falling Sick

Are you falling sick too often? A hectic job, familial issues, financial limitations, and broken friendships are enough to cause a lot of stress...

Could You Be Allergic To Bananas? Here’s What You Need To Know

Researchers estimate that up to 15 million Americans have food allergies, including 5.9 million children under age 18. And about 30 percent of children...