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The Struggles Of Breastfeeding A Newborn And What You Can Do About Them

When you are pregnant, you may feel that it is one of the most beautiful and one of the most challenging phases of your...

Is Co-Sleeping Good For Your Baby?

Sharing your bed with your baby, or co-sleeping is a topic that has attracted a lot of attention due to the dangers associated with it. However, when practiced in a safe manner can benefit your baby. Co-sleeping can comfort your baby, improve his or her health, promote the baby's safety and make your baby more independent. Sleeping in close proximity of the baby also allow the mother to sleep better.

Answering 4 Common Toddler Sleep Questions

Toddlers' sleeping habits baffle most young parents. If your baby wakes up at night, he might be hungry or sick. He could also be feeling too hot or cold. Toddlers might get hurt while asleep so put them on their backs and keep pets out of their room. Cradle and rock your child or give them a warm bath to help them sleep. Shift to a bed if your toddler is 35 inches tall.

5 Exercises To Relieve Aches And Pains During Pregnancy

Pregnancy is exciting, but housing a growing baby can bring on lots of aches and pains, so consider gentle exercises. Do a widened child’s pose to loosen the spine and stretch the groin. A twisted wide squat will relax the spine and hips, but don’t twist your belly. Side-lying clamshells and bench hip thrusts are great for strengthening the core, pelvic muscles, and glutes. To improve muscular strength in the legs, do body weight squats.

5 Steps To Care For A Child Suffering From Cystic Fibrosis

Cystic Fibrosis is a genetic disease that is passed on to a child by both parents. It mainly causes breathing problems and infections in...

Baby Born From Embryo Frozen 25 Years Ago

Yes, you read it right! A baby has been born from an embryo frozen for nearly 25 years. It is the longest known frozen...

Why Does Your Baby Fall Asleep While Breastfeeding?

Babies typically tend to fall asleep at the breast when they’re satiated. Sometimes, this can also happen when your baby has not latched on properly. If you experience pain during nursing, that’s another sign of an improper latch. Babies who were born with a low birth weight may also be sleepier during feedings. As long as your baby is steadily gaining weight and passing stool and urine normally, there's no reason to worry.

6 Things You Should Know About Kids With Food Allergies

Medical professionals have been studying food allergies among children for a very long time now. Children who are prone to allergies can have a...

Are You Raising A Narcissist Or A Child With High Self-Esteem?

Parents have the hardest job in the world. They are responsible for raising generations of people who would run the world. As the world...

6 Common Lies Parents Shouldn’t Tell Their Children

Parents always advise their children to tell the truth and steer clear from lies. That is a great advice for everyone. But a lot...

Exploring The Habit Of Lying In Kids With ADHD

Children with ADHD can be a handful, but they are dealing with a lot themselves. The way each child acts out while dealing with...

6 Reasons Why You Should Stop Using Chlorine Bleach

Bleach is one of the most common household cleaners and has been used for decades. Granted, it’s one of the most effective ways to...
A coconut oil recipe to help you fall asleep

This Coconut Oil Concoction Will Help You Sleep Like A Baby

If you have trouble falling asleep, you’re not alone. Around 60 million Americans are affected by sleeping disorders every year. Tossing and turning in...

7 Simple Stretches To Release Your Tight Hips

When you're in your 20s, you may not feel the need to stretch too much since your joints are still quite flexible and well...
Is there a link between baby powder and ovarian cancer

Can Baby Powder Actually Lead To Ovarian Cancer?

It isn’t uncommon for most women to have a bottle of baby powder in their bathroom cabinets even if they don’t have babies themselves....