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Premature Baby Care: Top advises for World Prematurity Day

15 November, 2019
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A baby is a baby – whether full-term or premature. November 17 is the World Prematurity Day. The global observance aims at raising awareness and engagement on the discourse of premature baby care.  According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), 15 million premature babies are born each year. That is equal to one in ten …

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Children’s Day Special: Home Remedies For Cold And Cough 

14 November, 2019
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If you are accustomed to lullabies, cartoons, candies and Bollywood songs like Bum Bum Bole, we assume you have little children at home. However, if you are not habitual with this list, allow your inner child out. All because it is Children’s Day India. But as you know that the cozy season aka winter is …

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Optimizing Fertility by Realigning Body Structure With Chiropractic Care

4 November, 2019
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<p>Infertility is a real problem for many couples. The struggles of infertility force couples to recognize an entirely new level of patience, one that comes with sadness and sorrow at the core. Fortunately, health care researchers are constantly l...

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How To Deal With Trauma In Child’s Life

27 August, 2019
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When a child experiences trauma, his life is altered forever. Those who suffer loss, abuse or neglect early-on in life, may often suffer from serious psychological and emotional disorders after the traumatic event. Child trauma bricks up one’s potential in truly unimaginable ways. Children who have experienced traumatic events need to feel safe and loved. All …

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How Do I Treat Common Cold & Cough?

10 August, 2019
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Almost everyone has undergone a bout of the common cold. It is a viral infection that affects the nose, throat and sinuses, and is mainly manifested in the form of sneezing, runny or blocked nose, sore throat and cough. Common cold lasts for about a week in adults and around two weeks in young children. …

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Baby Vaccination: The First Step Towards Healthy Life

19 June, 2019
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Baby Vaccination is something that is mandatory for the growth and development of newborn babies. These vaccines are designed to prevent infants and young children from several possible diseases like flu, whooping cough, measles, mumps, polio or tetanus. Doctors and parents lay great stress on the vaccination schedule of a baby. Child’s doctors provide a …

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First Four Weeks of A Newborn

15 November, 2018
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Congratulations! You have finally met your new beautiful arrival. Within the hour of birth, you will be offered skin to skin contact with your baby, which helps to bond and provides the baby with the same warmth. You will also be encouraged to Breastfeed during the first hour. Now, let us go through the development …

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10 Tips for a Healthy Pregnancy

8 December, 2016
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Every woman wants to stay active and healthy throughout her pregnancy. If you are pregnant then you must eat well, take sufficient sleep, do physical activities and think positive. Taking care of your physical and emotional health is really very important for a healthy pregnancy. A mom’s good health is essential for a healthy baby. …

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Top 5 Gynecological Problems Women Face

6 October, 2016
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Gynecological problems are common from the starting of the menstrual cycles. Be it irregular cycles, heavy bleeding or spotting, girls face these problems from a very young age. Rightly said by Dr Preeti Rastogi, Over time, women learn to listen to their bodies, adopt their lifestyle according to what’s best for their health and manage their …

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New Mom shares her difficult Motherhood Journey

17 August, 2016
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Motherhood is the most important part of a woman’s life. It’s a miracle for which God has especially chosen women. It is a woman who keeps the baby safe for 9 months in her womb and then goes to an extra mile to ensure its health. I and my husband, Nikhil were very happy when we found …

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PPD (Postpartum Depression) – My story & Learning

12 August, 2016
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A member of the New Moms’ Club shares her experience with PPD I was a girl who was full of life until PPD struck me and I couldn’t understand what made me cry all day and night long during my japa period. I cried for the first time when I didn’t lactate for 3 days …

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Pregnancy Diet: Importance of Vitamins and Supplements for a Healthy Baby

12 August, 2016
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<p>Pregnancy is a time that draws a lot of attention to food. Even the best efforts to include all food groups in their right amounts may create nutritional gaps in a pregnancy diet, either through cooking method or insufficient amounts of a nutri...

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How I overcame Postpartum Depression & You can too

11 August, 2016
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I had heard and read a lot about the so called “Postpartum Depression” when I was pregnant and I just laughed over it every time. I was so sure that I would never be the one to get affected as I was very confident about myself being quite a strong person. But then it hit …

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Immunisation- Should I, or shouldn’t I?

10 August, 2016
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Most parents have this recurring and nagging concern about how justified the immunisation that they subject their children to are, especially regarding their effectiveness, safety and price. Let me try and address some of the important issues, point by point. Let me begin by trying to explain how vaccines work, as plainly as possible. The human …

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When being Pregnant comes with Complications

10 August, 2016
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Being Pregnant is all about the changes that take place inside woman’s body and transform her into a mother. With Pregnancy, come lot of complications like feeling nauseous, sick, experiencing fatigue, bearing strange smells etc. My complications started way before I had even conceived. I was diagnosed with Tuberculosis of the Fallopian tube and had …

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Importance of Tracking Your Baby’s Growth

2 August, 2016
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Each baby is unique and covers developmental milestones at unique pace. However, it is important to keep a track of baby’s growth and how the vital characteristics are developing. There are certain guidelines so as to detect any potential problems that may occur, hampering the baby’s growth. Baby’s Weight is more important than Height  An …

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Post Delivery Hygiene For Mother and Baby

31 July, 2016
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Hygiene is as important for a mother and the new born. Proper post delivery hygiene for mother and baby, both, ensures that the duo does not contract any infection and stays perfectly healthy. The following parameters are to be kept in mind to ensure healthy and hygienic conditions after the delivery – Keep Baby Warm It …

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Uterine Fibroids – Facts you Need to know Today!

28 July, 2016
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What are Uterine Fibroids? Fibroids are benign tumours that develop in the wall of the womb. While the condition may sound scary, it is pretty common and affects over 10 million women in India, every year. It can be diagnosed easily through some fairly common tests and mostly affects adult women. Some lucky women with …

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Female Hormones: How do they Effect Mood, Appetite and Libido?

28 July, 2016
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It’s not unusual when we are asked if it is our “Time of Month,” just because we get angrier or sadder than usual in a situation. While many women find this offensive, others believe it to be true. Our hormones affect our moods and actions way more than we give them credit for. They even effect …

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Women: 10 Health Symptoms to Watch Out

27 July, 2016
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Women tend to get so engrossed in taking care of everybody else that they barely get time to take care of themselves. Some of the symptoms may seem trivial but it just might be an underlying cause to a serious health condition. It is, thus, important to have an eye out for any changes in …

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