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pre pregnancy therapy, prepregnancy counselling, preconception care

#LadiesAndBabies: Pre Pregnancy Therapy For Expecting Couples

Expecting parents are often seen complaining that they were not warned about the challenges of pregnancy. Everybody gives them their good wishes or blessings, but what they need is verified …

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Stem Cell Preservation: No or Yes?

It is natural for expecting parents to prepare their home and environment for the arrival of their baby. This includes childproofing home gadgets and furniture to purchasing new ones to …

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Don’t Miss These Pre-Pregnancy Tests

Pregnancy tests are an important part of pre-pregnancy care as an apparently healthy-looking woman may carry diseases that do not cause symptoms, but can pose risks to her and her …

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Pneumonia in newborn

How to Identify Pneumonia in Newborns

Pneumonia is an infection of the lung which is caused by a virus or bacteria. The occurrence of pneumonia can be sudden, within a day or two or it may …

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5 ways you can help a socially withdrawn child

It is difficult being the parent of a socially withdrawn child, more so because they find it challenging to develop relationships with peers, display bouts of low self-esteem as a …

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When Do You Start Talking to Children about Sex?

One of the most common questions parents ask is: “What should my children know about sexuality, and at what age should they know it?” Answering children’s questions about sex is …

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Child birth after 40

Child Birth After 40?

The number of women who have shifted their child birth cycle from the early thirties to early forties has been exponential is the past few years. Most of this can …

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9 Not-to-Miss Malabsorption Symptoms in Kids

Sometimes, despite giving your child a healthy and balanced diet, they show signs of malnutrition. This occurs due to a condition called Malabsorption, which is the inability of one’s body …

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Pediatric Surgery : How to Manage Your Child

Pediatric Surgery can be a difficult process because it not only affects the child but also the family members. It is important is to prepare yourself and more importantly, your child so …

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Controlling Your Child’s Seizures

Sometimes, the brain cells temporarily disrupt the electrical signals the brain sends to other parts of the body. It is not as uncommon as one would think, especially among children. …

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Does Your Baby Have Diarrhea?

Diarrhea is an infection which causes watery bowel movements. The infection can be due bacteria, parasites or viruses. It depends upon the geographic location of the child, as well as …

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Thank You Mummy, For Being a Working Mother!

When I was a kid, apart from explaining me how I came to this world, my papa also had to explain me that why mummy leaves home early in the …

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PostPartum Depression: Voice of an Expert

Mimansa Singh Tanwar, Clinical Psychologist and Coordinator Clinical Psychology at the Department of Mental health and Behavioural Sciences in Fortis Healthcare explains postpartum depression and how to cope with it. …

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Thousands of New Borns in Brazil are Brain Damaged, and here’s why!

Last year, there were 147 children and this year the number has rose to 2400 suspected cases of microcephaly and 29 deaths of infants. Ziku, a mosquito borne virus has …

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How to Involve Your Kids in your Workout Routine

Fitting a workout into a busily scheduled life can be difficult for anyone, but for those of us with children, it can feel almost impossible. If you don’t have time …

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5 Facts About Feeding Low Birth Weight Babies: WHO

The WHO recommends that Low Birth Weight babies, especially very low birth weight (VLBW), should be fed their mother’s own milk. If, for some reason, infants cannot be fed their mother’s …

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Proper Diet for Children of All Ages

A child’s balanced diet depends on what they eat and in which quantities. Needless to say, portion sizes vary according to the child’s age, because after every few years, children’s …

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Repressing G6PD Deficiency in Infants

The full form of G6PD is Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase, and it is a hereditary deficiency. People having this deficiency show an abnormally low count of red blood cells, which can cause …

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Swelling in the Body – Possible Causes

Swelling is defined as an increase in size or change in the shape of body parts. The reasons behind this swelling can be varied – abnormal tissue growth, collection of …

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Klinefelter syndrome – Things to Know

The Klinefelter syndrome is not uncommon among boys. This genetic condition is also known as XXY Syndrome and is found in males only. It occurs due to error in cell …

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