Mar 15, 2011
Posted in Post Pregnancy
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Feng Shui Your Nursery for a Healthy & Thrivi...

Feng Shui Your Nursery for a Healthy & Thriving Environment

Followers of the three thousand years old Chinese practice of Feng Shui are strong believers of the fact that for having a house where affluence, good luck & successes would flourish, arrangement of space needs to be done in accordance for promoting free flow of chi (energy). In regards to the little one arriving, Feng Shui could be deployed as a crucial means of grounding your infant in a healthful & thriving setting. Many Feng Shui beliefs are to be taken into consideration while one arranges the infant’s nursery like where the infant’s bedroom is located inside the home & furnishings arrangements alongside the shade & movement in the bedroom. Bedroom Position In regards to placement of the infant’s nursery, here are several ‘do-not’  [...]

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Mar 10, 2011
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Pregnancy Exercises – What Every Mother Must...

Pregnancy Exercises – What Every Mother Must Know

Hypothetically speaking, in case your little one was already delivered & be capable of talking then he/ she would certainly be thankful to momma for self-caring whilst he/ she grew within. Earlier, gestation equated to confinements though presently expectant moms in good health are doing whatever is needed to get on with their lives in as unhampered way as possible. Several trials have found that moms who are physically fit go through a briefer labor & lesser delivery complications. In all probability, this is because of enhanced muscular efficacy & lesser weariness at the time of L&D. An intriguing trial revealed that expectant moms that exercised on a regular basis had an effectually functioning heart that delivered augmented blood supply to the key organ  [...]

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Mar 8, 2011
Posted in Pregnancy Care, Pregnancy Health

OTC Drugs for Sick Breastfeeding Mot...

OTC Drugs for Sick Breastfeeding Mothers – Important Dos & Don’ts

When a breastfeeding mother falls ill, she & her infant would in most occasions be benefiting from continually nursing. There are hardly any sicknesses which necessitate a mom in halting breastfeeding. As majority of the sicknesses arise from viral organisms which are most communicable prior to one realizing that one is ill, your little one would have had exposure prior to you even becoming symptomatic (like puking, nasal dribbling, coughing, fevers, diarrhoea, rashes among others).  [...]

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Mar 3, 2011
Posted in Child Health

Acetaminophen Use in Kids – Im...

Acetaminophen Use in Kids – Important Medicine Safety Information

Acetaminophen – Tylenol among other names have been a benchmark cure to tackle fevers & pains among kids. It is effectual & easily obtainable over-the-counter. However excessively used could be damaging to the child as it tends to overload the liver’s capability of processing the medicine safely. Overdoses of acetaminophen occur easier than one may deem. Acetaminophen use is risk-free only when administered in the right dosage, not to be given more repeatedly than 4-6 hourly time  [...]

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Mar 1, 2011
Posted in Baby Feeding

Breast Milk Storage Tips

Breast Milk Storage Tips

The handy guidelines mentioned herewith are applicable to breast milk which would be offered to infants who have completed full term & are in good health. For mothers who are doing milk expression for a sickly or preterm infant must be firstly checking with their physician about collection, handling as well as breast milk storage. Container Breast milk storage could be done in a safe manner by using glass, tough plastic bottle, plastic freezer bag or food-grade low-density/ linear  [...]

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Feb 24, 2011
Posted in Child Health

Indoor Allergies Relief Tips for Kid...

Indoor Allergies Relief Tips for Kids

Nearly forty percent of children are affected by ubiquitous indoors allergens like mildew, shedding from pet animals & dust mite. Here are handy tips to assist little sneezers suffering from indoor allergies in breathing easy. Select shielding cover for the kid’s mattress & pillows. Also beddings should be washed one day every week in scalding water. Doing just these duo things would lessen your little one being exposed to dust mite by nearly eighty percent. Those pesky crawlies even  [...]

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Feb 22, 2011
Posted in Baby Feeding

Breastfeeding Tips for Big-Bosomed M...

Breastfeeding Tips for Big-Bosomed Mothers

Breastfeeding can pose unique challenges to large-busted females. Also contrary to popular belief that bigger the breasts, more the capability of producing milk; smaller-busted females too are equally able to furnish sufficient milk as the well-endowed ones. Moms having bigger breast size (Double D or more) might uncover that they would need experimenting to some extent for finding positions & methods for more successfully breastfeeding. Illustrated herewith are some handy breastfeeding  [...]

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Feb 17, 2011
Posted in Baby Feeding, Post Pregnancy

Engorged Breasts During Nursing R...

Engorged Breasts During Nursing – Handy Expert Advice

Breasts feeling full are normally experienced among nearly all lactating mothers once their milk has come in two to five days following child delivery. Women might feel full, heavy, sore and warmness in their breasts arising from breast tissue that swell up due to accruement of milk, blood & lymphatic fluid in the milk ducts when milk starts being produced. This sense of feeling full in the breasts is not abnormal when breast tissues can be compressed & one doesn’t sense unwell (pains  [...]

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Feb 15, 2011
Posted in Pregnancy Care

Breech Baby – Safe, Natural Te...

Breech Baby – Safe, Natural Techniques to Change Presentation

Generally some weeks pre-delivery, majority of the infants would be moving into birthing position head nearing birth canal. When this doesn’t occur, the infant’s butts &/or feet would be positioned for delivery first known as breech presentation. Breech baby cases arise in one from twenty-five full-term deliveries and in trio kinds of presentations: Complete Breech – Butts are downwards faced, feet close to butts and cross-legged at knees. Frank Breech – The infant’s butts are  [...]

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Feb 10, 2011
Posted in Assisted Reproduction

In Vitro Fertilization – How S...

In Vitro Fertilization – How Safe is it for Women?

Females who are thinking about trying in vitro fertilization for infertility issues must be better informed regarding the associated risks. It is particularly pertinent for older females or those with some health issues, according to a report conclusion appearing in the British Medical Journal which examines safety of gestation & delivery following in-vitro fertilization. In vitro fertilization (IVF) – What’s already known? Though IVF method is safe for majority of the females, however  [...]

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