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    9 Exhausting Signs Of Overtired Baby To Look Out For

    I was just settling down on a couch. After a tiresome day with my baby, I wanted to relax reading a book. Alas, that was not to happen. My daughter woke up and began to wail incessantly. “Oh no, not again!” I thought. “Why did she wake up in 30 minutes?” When such situations became frequent, I...
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    Everything You Need to Know About Heavy Metals and Contaminants in Baby Food

    Studies warn of lead, arsenic, and other toxins in products for babies and toddlers. Time to panic? Probably not. In 2017, a non-profit organization called Clean Label Project released findings from a study showing contaminants such as arsenic, lead, and mercury in leading brands of infant formula and baby foods. And now Consumer Reports confirmed ...
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    4 Signs Your Baby Is Going Through a Growth Spurt

    Asking if a baby is having a growth spurt is like asking if a sloth is having a tired spell. It’s kind of what they do. Babies grow much faster in their first year of life than at any other time except in utero. A typical school-aged child grows about 2 inches each year. During puberty, that...

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    What to avoid during pregnancy

    Most women can continue with their everyday activities during pregnancy and only need to make some minor lifestyle changes. The health and well-being of both the woman and the developing fetus are of primary concern during pregnancy, so it is best to avoid consuming certain foods and doing potentially risky activities. Drinking alcohol When a...
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    Tips for a Healthy Pregnancy

    Follow these simple pregnancy tips on safety and nutrition to stay healthy throughout the nine months before your baby arrives. Staying Healthy During Pregnancy If you’re pregnant or thinking about getting pregnant, you probably know some of the basic pregnancy advice about taking care of yourself and the baby: don’t smoke or be around ...
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    25 Simple Exercises You Can Do During Pregnancy

    Pregnancy is difficult, but it is not a disease! Yes, your body is fragile and changing. However, it’s a miracle of life and is something to celebrate. But these days, many women treat pregnancy as a ‘touch me not’ phase! And nothing makes it more evident than their reluctance to exercise. Image: Shutterstock Here is...

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    First 10 Days Baby Basics

    During the first 10 days home with your baby, some things will come very naturally, others may not. To help you get off to a good start, we created this quick guide for navigating the baby basics. First 10 Days During the first 10 days, knowing how to take care of your newborn baby can...
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    3 Best Ways To Engage Your Baby

    Just as you are endlessly fascinated by your little bundle of joy, they too feel the same way about you! They love to look at you while you talk on the phone, play with your hair or glasses, and are always engaging with you in some way or another, even if they might not be...
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    Tips for first time parents in Malaysia

    Becoming a parent can be quite challenging especially at young age, with lot of commitments and responsibilities to be carry on. For women, going through pregnancy, labor and delivery for first time might be a mind blown you might feel like you have no idea what you’re doing! Every country has their own culture on...

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    Breastfeeding your newborn: What to expect in the first week

    After giving birth life can seem pretty bewildering – you’re getting to know your newborn while recovering from the delivery. Your emotions might be all over the place (especially between days two and five when many women get the double whammy of their milk ‘coming in’ and the ‘baby blues’.Plus, there’s often expectation – and pressure – to...
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    Fennel For Increasing Milk Supply: Does It Really Work?

    You can successfully breastfeed your baby if the milk supply is good. Low milk supply might leave the baby hungry, making you to opt for formula. And when your breastmilk supply is low, the experienced mothers around you come up with some remedies. They might ask you to consume some foods, and keep away from...
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    Will Your Breasts Ever Be the Same After Pregnancy?

    When you’re pregnant, your body has very high levels of estrogen and progesterone, hormones that stimulate your breasts’ milk glands and milk ducts, respectively. The result of all this can be a big change in bra size, but growth usually slows or stops at the end of the first trimester. Your best strategy? Go to a...
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