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What to Expect: Skin & Hair Changes During Pregnancy September 14, 2018 in About Pregnancy by admin

Pregnancy sets the stage for some surprising changes, not just in your belly, but also in – or on – other parts of your body. Thanks to cataclysmic shifts in hormones, you may find yourself enriched by a luscious crown of hair, roseate cheeks and glorious, glowing skin. At the

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What to Expect: Skin & Hair Changes During Pregnancy
The Midlife Manual: Menopausal Symptoms to Be Prepared For September 13, 2018 in Health by Dr N S Kanimozhi

Just when you were preparing for a life of unset alarm clocks and bed-head weekdays, there goes menopause catching you off guard. Hot night flashes. An arid vagina. Sleepless nights. And hourly trips to the toilet. Little tokens from your body to you, as you venture into an uncharted vortex

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The Midlife Manual: Menopausal Symptoms to Be Prepared For
Silent Sugar Syndrome: The Link Between PCOS and Diabetes September 12, 2018 in Health by Dr N S Kanimozhi

Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), also known as polycystic ovarian disease (PCOD), is infamous for wreaking havoc on fertility, menstruation and physical appearance. And yet, as a silent sugar syndrome, it is also inherently tethered to diabetes. If you aren’t already familiar with PCOS, here is an introduction. Understanding PCOS PCOS is a

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Silent Sugar Syndrome: The Link Between PCOS and Diabetes
No Pain, All Gain: 5 Pain-free Ways to Ride the Crimson Tide September 11, 2018 in Health by Dr N S Kanimozhi

That first trace of crimson on your underwear can be enough to send throbs through your belly, relegate you to a permanent spot on your toilet and thrust you into a week of pain-filled nothingness. Granted, periods are nobody’s favourite activity, but with effective methods, you can minimise the discomfort

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No Pain, All Gain: 5 Pain-free Ways to Ride the Crimson Tide
Breastfeeding In Public: Dos and Don’ts to Keep In Mind September 11, 2018 in Birthing Experience, Parenting by Dr N S Kanimozhi

Breastfeeding your baby can be a rewarding, magical experience – except when it’s done under prying eyes. Like at a restaurant or at the park. Or even inside the see-through shelter of your car. Unfortunately in India, breastfeeding in public is still considered a social taboo, a sensationalist spectacle for

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Breastfeeding In Public: Dos and Don’ts to Keep In Mind
Bladder Bothers: Reasons Behind Frequent Urination in Women September 10, 2018 in About Pregnancy, Health by Dr N S Kanimozhi

Taking a tinkle can seem like an un-think-worthy activity, a mundane task somehow flawlessly programmed into the day. It’s when it becomes a routine that it becomes something to think about. If that sounds like you, here’s a look at the reasons behind frequent urination, and what you can do

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Bladder Bothers: Reasons Behind Frequent Urination in Women
Magic of Malish: The Science Behind Baby Massages September 8, 2018 in Effective Parenting by Dr Meghna Manocha

Back in the day, a malish wali was synonymous with newborn care. She would traipse into the house, tuck her sari behind her hip and draw her pint-sized client into a vigorous oil massage. Of course, the routine  – meant to stimulate blood flow and promote tactile sensitivity – would

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Magic of Malish: The Science Behind Baby Massages
Kilos & Kiddiewinks: The Causes Behind Childhood Obesity September 7, 2018 in Effective Parenting by Dr Meghna Manocha

Apple-faced, full-bellied children can be visions of cherubic cuteness, making for darling little candidates for cheek pulls and bear hugs. Oftentimes, however, overweight and obese children are at high risk of developing medical conditions like juvenile diabetes; a trade-off that can prove fatal in the long run. Although some cases

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Kilos & Kiddiewinks: The Causes Behind Childhood Obesity
Of Infants and Inoculations: 5 Reasons to Vaccinate Your Child September 6, 2018 in Effective Parenting, Health by Dr Meghna Manocha

As a new parent, you have a million things to juggle; round-the-clock diaper duty, feeds that are clocking overtime and a household that needs your attention. And then there are vaccinations. The very thought of having your child immunised against a variety of diseases can be daunting; what with the possibility

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Of Infants and Inoculations: 5 Reasons to Vaccinate Your Child
Digestive Dilemmas: Taming Inflammatory Bowel Disease in Kids September 5, 2018 in Effective Parenting by Dr Meghna Manocha

All-day bellyaches, extended toilet time, daylong spells of shut-eye and frequent barf fests are common outcomes of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) in kids. IBD triggers the inflammation of the intestines, with symptoms appearing persistently or in bouts. Understanding IBD IBD is usually prompted by one of two underlying conditions: Crohn’s disease or

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Digestive Dilemmas: Taming Inflammatory Bowel Disease in Kids
Pregnancy Care Advice for Your Last Trimester September 4, 2018 in About Pregnancy, Birthing Experience by Dr Meeta Chawhan

The last trimester of pregnancy is composed of the last three months – extending from weeks 28 to 40. By the time you have reached your third trimester, your body has undergone tremendous changes to create an ecosystem for the little life inside you. Here are some steps and measures

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Pregnancy Care Advice for Your Last Trimester
Pregnancy Care Advice for Your First Trimester September 3, 2018 in About Pregnancy, Birthing Experience by Dr Meeta Chawhan

A pregnancy is typically composed of about 40 weeks and divided into three sub-periods or trimesters, each requiring specialised care. In this article, we turn the spotlight on the first trimester – comprising weeks 1 to 12 of pregnancy. The first trimester is often the most neglected, seeing as a

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Pregnancy Care Advice for Your First Trimester
Painful Menstruation Tweetinar on Cloudnine September 2, 2018 in Health by admin

On 29th August 2018, Cloudnine launched a live Tweetinar on on its Twitter handle @CloudnineCare. It was led by Dr. Sumati Tadas, Obstetrician & Gynaecologist at Cloudnine Hospital, Pune. The Tweetinar touched on a range of topics related to primary and secondary dysmenorrhoea. Excerpts are included below. Specialist Details:

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Painful Menstruation Tweetinar on Cloudnine
Thyroid & Pregnancy Tweetinar on Cloudnine September 1, 2018 in About Pregnancy, Health by Dr. Modhulika Bhattacharya

On 26th July 2018, Cloudnine launched a live Tweetinar on on its Twitter handle @CloudnineCare. It was led by Dr. Modhulika Bhattacharya, Obstetrician & Gynaecologist at Cloudnine Hospitals, Outer Ring Road and Old Airport Road, Bangalore. The Tweetinar dealt with a plethora of topics on thyroid and pregnancy. Some

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Thyroid & Pregnancy Tweetinar on Cloudnine
Pregnancy Week 40 August 28, 2018 in About Pregnancy, Birthing Experience by Dr Praveena Shenoi

Congratulations! This is the last week of your pregnancy, and it’s highly probable that you will be welcoming your baby into the world this week. What changes are occurring within your body? You will not experience any new changes this week, apart from the fact that you are likely to deliver your

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Pregnancy Week 40

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