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Baby’s first smile: All you need to know January 17, 2020 in Baby by Dr Meghna Manocha

Parenthood is an amazing gift full of excitement and curiosity. The journey is very beautiful right from the moment you are pregnant. It takes a lot of patience at the same time to build yourself into being engulfed in the beautiful atmosphere of parenthood. But all your sleepless nights, morning

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Baby’s first smile: All you need to know
Teaching your child not to bite January 16, 2020 in Baby, Baby Basics by Dr Meghna Manocha

A mother and her baby share a very special bond and she plays an important role in the development of her child’s habits. Your child is in a stage of constant growth and development and tends to learn a habit very quickly. Few habits are deleterious for your child and

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Teaching your child not to bite
Protein for kids-Types & Benefits January 16, 2020 in Baby, Baby Developments, Baby Food by Dr Meghna Manocha

Your child needs proper nutrition that includes vitamins, proteins and carbohydrates for their growth and development. Children require protein in their daily diet for mental and physical development. Thus it is very important to have a balanced diet for your child and includes protein. Protein is the most important macro

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Protein for kids-Types & Benefits
8 Ways to make your child’s Vaccination visit less stressful January 16, 2020 in Baby, Vaccination by Dr Meghna Manocha

Vaccination is important for both the mother and child. Vaccination prevents your child from dreadful diseases. But vaccination is really stressful for you and your baby as it is painful for your child. Even though it’s hard to see your little one hurting or frightened, getting vaccinated is one of

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8 Ways to make your child’s Vaccination visit less stressful
Things you should know about infants’ sleeping positions November 29, 2019 in Baby, Baby Basics, Effective Parenting, Parenting by Dr Meghna Manocha

A baby brings joy, happiness and excitement to you and your family. Babies need proper care along with love and affection. Baby is a big responsibility and you need to be concerned about everything regarding your baby. Babies are growing every second and proper sleep for them is a must.

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Things you should know about infants’ sleeping positions
How to simulate your toddler’s brain development: 8 indoor activities that will help your baby become smarter November 26, 2019 in Activity & Fun, Baby, Baby Basics, Baby Developments, Parenting, Positive Parenting by Dr Meghna Manocha

Toddlers are continuously growing. 90% of the development of the brain occurs until the age of 5. Growth and development of the brain are much faster in toddlers. The first three years of the life of a child is crucial for learning and development. Things learned in the initial years

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How to simulate your toddler’s brain development: 8 indoor activities that will help your baby become smarter
Do you have a 3-6 Months Old Baby whose not ready to sleep? Here are a few tips on how to get your baby to sleep November 25, 2019 in Baby, Baby Basics, Effective Parenting by Dr Meghna Manocha

Your newborn baby will require 16 to 17 hours of sleep a day, and after three months, that is decreased to 15 hours. A 3-6-month-old baby will require 13 to 15 hours of proper sleep. Proper sleep is essential for your baby, as it enables their growth and development. But

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Do you have a 3-6 Months Old Baby whose not ready to sleep? Here are a few tips on how to get your baby to sleep
5 important spots to child proof in your home November 24, 2019 in Activity & Fun, Baby, Baby Basics, Baby Proofing by Dr Meghna Manocha

Child-proofing your home is an essential step for your child when he is growing. As unintentional injuries very common and can be life-threatening in children. When your toddler is toddling, it’s time for you to childproof your home so that it is safe for them to roam. Here are the

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5 important spots to child proof in your home
Are you a new father? Here are a few tips on how to ace the test of becoming the best New Dad November 23, 2019 in Baby, Daddy's Corner, Effective Parenting by Dr Meghna Manocha

Fatherhood is a beautiful thing for a man but not that simplest thing in the world. Learning how to be a father has never been so easy. There are frequently asked questions from new dad to be. Here are some guidelines and tips that will help you face first time

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Are you a new father? Here are a few tips on how to ace the test of becoming the best New Dad
Parenting tips on what kind of toys to buy for your toddler November 22, 2019 in Activity & Fun, Baby, Effective Parenting, Positive Parenting by Dr Meghna Manocha

Toys are an enjoyable part of one's child's life. Toys are fun and essential for a child's development. But toy-related injuries are reported every year and treated in the emergency department of hospitals. Children below three years old have more risk of choking as they tend to put all objects

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Parenting tips on what kind of toys to buy for your toddler
The journey of a baby born at 25 weeks October 16, 2019 in Baby, preemies by Dr Deepak Vasudev

Rehana was put on intravenous nutrition through a specialised catheter via umbilical vein soon after delivery. The umbilical cord which gives nourishment to a developing baby in the womb contains two arteries and veins. Doctors use these blood vessels and put catheters to monitor blood pressure, take samples and also

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The journey of a baby born at 25 weeks
Breastfeeding – Everything you need to know October 8, 2019 in Baby, Effective Parenting, Feeding by Amrita Desai

If a baby is unwell then the breast milk composition alters to provide the additional energy that the baby needs. Breast milk helps with increasing the baby’s immunity which means that an exclusively breastfed baby needs less visits to the pediatrician for commonly occurring illnesses such as cough, cold etc.

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Breastfeeding – Everything you need to know
29 weeks with a large duct (Patent ductus arteriosus) October 4, 2019 in Baby, Baby Developments, Birthing Experience, Parenting, Positive Parenting by Dr Deepak Vasudev

Must Read: Signs and Symptoms of Preterm Labour Aryan required significant breathing support initially, and on the 3rd day of life an echocardiogram ("echo") ultrasound test that uses sound waves to view the heart was conducted showed large Patent ductus arteriosus (PDA)/ Duct. The duct is a blood vessel which bypasses blood

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29 weeks with a large duct (Patent ductus arteriosus)
Weight Gain after Miscarriage September 26, 2019 in About Pregnancy, Diet & Fitness, Health, Mom’s Corner by Dr Seema Sharma

Ways to control weight gain after a miscarriage: Consume adequate amounts of water Try avoiding stressing about things you can’t change Avoid eating due to emotion triggers Try eating healthier stuff instead Switch to your pre-pregnancy diet Exercise and feel healthy Must Read: Tips on how to avoid miscarriages Try surrounding yourself

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Weight Gain after Miscarriage
Uterine rupture during pregnancy – Causes, Symptoms & Treatments September 23, 2019 in About Pregnancy, Health by Dr Pratibha Singhal

Must Read: Placenta Previa: Causes, Risk, & Treatment Sign and symptoms Foetal distress - Abnormalities in foetal heart rate as measured by an electronic monitor, this is the most important sign and is present in 79-89% of the patient with uterine rupture. Lesser intensity contraction or no feeling of uterine contraction Sharp

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Uterine rupture during pregnancy – Causes, Symptoms & Treatments

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