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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)
Premature Baby Care Tips July 30, 2019 in Baby, Effective Parenting, Parenting, Positive Parenting, Special Child by Dr Meghna Manocha

A baby has arrived home. Isn't that a delight. It reached before time, but everyone in the family is more than happy to welcome the youngest member of their family. Being a mother of a premature baby things change. There is nothing more exciting than welcoming one's bundle of joy home

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Premature Baby Care Tips
Did you know how swine flu affect babies? July 28, 2019 in Baby, Health, Health & wellness, Parenting by Dr Meghna Manocha

Swine flu is caused due to the H1N1 virus. Symptoms of Swine Flu are the same as those seen with a common seasonal viral infection. The main symptoms are  Fever,  Cough,  Sore throat and  Runny nose Other common symptoms are Muscle pain,  Headache  Fatigue Some people may also have vomiting and diarrhea Babies

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Did you know how swine flu affect babies?
7 Smart Ideas To Keep Your Kids Busy May 28, 2019 in Fun activities for Child, Parenting, Positive Parenting by Dr Meghna Manocha

Children love colours. They are intrigued by anything that's colourful so make the best use of colours. 2. Bake a cake with your kid [caption id="attachment_21674" align="alignnone" width="599"] Daughter learning how to cook[/caption] 3. Teach them indoor games and play with then at home. [caption id="attachment_21676" align="alignnone" width="600"] Family Playing carrom with kids[/caption] 4. Make

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7 Smart Ideas To Keep Your Kids Busy
Fluoride Toothpaste – Is It Safe for Babies, Toddlers and Kids to Use? May 23, 2019 in Baby, Effective Parenting, Health, Health & wellness, Parenting, Toddler Basics by Dr Meghna Manocha

As soon as a baby’s teeth start coming, the cleaning process should start with toothpaste not more than a grain of rice or just a smear on the brush. In order to avoid swallowing of the paste the baby’s face should be tilted so that the excess water dribbles out. If a

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Fluoride Toothpaste – Is It Safe for Babies, Toddlers and Kids to Use?
Snackspiration: 8 Fail-Proof Snack Ideas For Your Toddler February 4, 2019 in Feeding, Health, Health & wellness, Parenting, Toddler by Mrs Abhilasha V

Running out of snack ideas for your on-the-go tot? Seek inspiration from this selection of easy-peasy menu options of foods for toddlers. Coming up with creative, flavourful snack options for your toddler can be a tiring feat. If you find yourself feverishly trying out new recipes that might entice your toddler’s

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Snackspiration: 8 Fail-Proof Snack Ideas For Your Toddler
Liquid Gold: Can Breast Milk Prevent Childhood Allergies? February 3, 2019 in Baby, Feeding, Health, Health, Mom’s Corner, Parenting by Dr. Lakshmy Menon

There’s a reason breast milk is called liquid gold. Its potent properties envelop your baby in an impenetrable shield of protection. Know someone who swells up at inhaling a peanut? Or doubles overtaking the tiniest sip of milk? Blame it on the treacherous world of food allergies; a world far too

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Liquid Gold: Can Breast Milk Prevent Childhood Allergies?
Working Woes: Is Your Career Impacting Your Child’s Development? February 2, 2019 in Baby Developments, Parenting, Toddler Development by Dr. Lakshmy Menon

Complementary Caregiving They say it takes a village to raise a child. And it’s true. You need all the help you can get as a working mother to bring up your tot with the right values, morals and manners. Pick caregivers that complement your parenting style and sensibilities, so that there’s

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Working Woes: Is Your Career Impacting Your Child’s Development?
How to Deal With Fussy Eaters? October 25, 2018 in Effective Parenting, Health, Health & wellness, Nutritional Insights, Parenting by Dr Bir Singh Yadav

Motherhood is not an easy journey. From pregnancy and delivery to dealing with your growing child, every day is a challenge for the parent which patiently she has to go through. One such example is dealing with a fussy eater. Read More: Toddler a Balanced Diet  Getting the right nutrition for a

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How to Deal With Fussy Eaters?
Helpful Apps for Your Pregnancy/Baby/Toddler October 15, 2018 in Baby, Effective Parenting, Parenting, Pregnancy, Toddler by Dr. Manju B Nair

Handling pregnancy and parenting is truly a challenging task and if you are still lingering between taking care of your newborn and getting your own personal space, a small guideline might do the trick. With the advent of new technologies, your phones are not just a medium of communication but

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Monsoon Mantras: 5 Baby Care Tips for a Magical Rainy Season October 10, 2018 in Baby, Baby Basics, Effective Parenting, Parenting by Dr Poonam Prakash Kamble

Monsoon can cast magical spells on the summer heat, welcoming a wave of coolness and the perfect weather for , long weekend drives and balcony sit-outs. For all the blessings that monsoon brings with it, there are some things to watch out for, especially when it comes to your baby.

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Monsoon Mantras: 5 Baby Care Tips for a Magical Rainy Season
Dehydration In Babies: Signs, Causes & Treatments October 9, 2018 in Baby, Effective Parenting, Health, Parenting by Dr Nandini Nagar

Dry tears, sunken eyes and parched lips can set off alarm bells for most parents. And for good reason. While many physical signs out of the ordinary can count towards first- or even second-time parent paranoia, some may warrant immediate and intensive medical intervention. Dehydration, for one. If you aren’t acquainted

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Dehydration In Babies: Signs, Causes & Treatments
Eye Spy: Signs of Vision Problems in Your Baby October 5, 2018 in Baby, Effective Parenting, Health, Parenting, Toddler by Dr. Naveen Narendranath

Infants at Two Years If your child’s eyes are misaligned (strabismus), the problem may become more pronounced at the two-year mark. Likewise, a lazy eye (amblyopia) – a childhood condition in which one of the eyes doesn’t develop adequately – can lead to vision problems. Amblyopia usually arrives without any accompanying

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Eye Spy: Signs of Vision Problems in Your Baby
Big Emotions In Little Souls: 5 Steps to Deal With Your Child’s Emotions October 1, 2018 in Baby, Effective Parenting, Health & Lifestyle, Parenting, Toddler by Dr Meena Venkatraman

To Know More: 7 Smart Ideas To Keep Your Kids Busy Take Deep Breaths Feelings can sometimes be too big to handle for your little rugrat. A moment or two of calm can help your child process feelings more effectively. Deep breaths or slow counting to a magic number can give your child

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Big Emotions In Little Souls: 5 Steps to Deal With Your Child’s Emotions
Breastfeeding In Public: Dos and Don’ts to Keep In Mind September 11, 2018 in Birthing Experience, Mom’s Care, Mom’s Corner, Parenting by admin

Must Read: About psychological benefits of breastfeeding 3. Celebrate the Process Breastfeeding is nothing to be ashamed of; it’s a beautiful bonding process with your baby whose every moment you ought to cherish. Keep your chin up regardless of where you are. 4. Pack Light If you’re used to having an arsenal of nursing

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Breastfeeding In Public: Dos and Don’ts to Keep In Mind

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