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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. Getting the right nutrition for a fussy child can be 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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Helpful Apps for Your Pregnancy/Baby/Toddler
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

Your baby’s winsome gaze can be the most rewarding part of early parenthood, almost like a secret communication between just you and her. While it can prove as a memorable bonding experience, this period is also essential to identify vision anomalies, and take necessary action. The good news is, diagnosed

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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

Have a little one big on emotions? If you do, it’s about time you wiped the sweat off your brow and the exhaustion off your face. Settle down, lay back and take a five-minute break as we fill you in on how to save big on tears and tantrums. Here we

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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, 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
Health Benefits Of Breastfeeding #WorldBreastfeedingWeek August 7, 2018 in Effective Parenting, Health, Nutritional Insights, Parenting by Dr Meena Venkatraman

  Breastfeeding holds a lot of advantages for the child; simultaneously it benefits the mother as well. A breastfeeding mother gets shielded by various kinds of health issues occurring in the future, which are more prevalent in the mothers who neglect the process. Lactating mothers tend to have a 28% lower

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Health Benefits Of Breastfeeding #WorldBreastfeedingWeek
Psychological Benefits Of Breastfeeding #WorldBreastfeedingWeek August 5, 2018 in Effective Parenting, Health, Nutritional Insights, Parenting by Dr Mahesh Hiranandani

Breastfeeding is very precious experience which develops a close bond with your newborn. We at Cloudnine know how much you love and care for your child, that is why we urge every mother to start her child from the very first hour after the delivery. Breastfeeding enables the first skin

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Psychological Benefits Of Breastfeeding #WorldBreastfeedingWeek
Importance Of Breastfeeding #WorldBreastfeedingWeek August 1, 2018 in Effective Parenting, Health, Nutritional Insights, Parenting by Dr Deepak Ahuja

Breastfeeding in the first hour provides a strong and healthy foundation for a baby’s mental growth and personality development. Cloudnine encourages every mother to breastfeed their baby in the magical first hour after the birth. It provides high immunity and healthy nutrition to the newborn. The first feeding establishes the

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Importance Of Breastfeeding #WorldBreastfeedingWeek
Introducing the Pop-stars of Cloudnine – Father’s Day 2018 June 18, 2018 in Daddy's Corner, Humans of Cloudnine, Parenting by admin

  This Father’s Day, we thought we’d do something a little different. While we’re normally all about new fatherhood on Cloudnine, this time, we thought we’d shine a light on some familiar faces within the Cloudnine family who effortlessly juggle two hats – one as serious, quick-witted professionals from 9 to

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Introducing the Pop-stars of Cloudnine – Father’s Day 2018
Starting Solids Tweetinar On Cloudnine April 5, 2018 in Effective Parenting, Health, Parenting by admin

On 15th March, 2018, Cloudnine hosted a live Tweetinar on on its Twitter handle @CloudnineCare. It was helmed by Ms. Abhilasha V., Senior Nutritionist at Cloudnine Hospital, Outer Ring Road, Bangalore. The Tweetinar received a spirited response and saw significant outreach. Here are some of its highlights. Specialist Details: Ms.

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Starting Solids Tweetinar On Cloudnine
One Portion of Sunshine, Please – Tackling Vitamin D Deficiency in Children March 21, 2018 in Effective Parenting, Health, Parenting by Dr Indu Khosla

“One large portion of sunshine and a junior portion of sunshine to go with it, please. That’ll be all.” Oh, but if it were only that simple. Sunlight is precious for a number of reasons. It marks the beginning of a new day, warms your toes on winter mornings and carries

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One Portion of Sunshine, Please – Tackling Vitamin D Deficiency in Children
Skin Struggles: A Spotlight on Common Childhood Skin Problems January 10, 2018 in Health, Parenting by Dr Samipa Mukherjee

Discovering a planet-sized patch of protruded skin on your child can be an unnerving experience, especially if you’re a first-time parent. But more often than not, that rash, bump or swelling on your mini’s skin is just a reaction to a sickness or allergy, or perhaps even a change in

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Skin Struggles: A Spotlight on Common Childhood Skin Problems
Winter Woes: Protecting Your Children From Germs This Winter January 6, 2018 in Effective Parenting, Health, Parenting by Dr Deepak Ahuja

There’s something about the winter season that creeps up on you when you least expect it. Like the sudden chill in the air or the festive decorations hanging out of your child’s nose. Winter has a way of getting the best of your little one’s health, but with careful measures,

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Winter Woes: Protecting Your Children From Germs This Winter

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