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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)
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
Breastfeeding is a family affair August 19, 2019 in Baby, Effective Parenting, Feeding, Mom’s Corner by Dr Deanne Misquita

Getting the family on board for the breastfeeding decision is very advantageous for the breastfeeding mom and helps her to breastfeed her baby for a more extended period more likely exclusively. Breastfeeding is no longer considered a mothers domain, close support from her partner, family, healthcare professionals and workplace enable

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Breastfeeding is a family affair
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
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
Kegel Exercises: Benefits And How To Do Them May 17, 2019 in Diet & Fitness, Health & Lifestyle by Dr Meeta Chawhan

Kegel exercises are pelvic floor exercises which help strengthen the muscles that support the uterus, bladder, and bowels, these exercises also help in strengthening vaginal muscles. Exercise tips for pregnant woman is provided further in the article Benefits of Kegel Exercises? During pregnancy these exercises help strengthen the vaginal wall muscles, They

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Kegel Exercises: Benefits And How To Do Them
What Parents Should Know About the NICU March 7, 2019 in Baby, Effective Parenting, Positive Parenting by Dr Nilesh Rao

Dealing with a baby that needs emergency neonatal care can be a stressful experience for you and your family. Fortunately, an advanced neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) can provide your baby with specialised care and give them the best start to life. Babies born before 30 weeks are usually referred

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What Parents Should Know About the NICU
Cosmetology Chronicles: Recovering From Breast Reconstruction Surgery February 11, 2019 in Beauty & Fashion, Health by Dr Samipa Mukherjee

Breast reconstruction surgery is pointed at restoring the original shape and appearance of the breasts and ensuring perfect symmetry and size following a mastectomy, lumpectomy or congenital deformities. If you’ve recently had a mastectomy or lumpectomy, or have congenital breast deformities, you may be wondering about the effects of breast reconstruction

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Cosmetology Chronicles: Recovering From Breast Reconstruction Surgery
Mommy Makeover Surgery: The Secret to Going From Flab to Fab After Childbirth February 10, 2019 in Beauty & Fashion, Health, Mom’s Corner, Your Body by Dr Samipa Mukherjee

Pregnancy can leave you with little unwelcome mementoes that last far beyond the birth of your baby. Flabby arms. Saggy breasts. Thunder thighs. The works. If you’ve been there, felt that it’s time you learned about the Mommy Makeover Surgery, a surgery that promises to have you feeling leaner, stronger and

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Mommy Makeover Surgery: The Secret to Going From Flab to Fab After Childbirth
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?
How Motherhood Changes You For the Better January 26, 2019 in Effective Parenting, Mom’s Corner, Positive Parenting by Dr Seema Sharma

Motherhood is wearing, but worth it. It comes with challenges, but with just as many rewards. If you’re counting down the days to being a first-time momma, it’s natural to wonder how life’s going to change. And boy, will it. Before long, you’ll find yourself in the throes of sweet motherhood;

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How Motherhood Changes You For the Better
Why would a child need to see an endocrinologist? January 23, 2019 in Baby, Health, Health & wellness, Special Child Care, Toddler by Dr. Lakshmy Menon

  Endocrinology is a branch of biology and medicine which deals with the endocrine system in particular. The branch of endocrinology generally deals with hormones, which are secreted by various endocrine glands in the body. Hormones and endocrine system: The human endocrine system consists of several glands, which secrete chemicals known as

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Why would a child need to see an endocrinologist?
Second to None: 7 Differences to Expect Between Your First and Second Pregnancies January 9, 2019 in About Pregnancy, Baby, Baby Basics, Baby Developments, Health, Mom’s Care, Positive Parenting, Pregnancy, Preparing For Pregnancy, Second Pregnancy by Dr Chitralekha N Dambekodi

Nothing can make you ‘feel’ more pregnant than a blooming belly. And because your abdominal and uterine muscles have already expanded with pregnancy before, they’re more flexible than last time, allowing you to show sooner. Must read - What are the Pregnancy Questions to Ask Your Doctor? Your Belly Might Drop

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Second to None: 7 Differences to Expect Between Your First and Second Pregnancies
Baby’s weight gain November 21, 2018 in Baby, Feeding, Health, Health & wellness, Mom’s Corner by Dr Mahesh Hiranandani

Pump for a couple of minutes before nursing as this removes the low-calorie milk and the baby receives high-calorie hind milk.         All babies must be started on oral Iron supplements from 6 months on wards since breast milk & semisolid diet is unable to match up the iron requirements essential

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Baby’s weight gain
Dermabrasion October 24, 2018 in Beauty & Fashion, Health by Dr. Syed Nazim Hussain

It provides a youthful appearance by removing damaged outer layers of skin. It can also help treat: Age Spots Acne Scars Fine wrinkles Precancerous skin patches Scars from surgery or injury Tattoos Uneven skin tone Redness and thick skin on the nose Some skin conditions like inflammatory acne, recurrent herpes flare-ups,

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Dermabrasion

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