March 17, 2020

Breastfed Baby Is Gassy. What to Do?

Is your baby fussy for no obvious reason? Does he pull up his legs and stretch out, arch his back? Then he may be in gas pain. All these symptoms simply point to a gassy tummy. But don’t worry, nearly all children experience some kind of gas pain in...

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how to stop baby hiccups

February 18, 2020

How to Stop and Prevent Baby Hiccups

Same as with adult hiccups, babies get their hiccups suddenly and involuntarily. And same as with adults Newborn hiccups are not usually a cause for concern. Most babies have hiccups in their first year. Many of the likely causes relate to feeding.Baby...

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average normal newborn baby birth weight

January 7, 2020

Newborn Baby Birth Weight: What Is Normal, Average and Low?

Did you ever wonder what is the normal weight of a newborn baby? You may be concerned about your own baby’s health or you just may be curious. Either way keep on reading to find out what still counts as “normal” weight, what is the averga...

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Baby Milestones

July 30, 2019

BABY MILESTONES: When Do Babies Crawl and Roll Over?

 When do babies crawl? When do babies roll over? When do babies start smiling? When do babies hold head up? When do babies coo? As a new mother, you are probably having many questions about your little one’s development. You want to know when is...

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Hepatitis A: The Dirty Hands Disease

December 13, 2016

Hepatitis A: The ‘Dirty Hands Disease’

Hepatitis is a viral disease which has several types. We distinguish between hepatitis A, B, C, E and G. Every form these kinds of hepatitis is caused by different type of virus. In the article below let’s look at the first type of this insidious illness,...

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October 8, 2016

Toddler teething relief: how to make the pain go away

Teething is a time of distress for babies as well as parents. To know that your baby is in pain and there is nothing much you can do to stop it is not a pleasant feeling. Babies first start teething between 4 and 7 months of...

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