There are many interesting facts about maternity, mothers, their babies and families. Did you know, for example, how many babies can be born to one mother? Or which really famous people were premature babies? Or who was the youngest mother in the world? You can read all this information and more in this infographic:
Category: Baby Health
In connection with the Olympics taking place in Brazil, the Zika virus was amongst one of the most talked about topics during the year 2016 especially in connection to microcephaly in babies. Let’s take a look at what it really is and what you can do protect yourself and your baby.
With the summer almost transformed into fall, we can safely say that we have all probably gotten our fair share of the sun’s beams. What you may not realize when you’re out and about with your kids are the dangers lurking behind its light and heat.
Do you know how to save your baby’s life? Are you sure what to do first? It’s really important to be sure in what you’re doing in the critical moments when your decision plays a crucial role. If you’re not sure, read the articles from our series Improve Your Skills: First Aid about first aid for babies and children.
Putting your baby to sleep can prove really complicated. Maybe you’ve had those moments when the clocks shows just a few hours after midnight, your baby is crying and doesn’t want to sleep and you’re at a loss of what to try next.
Humans are creatures of habit. Habits and rituals are the things that make our days easier so we can focus on the really important things. Creating a daily routine not only for your child, but also for yourself creates a bond unlike any other.
All children are naturally curious and they are always ready to explore the world. But sometimes, the wander off to places they shouldn’t be and play with fire. Liiterally - burns from candles and hot wax are ranked second amongst the most frequent accidents.
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 age.
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