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Baby First Day at Montessori or School

Baby First Day at Montessori or School

First day of school is excited moments for child & parent. The first day at school is definitely a very exciting moment for both, parents and the child itself. It is natural and normal phenomena child is highly motivated, excited as well as worried. Baby will be away from home for just a few hours, […]

Colic in newborn, Infant and Baby

Colic in newborn, Infant and Baby

What are causes of Colic and its treatment? Colic is defined as well as identified by excessive crying or baby is fussier. As general rule of thumb and very commonly persist, baby goes through a Colic period when they abnormally cry or become fussy and it looks something is irritating baby. It is comparative and […]

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Baby Crying, how to make her comfortable

Baby Crying, how to make her comfortable

Young baby crying is powerful tool of communication It is normally common baby cries and in this way baby is communicating something is worrying her and she needs help. As parent you are awake in the midnight because your baby is crying and you fail understand the cause. At this time your objective is to […]

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Baby: age & development from 0-1 month

Baby: age & development from 0-1 month

It is term as newborn development. During this term 0-1 month parents and especially the mother are very excited and curios. Also take into account the grandmother in Indo-Pak. Babies are born with different weight, shape and size. Whatever is the case but few of the things are common. Below are few common things your […]

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How to keep your toddler healthy this winter

How to keep your toddler healthy this winter

How can I keep my toddler from getting sick this winter? Good question, since as sure as the mercury drops, cold and flu viruses make the rounds through homes and daycare facilities each year. If only there were a way to guarantee that your toddler won’t get sick. Is there? “Not really,” says Paul Offit, chief of infectious diseases […]

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World Hepatitis Day 2015 to focus on Prevention

World Hepatitis Day 2015 to focus on Prevention

WHO and World Hepatitis Alliance have announced that the campaign theme for World Hepatitis Day 2015 will be “the prevention of viral hepatitis”. With 400 million people living with hepatitis B and C worldwide, 1.4 million die due to these infections every year and many more become newly infected. Transmission of this virus can be […]

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Child’s walking timeline 2 months to 5 years

Child’s walking timeline 2 months to 5 years

  Here are the steps your child will take on the path to becoming an adept walker. Learning to walk involves much more than footwork!We’ve also given typical ages, but keep in mind that this is just a rough guideline. Some kids walk as early as 8 months, others as late as 17 months. There’s […]

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2014 was officially Earth’s hottest year on record

2014 was officially Earth’s hottest year on record

South Asia in general experienced warmer than average temperatures in 2014. (AP) “The variety of indicators shows us how our climate is changing, not just in temperature but from the depths of the oceans to the outer atmosphere.” The unusually warm weather that you felt last year was experienced across most parts of the world, […]

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Many babies starting solid foods too early, CDC study says

Many babies starting solid foods too early, CDC study says

Many young children may be switching to solid foods months too early, according to federal researchers. A new study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) finds more than 40 percent of parents introduced solid foods to their infants before they were 4 months old. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends children start […]

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More rain forecast in Pakistan

More rain forecast in Pakistan

LAHORE: Rain over upper parts of the country and catchments of eastern rivers swelled them to some extent on Tuesday and the Met Office forecast more monsoon activity in the country in the next 48 hours. It remained cloudy to partly cloudy in Lahore, where heavy rain had inundated low-lying areas on Monday night. The […]

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