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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 […]

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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Baby Colic – Treatment Managing & treating colic in babies

Baby Colic – Treatment  Managing & treating colic in babies

Colic gets better on its own after a few months. There are not many treatment options for the problem, but the following tips may help. Comforting your baby There is no ‘best’ way to comfort your baby or reduce the symptoms of colic. Different babies respond to different methods, so you may have to see […]

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10 questions about your newborn baby’s first week

10 questions about your newborn baby’s first week

New parents have plenty of questions about newborn babies. Be prepared by talking to your doctor, midwife or health visitor. Bringing a new baby home is an exciting — and often overwhelming — experience. No matter how prepared you are, you are bound to have many questions about your newborn. It helps if you have […]

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Calming a crying baby

Calming a crying baby

Do you dread that time of day your sweet little angel routinely turns into a screaming little devil? Here’s how to make it through bub’s ‘arsenic hour’ For the first 8 to 12 weeks, most babies experience periods of unsettled behavior every day, almost like clockwork. This time of day has been dubbed ‘arsenic hour’ […]

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Every two minutes, a woman dies giving life to newborn.

Every two minutes, a woman dies giving life to newborn.

It is not only in developing countries, but everywhere; it even includes the United States. In the United States, three of the leading causes of these deaths are: Preeclampsia, Embolism (pulmonary) and Post-partum hemorrhage. What is it?Pregnancy-induced high blood pressure and presence of protein in the urine during pregnancy, childbirth or after delivery Preeclampsia. How […]

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Baby’s First Year: How Infants Develop.

Baby’s First Year: How Infants Develop.

By Gina Shaw WebMD Feature Reviewed by Renee A. Alli, MD From helpless newborn to active toddler: It takes just 12 short months for your baby to undergo this incredible transformation. Babies grow and change at an astounding pace, and every month brings new and exciting developments. New moms and dads often wonder what to […]

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Free Eye-Treatment options for Premature Babies & New Borns

Free Eye-Treatment options for Premature Babies & New Borns

Seriously under-weight and premature Babies, are prone to critical risks of visual impairment or blindness. A timely response from the parents, early screening and simple surgeries can solve most of these problems. Pakistani parents can avail many options for Free of Cost Eye treatment for their new born babies. Among the leading institutions that offer […]

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Shopping for The New Baby

Shopping for The New Baby

Thrill is in the air and the new arrival in the family is eagerly awaited! In all the rush, you know everything should be spick and fine when your baby comes home. An ideal environment, a perfect atmosphere and the availability of all pre-requisites are kept in place. All the things that your baby will […]

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