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The first year is always critical for the new baby. What will she eat, what will she wear, how to keep her safe, vaccinations… these are common questions all first-time parents ask. Food is, of course, very important because it is directly related to the development and the child’s growth. Babies breastfeeding will take between 8 and 12 feedings in a day. Those on formula foods will need between 6 and 10 feeds a day. Usually, solid foods will be introduced when the baby is around 6 months. Always remember, nutrition is key in the 1st year. Make sure to start a healthy eating habit quickly for your infant. But the feeding must always depend on the readiness of a child because every baby is different. How Often an Infant Must Feed They are still very small, but they can know when feeling full or hungry. Feed her whenever she feels hungry. Each breastfeeding session is usually between 10-15 minutes. Formula and breastfeedings can be done deep into the night as well if the infant wakes up and cries because she is feeling hungry. Some parents add rice cereals to the bottle to make the baby....
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A mother has the hardest job in the world: to take care of a new life inside her till it arrives into this wonderful world and beyond. It means that in order to do your job well, you have to take care of yourself first! As a pregnant woman, you have been advised to eat healthy and keep your skin moisturised. It is all for the well-being of the mother and child. But here is a different side to the story that may not be pleasant news for you. Did you know that an alarming amount of chemicals are found in the umbilical cord that links the mother to her child? Research shows that over 200 chemicals may be found in the umbilical cord that is passed down from the mother to the child! Whoa, that’s a lot of harmful substance for a newborn. But where did it come from when you have been extra careful about your diet? The hidden chemicals moms and moms-to-be should be aware of As an expectant mother, what you consume and what you apply on your skin will have an impact on the well-being of your little one who is now growing inside your womb. Have you....
Children love Disney characters. Not only the children but people of all ages still get mesmerized by the entertaining acts portrayed by these characters on the screen. What makes Disney characters more special is the message it gives to the audience through their actions. The movies of Disney can be a great learning curve for the kids as well. Disney movies and their characters have the capability of influencing a child’s personality while the child is growing up. Therefore, even though parents may not allow their child to watch television or movies that much, but when it comes to Disney, everything is permitted. Also, parents are very much inclined to take their child to the famous Disney World, which is one of the best amusement parks throughout the world. Let’s see what makes Disney characters so much captivating for the children.
What Children Learn From Disney Characters
Disney characters had fascinated children of all ages since its beginning in 1923. Children and adults have learned plenty of lessons while getting baffled by the acts performed on the screen by various Disney characters. It is really important to understand some of....
Whichever culture you belong to, death is a touchy and tricky subject to introduce to your child. Many believe that the topic is a taboo and talking about it will bring ill-luck to the family; hence, they avoid it completely. This might not, however, be a wise decision as you cannot keep your child unaware of death for long. So the sooner you answer your child’s curious questions, the more secure he will feel.
What Should You Expect When You Talk About Death With Your Child?
Believe it or not, your child is already aware of death and dying – from the stories we tell, from the TV shows they watch, from the nature where they spot dead insects and animals. Sometimes, they might have already seen a family member or pet die. Even if you think that they are too small to comprehend death (and they are!), they have been exposed to it from early on. That said, there are tons they do not know about death. And unfortunately for us, these are tough questions for us to answer as well. For instance, they do not know:
What causes death?
Where do dead people/animals go?
Why does everyone have to die?
Why is death....
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COVID-19 outbreak is now a global concern. As we all know, it started from a seafood and meat market in Wuhan, China, in December. Even though China quarantined Wuhan and other affected cities, COVID spread to more than 70 locations all over the world, taking the life of 145,521 people so far. COVID 19 is a new strain of Coronavirus not previously seen in humans. Therefore, the way of attacking novel Coronavirus is found to vary from person to person. While many COVID patients exhibit mild to severe symptoms, many are found to develop severe symptoms. Some patients are not developing any symptoms at all, making it more dangerous. What Are The Symptoms Of COVID 19? Once one gets exposed to the virus, it will take 2-14 days for the symptoms to develop. These symptoms, usually, will be mild and tends to intensify in due course. The most common symptoms of COVID-19 are: High fever and chills Cough (usually dry). coughing a lot for more than an hour, or having three or more coughing episodes in 24 hours should not be neglected Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing Tiredness (from time to....
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As much as it affects everyday activities in adults, breathing problems are equally traumatizing for children too. Unlike adults, children develop a sense of fear of suffocation when they suffer from breathing problems. Hence parents have to be extremely cautious with the child’s lifestyle and eating habits when they suffer from such conditions. Breathlessness and other breathing problems have varying stages and phases and are caused due to various reasons for each individual. Most of the time it is just because of anxiety and stress and in some cases, it could be due to some serious problems which will need medical intervention immediately. Here, we have listed out some of the causes of breathing problems in children, signs, and symptoms to look out for and treatments that can be given for the condition.
Causes Of Breathing Problems In Children
There can be various reasons and causes for breathing problems in children which can be classified into temporary and long-term problems. Some of the long-term causes of breathing problems are;
Regular exposure to smoke from cigarettes (passive smoking)
Improper eating habits....