Causes and Treatment of Colic Pain

Rumors mar the MR campaign...aren't we lacking in understanding by atleast a hundred years...

Rumours shared on Whatsapp and Facebook urging parents not to get their children vaccinated against measles and rubella (German Measles) is threatening India’s campaign to eliminate the disease that kill 46,000 children, mostly under-five, each year.

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Causes and Treatment of Colic Pain

How to make cerelac at home

Home made cerelac traditionally called as sathu maavu is one of the most nutritious and healthy weight gaining foods for your child. While the recipe given below gives you suitable quantities of all the ingredients, you can customize the recipe by changing these amounts depending on your baby's need and her body requirement...

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Causes and Treatment of Colic Pain

Colic Pain in Babies : what every parents should know

A baby is a bundle of joy and a big responsibility too. As a mother, it can sometimes get overwhelming to take complete care of the baby. You are responsible for the baby’s care, nourishment, and life. It is difficult to understand the needs of newborns as they cannot express through speech. It is important for a mother to learn to read the body language and cries of the baby to try and relieve discomfort...

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Causes and Treatment of Colic Pain

Breast Milk and Formula milk : What's the difference

Sometimes, it can be confusing for you to decide whether to feed breastmilk or formula milk to your little one. Without knowing the difference between the two and their individual effects on your baby's body, you may end up compromising on your little one's health...

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Causes and Treatment of Colic Pain

Causes and Treatment of Colic Pain

When you have a newborn bundle of joy, no parent would be ready for constant crying bouts from the infant. However, for various reasons, even healthy, well-fed infants can be colicky...

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Myth about breastfeeding

New moms often have many questions about breastfeeding, and they can be easily answered by pediatricians! Learn more about breastfeeding and common myths & facts on Healthy Children.

While it’s true that breastfeeding prevents ovulation in some women, it is not a reliable form of birth control. Talk to your doctor about an acceptable form of contraception. Avoid estrogen-containing birth control pills...

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