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Baby bowel movements

Meconium For the first day or so after the birth, the baby’s movements are composed of material called meconium, which is greenish-black in color and of a smooth, sticky consistency. Then they change to brown and yellow. If a baby bowel movements hasn’t started by the end of the second …

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Pregnancy Exercise is a Must

 It is very important for a woman to exercise at any stage of life. It becomes even more essential if you are pregnant as exercising promotes muscle tone, strength and endurance. Regular exercising enables you to bear the weight you gain during the pregnancy and also prepares your body to …

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Baby essentials list

The first few weeks of the little one are so crucial and the parents get confused as to what to buy and what not to buy. We have consulted few experts and also checked with the parents and found out that they have different ideas of what’s baby essentials list. …

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What is Allergic Rhinitis & How is it caused?

Allergic rhinitis is one such condition created by the harmful effect of altered immunity. The word allergy means as altered reactivity of the body immune system to certain environment substances, namely-allergens. However the same protective mechanisms may at times become harmful when the body tries eliminate allergens from the system. …

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Newborn questions

Newborn questions – Parenting Baby is not just letting him grow as it is. There is more to it. Since the start of this site, many parents have written to me about specific newborn questions. This is an unsettling time for all families, especially after the birth of a first newborn. …

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Communicating with your Baby

 Reading your baby’s cues: Babies can express their feelings and needs in many ways. Learning to read your baby is very important, especially for parents who want to respond to their baby’s needs appropriately. Crying is a major source of communication that the newborn baby has. So in one way, …

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