Saturday, January 20, 2018

Colic Baby Pains and Trauma – Newborn Colic Cure

July 2, 2011 by  
Filed under Child Health, Featured

Baby colic is often known as infant colic because it normally appears at the age of three months. Sometimes it may appear even in the first month and can last for twelve months or more if not treated properly. Generally most of the babies suffering from it cry for long hours. Generally the cry increases […]

How Safe are Organic Hair Products for Baby?

November 2, 2010 by  
Filed under Child Health

Organic hair products for baby are becoming extremely popular these days, with more and more parents realizing the ill effects of chemical products on the baby’s tender scalp. While it is undoubtedly true that nothing can be safer than an all natural baby hair care product, it does not necessarily imply that you can make […]

Sure Shot Methods of Tackling Stomach Flu in Baby

February 23, 2010 by  
Filed under Child Health

Stomach flu in baby is one of the most common ailments in childhood.. In USA it ranks second coming after the common cold. The name is disturbing but the symptoms are similar to an intensified stomach upset. It can be easily remedied by taking the right type of preventive steps and following remedial measures in […]

Useful Baby Food Feeding Guide For a Healthy Baby

February 16, 2010 by  
Filed under Child Development, Child Health

You must follow a useful baby food feeding guide to keep your child strong and healthy. The diet chart of a baby depends entirely on his age and the type of digestive capacity he has. Usually it is only milk that the baby takes since birth up to the age of four months. The recent […]

Signs of Teething Diarrhea in Young Infants

January 22, 2010 by  
Filed under Child Development, Child Health

As the child grows up the parents are faced with several problems. Every developmental change is characterized by a new problem. With the onset of the teething period, the child suffers from diarrhea. Both the mother and baby suffer from the troublesome teething diarrhea. Doctors feel that actually the two are not connected. During the […]

Comfortable Potty Training Seats for Babies Easy Toilet Training

January 21, 2010 by  
Filed under Child Development, Child Health

A useful potty training seat is essential to give your baby good potty training. It is important that you train your child at an early age, so that the baby becomes self dependent and you are relieved of one tedious duty. Potty training gives the baby a sense of timing, location and duty. It also […]

Facts About Physical Child Abuse and How to Prevent it

December 16, 2009 by  
Filed under Child Health, Child Safety

Physical child abuse is rampant these days. The torment that the child goes through is not unknown to us. Child abuse has various categories. It can be corporal punishment leading to damage, neglect, emotional torture or abuse sexually. The child may be physically tortured by parents, his companions at school, or others in society. We […]

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