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Pregnancy and Parenting

Baby Teething Problems

Baby Teething Problems

Taking care of your baby means taking care of your baby's teeth and you can also face some teething problems. You may already know that an average age for the first signs of teething is six months, but this is a variable fac...

Sick Baby - When to Seek Medical Attention

Sick Baby - When to Seek Medical Attention

Many parents worry about their newborn's health, especially when their baby's not young enough to tell where it hurts. So the line between just being a great parent, very careful and protective, and being paranoid, is a very thin. So, when to call the doctor? Here are some symptoms you need to consider and that might help you:Fever- one of the most common things that worry a whole family; mild fevers are common and usually harmless, but keep an eye on the thermometer. If your baby is younger than age 3 months, contact the doctor for ... Read More

How to Get Your Abs Back After Pregnancy

How to Get Your Abs Back After Pregnancy

During your pregnancy, the abdominal muscles go through a unique lengthening process. Your body stretches as the fetus grows, and this causes the body to add functional units to the abdominal muscles, called sacromeres. After childbirth, the muscles should return to their normal length, but it's recommended you do some exercises if you want your abs back. First of all, you need to focus on your transverse abdominal muscles, as they are connected to your back muscles as well as your rectus abdominals (our vertical abdominal muscles a... Read More

What is In Vitro Fertilization

What is In Vitro Fertilization

In 1978, two doctors in England managed to successfully get a woman pregnant using what we call today the in vitro fertilization procedure. Since the success of these two doctors, Dr. Edwards and Dr. Steptoe, technology has been greatly improved and developed and used worldwide. For the couples having a bad time conceiving naturally, in vitro fertilization may be the solution. In fact, for the infertile couples, IVF (in vitro fertilization) is by far the most used technique to get pregnant. Due to recent progresses in medicine, sur... Read More

Famous Celebrity Babies

Famous Celebrity Babies

Everybody knows them. Everybody talks about them. Some of us may even want to be in their places. It's the famous babies all around the world we're talking about, famous mostly because their families or their parents are famous. On the cover magazines, on the TV, in interviews, famous babies are everywhere, creating new trends, new stories, inheriting fortunes, developing a new career, far from their parent's one. Who are these babies?Nicole Kidman had her first child at 41. Sunday Rose was born after her mother had an ectopic pregna... Read More

Baby Shower Games

Baby Shower Games

A great baby shower is harder to organize than you could ever imagine if you didn't thought about everything in time. Shopping, gifts, food, drinks, the right guests, the proper etiquette, all these count! Baby shower games can be a very memorable moment in your family's life, so here are a few examples:Guess Mom's Tummy Size You'll need string or yarn and scissors. Have each woman pull the yarn to the size they believe would fit perfectly around the Mother-To-Be's center belly. After everyone cuts their string, compare the results ... Read More

Genetic Disorders and Birth Defects

Genetic Disorders and Birth Defects

According to a new report of March of Dimes every year, about 8 million babies all over the world are born with gene-related birth defects, an amount of 6% of all global births in a given year. Genetic disorders or diseases are all congenital, though they may not be expressed or recognized until later in life. It is said that there are more than 7000 genetic or partially genetic birth defects.The reports are horrifying; more than 3 million children die of genetic birth defects by age 5, and almost as many may be permanently affected... Read More

First Days After Giving Birth

First Days After Giving Birth

The nine-month period must have been a difficult, overwhelming and strange time for you. New emotions and thoughts, body changes - there's a whole range of new things you have experienced. Well, the first days after giving birth can be also overwhelming.There's a lot to deal with - your body needs recovery after birthing, your mind is full of anxiety these days, and you have a little person, someone new in your life that depends entirely of you. So what to do in these first days after coming home from the hospital? First of all, co... Read More

Nutrition After Giving Birth

Nutrition After Giving Birth

If you're breastfeeding your baby, the way you eat and especially what you eat is more important than ever. Just think that all you eat becomes your baby's food, all the vitamins, all the strength and energy that you produce goes also to your child.So let's talk about diet after giving birth. In order to produce quality milk, your body uses about 100 to 150 additional calories per day; so, while breastfeeding a woman needs an additional 500 calories per day.For example, if before giving birth, you needed 2000 calories to maintain you... Read More

Traveling While Pregnant

Traveling While Pregnant

When you're pregnant, you need to take extra precautions, being safe and secure is very important for you and your baby.If you're traveling by car, there are some things you should know about - like seat belts. Seat belts save lives and there is no evidence that they threaten the baby; in fact they protect the baby by protecting the mother. You should try though a different position for the seat belt, now that you're pregnant. The shoulder strap should sit between your breasts and the lap belt should rest below the bump not over it.... Read More

Should Your Baby Boy Be Circumcised

Should Your Baby Boy Be Circumcised

Circumcision is a very old procedure, dating back to Egyptian times. At its origins, circumcision was a very important part of religious rituals for Jewish and Muslim families. In other parts of the world, circumcision began to appear in the 19th century, and at the beginning of the 20th. In that time, 25% of men were circumcised and later on, during the war, it was a very popular procedure, as the soldiers had little access to water and maintaining adequate personal hygiene was difficult.In the present tense, circumcision is practic... Read More