Child Care

Chikungunya in child? Things to do…

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  Dr. Abu Sayeed Shimul We know many things about Chikungunya. Children like adults, but this disease can be. So it is necessary to know about this disease. It can be a very young child and even children under 2 years old. On the other hand, if the mother is not susceptible to the infection of the child after the ...

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Protect your child from summer heat

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  Acute inflammation can lead to various types of illnesses. These illnesses include fever, diarrhea, depression, bloating of summer belly or skin, nose bleeding, scalp and histroscopes. Many people have been attacked by severe heat in fever. Diarrhea is also associated with fever. The level of fever is slightly more. The body temperature rose to 103-104 degrees Fahrenheit. However, paracetamolake ...

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How to teach discipline to your child

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  The role of teaching discipline to build a child properly is important. And the duty to teach this discipline comes first, after the parents after the parents. Regarding the rules of the child, you need to know the rules. ► Roll yourself to the child. Follow oral rules as well as follow the rules. Much more effective. If you ...

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Perfect food for proper child development


  From the first day of birth to six months of age, the baby must be breastfed. Breast milk is enough for the physical and mental development and development of the baby. Apart from breast milk, after six months, the child needs to start extra food. There are several rules required to prepare these foods. In addition to excess food, ...

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4 important nutrients during pregnancy


  There’s no magic formula for a healthy pregnancy diet. In fact, during pregnancy the basic principles of healthy eating remain the same — get plenty of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lean protein and healthy fats. However, a few nutrients in a pregnancy diet deserve special attention. Here’s what tops the list. Folate and folic acid — Prevent birth defects ...

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Steps to a healthy pregnancy

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  Pregnancy is an ideal time to start taking really good care of yourself both physically and emotionally. If you follow the few simple guidelines below, you should give yourself the best chance of having a problem-free pregnancy and a healthy baby. 1. See your doctor or midwife as soon as possible As soon as you find out you’re pregnant, ...

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Is it possible for normal delivery after cesarean?

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  As long as you’re an appropriate candidate for a vaginal birth after a cesarean, also known as a VBAC, there’s a good chance you’ll succeed. Of course, your chances of success are higher if the reason for your previous c-section isn’t likely to be an issue this time around. For example, a woman who has already had an easy ...

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What Islam Says About Abortion

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  Muslims regard abortion as wrong and haram (forbidden), but many accept that it may be permitted in certain cases. All schools of Muslim law accept that abortion is permitted if continuing the pregnancy would put the mother’s life in real danger. This is the only reason accepted for abortion after 120 days of the pregnancy. Different schools of Muslim ...

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How to Increase Lactation in New Mother

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  A galactagogue–your SAT word of the day–is a food, herb, or supplement that aids breast milk supply or ejection. Read our gallery to learn about what you should be eating to help boost your breast milk production. This is not meant to substitute medical advice–if you have any concerns, contact your physician or a lactation consultant immediately. 1) Water ...

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Top Healthy Foods To Gain Weight For Kids

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  Is your child too thin or malnourished? You would like your little baby to have that cute, chubby appearance that everyone loves, but strangely, despite feeding him properly, he doesn’t seem to be gaining weight. Want to know what are the healthy foods to help baby gain weight? Don’t worry, we’ve brought you the top 10 weight gaining foods ...

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Some interesting facts of pregnancy

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  Pregnancy is not a very easy matter. One mother’s journey to bring the world to a child. Starting from conception until birth, a woman’s body several changes. Some changes are very interesting and strange. Some interesting facts on pregnancy boldsky. 1. Iutrasera the size of the original size during pregnancy is more than 500 times. 2. When you eat ...

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Worried about your kid’s exam results? Here’s what to do


  It is heart-wrenching to see your child fret about exam results especially if all your conversations before the results were about best colleges, grand holiday plans or cool gifts depending on the grades. It is bad enough as a parent, but your child might find it tougher to come to terms with failure or poor grades. All this can ...

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Parenting Mistakes to Avoid with Toddlers


  Parenting a toddler often feels like navigating a minefield. At this critical age when children are learning so fast and changing every day, how can we help them learn to eat well, sleep well, and play well? Here are a few of the most common parenting mistakes to avoid: Being inconsistent Toddlers like routines. They thrive when they know ...

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Is Only One Child Good Or Bad For You


  My husband and I decided to be a one-child family long before our son Oliver was born. With several years of reproductive-health scares behind me, conceiving a child felt like a Powerball win; I didn’t need another chance at the jackpot. Scott thought we could avoid the inevitable slings and arrows of sibling warfare. We both hail from large ...

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This ONE Habit Creates Better Behaved Children


  Raising children in today’s hectic society comes with a lot more challenges than it did just 20 or 30 years ago; we now have more demanding jobs, constant distractions with our phones and other technology, and just busier lives in general. Somewhere in the mix, parents have to rear their children, and disciplining them is a huge part of ...

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