Tips for Coping with a New Baby During COVID-19

May 2020 All babies cry. Most babies cry a lot from two weeks to two months of age. Some cry more than others, and some cry longer than others. For many new parents, crying is one of the most stressful parts of coping with a newborn. In some cases, extreme stress and a temporary lapse …

Quarantine Curation: 10 morning drinks for good skin, great hair and weight loss

April 2020 If not anything else, adhering to a strict fitness routine has been on almost everybody’s mind during the 21 day-nationwide lockdown, imposed to contain the novel coronavirus pandemic. And 21 days is what it takes to form a habit. So, why not do what you have forever complained of not doing for the …

15 Foods That Boost the Immune System

April 2020 Immune system boosters Feeding your body certain foods may help keep your immune system strong. If you’re looking for ways to prevent winter colds and the flu, your first step should be a visit to your local grocery store. Plan your meals to include these 15 powerful immune system boosters. 1. Citrus fruits …

Having Trouble Falling Asleep? Avoid These Foods Before Going To Bed

April 2020 We’re all aware of the fact that we are supposed to take 7-8 hours of sleep every night. And yet, many of us spend our night binge-watching or tossing and turning in bed. When you wake up the next morning, you feel tired and fatigued as you drag yourself out of bed to …

Q&A on COVID-19, pregnancy, childbirth and breastfeeding

Are pregnant women at higher risk from COVID-19? Research is currently underway to understand the impacts of COVID 19 infection on pregnant women. Data are limited, but at present there is no evidence that they are at higher risk of severe illness than the general population. However, due to changes in their bodies and immune …

6 exercises which you can easily do at home

March 2020 With home-quarantine becoming essential to save yourself from getting infected with the COVID-19, it is important to keep yourselves fit at the same. You can neither go out for a run, nor go to the gym but one thing you can do for sure is workout at home. Credits : freepik.com At-home exercises are …

12 Potential Signs You May Have a Fertility Problem

February, 2020 There are possible early warning signs of infertility. There are also risk factors, things that make it more likely you may have difficulty getting pregnant. While many couples will have no signs or symptoms, if you do have any, you should talk to your doctor sooner than later. Credits : freepik.com Infertility is defined …

How to Understand Your Body During Menopause

How to Understand Your Body During Menopause Women looking confused about the changes happening to their bodies Menopause is a natural stage of a woman’s life, but from weight gain to hot flashes, it’s not always an easy adjustment. Gretchen Hong, ANP-BC, UnityPoint Health, explains menopause weight gain, why the weight might seem to sit …

The Benefits of Breastfeeding

Breastfeeding Benefits for Baby Breast milk is nature’s perfect baby food. It contains immunity-boosting antibodies and healthy enzymes that scientists have yet to replicate. Here are some advantages of breast milk for babies: Protects against allergies and eczema. If there’s a history of either in your family, it may be especially beneficial for you to breastfeed. …

10 Tips for Getting Pregnant Faster

February, 2020 Whether you’re just starting to think about trying to conceive or you’ve been working on making a baby for a while, these tips just might help you get pregnant faster. Credits : freepik.com If you’ve got a bad case of baby fever, chances are you’ll try just about anything that could help you fast-track …

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