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4 Reasons You Should Look Forward to Well-Baby Visits

New parents surely want to know how well their baby is developing and whether or not they are receiving the kind of care they need for their age—thus, they are taking care of the infant enough. Parenthood is a huge milestone in life and the neophytes want to do it well and right. Apparently, you … Continue reading



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Let Us Talk About Umbilical Cords

Umbilical cords serve as the connection of the baby to his or her mother. It is where all the needed nutrients are sent from the mother to the fetus until it develops fully. After birth, the umbilical cord is cut off signifying that it is the start of the baby’s journey outside of the comfort … Continue reading



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Parents’ Guide: 6 Baby Steps to Take to Overcome Childhood Obesity

When children are plump, they are considered as “chubby”. However, the charm of having a rounded face and bouncy tummy should no longer be tolerated if your child is medically considered as “obese”. As parents, we should take immediate action upon this pressing matter. We do not want our kids to be skinny – what … Continue reading



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8 Types of Eczema (Part 2)

The list below are more types of Eczema that you must be aware of: Hand Eczema Often, Hand Eczema affects people who work with their hands and come into regular contact with chemicals or irritants. Symptoms of Hand Eczema include: Redness and itching of hands and palms Dry, cracking, painful blisters Neurodermatitis/Lichen Simplex Chronicus Lichen … Continue reading



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8 Types of Eczema (Part 1)

Have you been seeing small red patches on your skin lately? Does it feel itchy and have blisters? You might not be aware of it, but you could have eczema. Also known as dermatitis, eczema is defined as a group of diseases that affect the skin through inflammation. It is not contagious and you cannot … Continue reading



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