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July 26, 2016 at 9:10 am by 9:10 am by Abhilasha Dey  0

The sun is shining high and you are sweating bucketfuls , Yep! It is summertime! With demands for ice lollies and ice-creams, the kids seem supercharged and are on the go…running about on the beach, swimming in the pool…it’s time for all that and much more. But, with all the fun, summer brings the risks

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July 20, 2016 at 8:14 pm by 8:14 pm by Abhilasha Dey  0

The first ten years of a child’s life are very important in more than one way. When it comes to building up an active vocabulary too, these years are vital because the growing brain is at its receptive best to capture information and store it for future use. Furthermore, research has indicated that people having

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July 17, 2016 at 7:56 pm by 7:56 pm by Divyangna Singh  0

As a parent, especially being a new parent is an exciting emotion and brings with its many responsibilities. Whether you desire to be a lenient or a strict parent; a giver or a scolder a disciplined or a loose parent and much more. However, being too permissive or overbearing can have an incredibly detrimental effect on

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July 13, 2016 at 8:30 pm by 8:30 pm by Divyangna Singh  0

The toddler is a child aged between 1 to 3 years which is the crucial time for him to develop emotionally, cognitively, and socially. Therefore, keeping your kid engaged in any sort of activity will one way or another help him grow and learn to occupy himself with creative activities and enhance his memory as

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July 8, 2016 at 9:30 pm by 9:30 pm by Dr. Erica Anand  1

School is out and kids (and parents) need a fun break! It can be difficult for children to remember to continue brushing during summer break, but by making oral hygiene an important habit, you can avoid any dental surprises! 1. Give your child healthy snack options! Summer is the time for barbeques, beaching, and relaxation. This

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June 26, 2016 at 8:20 pm by 8:20 pm by Abhilasha Dey  0

“Miscarriage” whenever you get to hear the word it brings countless thoughts, opinion and emotions all at a time, but it is not very often when you talk about it openly. Basically, there is a certain stigma attached to the word miscarriage, as if the couples who went through the experience are responsible for it.

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June 26, 2016 at 5:05 pm by 5:05 pm by Divyangna Singh  0

In John Wooden’s (Legendary UCLA Basketball Coach) words, “Sports do not build character. They reveal it.” In the modern cyber age, more and more children are staying indoors glued to the computer. This can be very unhealthy as they do not get any exercise for all their pent up energy. Encouraging your child to play

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June 21, 2016 at 9:46 pm by 9:46 pm by Divyangna Singh  0

Owing to the current dynamics of changing social and personal relations, a rise in the number of parents opting for an only child is prevalent. With both working parents, it is difficult to manage the cost of childcare which often becomes an issue later in life. The percentage of divorce rate hovering at 50% leaves

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June 18, 2016 at 11:15 pm by 11:15 pm by Divyangna Singh  0

Right from the conception of the baby until its breastfeeding stage, the baby is totally dependent on the mother’s nutritional status. A pregnant woman gains about 10 kgs during pregnancy. This extra energy is required for the breastfeeding that comes from fat stored in the body during pregnancy. An extra of 350 calories is required

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June 16, 2016 at 8:20 pm by 8:20 pm by Divyangna Singh  0

Parenting is an art and you need to carry it out delicately and consciously. You might not know when you are holding back from your kids and when you are overdoing it. You need to guide your children balancing both the above-mentioned aspects. Afraid as a parent, of spoiling your kids? Unfortunately, it’s your child

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