What is the right nutrition for the baby?

Ever since your baby’s birth a few months ago, one worry bothers you more than any other. What is the right nutrition for the baby? Am I feeding her right? What happens when she grows up a little more? What are the foods I have to feed her then? While every child has his or… [ Continue Reading ]

Does Late Weaning Develops Fussy Eaters?

Lolita’s son is three years old. He is very fussy about his food and spits it out if he is forced to eat. Lolita introduced her son to chewy food only when he was 15 months old, much after he cut his first teeth. She often wonders if there is a connection between delayed weaning… [ Continue Reading ]

Insure Your Child’s Smile: Managing children’s dental health

When your child eats, food passes through the mouth and it meets the germs or bacteria that live in the mouth. These bacteria have sugars and starches found in many foods. If you do not clean your child’s teeth after eating, plaque bacteria use the sugars and starches to produce acid that destroys the hard… [ Continue Reading ]

Teething Trouble

Common signs of teething are drooling, gnawing, biting, and general fussiness and irritability. Your child may feel slightly feverish at times, but no further serious illness should be attributed to teething. He needs more cuddling because of his discomfort, he may wake up more often at night and may want to sleep next to you…. [ Continue Reading ]

Why is Your Child Thin?

When it comes to food Shefali just can’t seem to be able to convince her seven year old daughter to eat regular meals. It seems to Shefali that she’d been trying literally to force-feed Tanya, from the day the child was born. But to no avail. Tanya eats only what she absolutely feels like eating…. [ Continue Reading ]

Don’t Worry Be Happy

The old wives tale about cheerful women delivering healthy babies seems to be true. The American Psychological Association has announced research showing that optimism can reduce the chance of delivering low birth weight or pre-term babies for medically high-risk pregnant women. Psychologist Marci Lobel and her colleagues examined 129 pregnant women between 20 and 43… [ Continue Reading ]

Importance Of Antenatal Care

Antenatal care (also known as┬áPrenatal care) refers to the regular medical and nursing care recommended for women during pregnancy. The importance of antenatal care is often overdone in most households as the would-be mother is flooded with advice about what is right and what is wrong for her. When should you start? Make your first… [ Continue Reading ]

What goes into the making of your favourite food?

Food, wonderful food, yes food may be the fuel that keeps the body’s engine going. But people don’t have it only in order to live. The smell, taste, texture and look of food all appeal to the senses first. Think about a visit to the movies without some munchies to serve as the perfect accompaniment…. [ Continue Reading ]