Bronchiolitis: Everything you need to know

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What is Bronchiolitis? Bronchiolitis is a common viral infection caused by the inflammation of the bronchioles. It affects about a third of babies in their first year. Babies are most likely to get bronchiolitis during the winter months, between November and March. Around three per cent of infants who are under 12 months and have…

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What An Irregular Period Really Means

Having a regulated period is something most women take for granted. While no woman really enjoys having her period, knowing it’s coming on the same day every month is a small comfort. Irregular periods are more common than most women think and a reluctance to talk about the topic has hidden this fact. If you…

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Is it safe to exercise during pregnancy?

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The notion of exercising while pregnant has at times been stained with a bad reputation. It’s one of those controversial topics where everyone, pregnant or not, has an opinion. Some feel that exercise can put your body under unnecessary stress while carrying a child. Others support the opinion that exercise only further improves the health of an…

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10 things to help your baby sleep

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One of the most import lessons you’ll learn as a parent is every baby is different. While your first child always slumbered like sleeping beauty, the next can be a dedicated night owl. If you’ve exhausted all of your ideas (or you’re just plain exhausted), try these 10 things to help your baby sleep. Set a…

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How to Fight Car Sickness

Whether you’re going on a four-hour car ride or simply down the street for milk, motion sickness can strike your child at any time. Here are some easy ways to treat motion sickness even before it starts. 1. Feed your child before you leave Making sure they have food in their stomachs will calm any…

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