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Baby Crying? Baby Not Sleeping?

Monday, March 06, 2017 7910 Views

No one – and I mean no one – likes the sound of a crying baby. In fact, if you’re a new parent, then you know first-hand how absolutely miserable it can be to listen to a baby cry.

Fortunately, if you can pin down the cause of your baby’s crying, then you’re in a better position to actually stop it. And that’s our topic today, parents; keep reading to learn 13 reasons why your b ...

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Incredible benefits simply by eating watermelon matter

Friday, March 03, 2017 4887 Views

Sore throats are a fairly common problem during the winter months. Sore throats are often brought on by sudden changes in weather, mucus drainage, or as a symptom of a common cold. The pain and inflammation that accompany a sore throat can be very irritating, and can even get in the way of your daily routine; especially if your job involves speaking to others or talking on the phone.


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Sleep Better to Prevent Headaches

Thursday, March 02, 2017 3318 Views

Want to nip your headache in the bud? Try one of these stress-busting techniques.

"Poor sleep increases the body's stress response," says Jason D. Rosenberg, MD, director of Johns Hopkins Headache Center. Getting enough shut-eye can keep headaches at bay.

Try for 7 to 8 hours a night and stick to a regular&nbs ...

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14 Foods To Avoid During Breastfeeding

Tuesday, February 28, 2017 6726 Views

We are referring to your eating pattern. Pregnancy is a time when you may eat various foods to satiate your cravings. But once the baby is born, you do not have the liberty to listen to your taste buds. Before you eat anything, you would ask these questions: “Can I eat it?” “Will they have an effect on my baby?”

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How to Use Bitter Melon to Lower Blood Sugar

Monday, February 27, 2017 4087 Views

Bitter melon, also called bitter apple, bitter gourd or bitter cucumber, is a vine-grown vegetable that can range in color from dark green to white and can grow between three to twelve inches tall. Diabetes Health reports that several compounds in bitter melon may have glucose-lowering properties and they include polypeptide P, vicine, and momordin and charantin, which are glycosides. The juice and pulp can be eaten and an ...

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