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Babies at Risk of Diarrhea? What should mother do?

Wednesday, August 23, 2017 3317 Views

You can find a lot of different textures, colors, and odors in a baby’s poopy diaper based on what he’s eating (breast milk, formula, or solid foods). The poop is normally much softer than an adult's, and it’s not uncommon for it to be even softer than usual sometimes. But if it suddenly gets much looser or more watery, and happens more often and in large amounts, it may be ...

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benefits of broccoli to reduce diabetes

Wednesday, August 02, 2017 3245 Views

People with diabetes need to take special care with their diet to keep their blood sugar levels within the appropriate range. Although careful planning can make it so you can eat any food, at least in small doses, there are some foods that are particularly healthy for diabetics. Broccoli is among them.

Broccoli is an a ...

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Unable to sleep a baby can interfere with your sleep. What should you do?

Wednesday, July 26, 2017 5079 Views

Most 6- to 9-month-olds sleep 14 to 15 hours a day (between nighttime sleep and naps) and are capable of sleeping for long stretches at a time.

Many babies this age consolidate their daytime sleep from three naps to two, one in the morning and one in the afternoon.

How to help your baby sleep

Here are some tips for helping your baby sleep well at this age ...

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What is sore throat? And how does it work?

Thursday, July 20, 2017 3457 Views

What is sore throat? And how does it work?

A sore throat refers to pain, itchiness, or irritation of the throat. It may cause difficulty swallowing food and liquids, and the pain may get worse when you try to swallow. Throat pain is the primary symptom of a sore throat. However, other symptoms may include:

a dry throat swollen glands in ...

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Are cough medicines helpful?

Thursday, July 13, 2017 2959 Views

Cough medicines are not useful in treating cough in children; in fact, recent studies suggest that some cough medicines may be harmful to younger children. Current recommendations from the Australian Government Therapeutic Goods Administration are that cough medicines should not be used in children younger than six years old.

Children older than six years old should only t ...

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