Think about the consequences of yelling your children to control your emotions. Some tips help you to know what to do so your kids don’t stress you out.[Read more…] about What to Do So Your Kids Don’t Stress You Out?
If you are pregnant women, finding the best names for your baby is a must-have job. Pick your best one from the top 12 popular celebrity baby names here.[Read more…] about Top 12 Popular Celebrity Baby Names For Boys & Girls
Tummy time is a great way to encourage your baby to be active and start building strong muscles. They will need the method to control the head, rollover, and crawl.[Read more…] about Tummy Time
Morning sickness, tiredness, and pregnancy disorders are the cause of stressful pregnancy. Hence, every woman needs to study stress management for moms.[Read more…] about How to Perform Stress Management for Moms?
An article in a recent issue of the New England Journal of Medicine warned of the possible relationship between consuming vitamin A at levels at or above 10,000 IU (200 percent of the Daily Value, or DV) or 3000 Retinol equivalents (REs) and some types of birth defects. A relationship between vitamin A intakes and birth defects has been known for some time, but the level of vitamin A that was associated with earlier studies was much higher than the levels indicated by the new study.[Read more…] about Vitamin A and Birth Defects
Now that you’re expecting, get ready to give some blood and on a regular basis. If the thought of the prick of a needle makes you feel light-headed now, by the end of your pregnancy and most certainly by the end of labor and delivery you will breeze through it like a pregnancy warrior. Blood tests are a standard part of your prenatal care. During your first prenatal appointment, your doctor or midwife will order a plethora of blood tests. You will be asked to give blood samples to test for:[Read more…] about Prenatal Blood Work