Itchy & Eczema-Prone Skin: Debunking Common Myths

If your child has red, itchy patches that she can’t stop scratching, chances are that she has very dry, sensitive and eczema-prone skin. Eczema, also known as Atopic Dermatitis(the most common form of eczema), is caused due to  factors like genetics, environmental irritants, allergens and even stress. Since the exact …

10 Ways Moms can Balance Work & Family

Being a working mom is tough and you seem to have taken on a difficult task – being fully committed to your family as well as your work and trying to create the perfect balance between them both. Phew! However, if you learn how to find the right balance between …

Best Foods for New Moms: Constipation Conquerors

Postpartum constipation is a real thing and many women who hoped to get rid of the constipation after delivery may find themselves experiencing painful bowel movements for weeks after childbirth. Constipation results from a lot of things but is worsened especially by sleep deprivation, lack of exercise, and unhealthy snacks …

Foods That Can Be Unsafe for Your Baby

A growing baby needs to slowly wean off breast milk and begin eating solid feeds. While she may be eager to get a share of what is on your plate, some foods can be unsuitable or unsafe for your tiny tot, especially under the age of one. Here are some …

Miscarriage: Signs & Treatments

About 80% of miscarriages occur in the first thirteen weeks of pregnancy. The loss of a fetus before the completion of 20 weeks of pregnancy is recognized as a miscarriage. My heart aches for women who have endured the pain of a miscarriage. But let me tell you, if you …