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Fun Time Safe Play Mats For Kid's Play!

Fun Time Safe Play Mats For Kid’s Play!

Play mats are so wonderful for your little one as they create a safe work and play areas for newborn babies. With various colors and shapes available, you can customize child’s play area or bedroom with wonderful play mats. Tummy-Time Fun If you want to encourage your baby to spend more time on their play […]

Study Links Between Preterm Birth And Autism

Study Links Between Preterm Birth And Autism

A recent US study looking at children born more than 3 months prematurely provided fresh evidence on link between pre-term birth and autism. According to researchers, Children who are born prematurely were about 2 to 3 times more likely to show signs of autism at age 2 as measured in a standard screening tool when […]

Top 10 Must-Have Baby Monitors

Top 10 Must-Have Baby Monitors

– Safety monitors for your tiny tots Baby Monitors are used by millions of families every year to help watch over their newborns and older babies. Here are 10 baby safety monitors that we find to be very useful. 1. Angelcare Movement Sensor With new emerging technologies, baby monitors have gone from average audio devices […]

Simple Baby Toys You Can Make At Home

Simple Baby Toys You Can Make At Home

You recently bought that magical toy for your baby that you had been thinking for ages of buying, and you brought it home, eager to see his eyes light up with joy at the sight of this wonderful toy! You should not show your disappointment when your baby glanced at this great and wonderful toy […]

Accidental Infant Deaths Blamed On Suffocation In Bed

Accidental Infant Deaths Blamed On Suffocation In Bed

According to new study reports, although the rate of sudden infant death syndrome in US has declined, the rate of infant deaths from suffocation in bed has increased by four times. Death due to accidental suffocation in bed is most common among black boys younger than 4 months. According to Carrie K. Shapiro-Mendoza, an epidemiologist […]

Breastfeeding May Be Key For Strong Mother-Infant Bond

Breastfeeding May Be Key For Strong Mother-Infant Bond

According to Australian researchers, mothers who feed their babies through breastfeeding are less likely to neglect their child. In the study, the researchers followed almost 7,223 women and their children for 15 years and came to conclusion that the longer the mother breast-fed her baby, the lower will be the risk to neglect her child. […]

Warning For Parents: Rare Disease That Kills Child

Warning For Parents: Rare Disease That Kills Child

According to health officials of Minnesota, a childhood illness that can be almost restrained through vaccinations took life of one child and sickened four other children. Nearly five children are diagnosed with a bacterial infection caused by bacteria named Haemophilus influenzae type b (HIB). HIB mainly affects newborns and also children aged below 5 years. […]

How To Improve Your Growing Baby's Language Skills?

How To Improve Your Growing Baby’s Language Skills?

It is a fact that even the youngest of babies are busy learning how to communicate with their parents or guardians, and even though they may not be familiar with language, they are learning, and learning fast! The better you respond to her, the faster her communication and language skills will improve. Have you noticed, […]