RSSArchive for February, 2009

The Relationship Between Breast Feeding And Tooth Decay

The Relationship Between Breast Feeding And Tooth Decay

The drive for “Healthy People 2010” organized by the US Dept of Health and Human Services has been well supported by researchers from the American Paediatrics Academy. This campaign has recommended strict and exclusive breast feeding for the baby for at least six months, and then continues further on a disconnected basis for the next […]

How To Naturally Calm Your Newborn?

How To Naturally Calm Your Newborn?

Your newborn may be fussy and he may cry for a variety of reasons: he may have swallowed too much air when he was feeding, or he may be over stimulated with too many people visiting, or he may be plain irritated. He may cry non-stop, and refuse to be calmed down. What do you […]

Why Eye Check Ups Are Just As Important As Dental Checks

Why Eye Check Ups Are Just As Important As Dental Checks

Senior optometrists Earl Pomeroy, Bryon Dorgan and Kent Conrad, along with other North Dakota optometrists have come together for better vision care for infants in the State. Governor Hoven has announced that this week is the Infant SSE week in the state. He has urged parents to take advantage of this drive and protect their […]

2 New Ways To Help Premature Infants

2 New Ways To Help Premature Infants

Infants are often given steroids in order to prevent respiratory problems. Most infants are given two dosages of steroids before birth. However, premature infants often do not receive the second dosage of steroids. Fortunately, researchers have recently discovered that premature infants can still benefit from dosages of steroids. An extra dosage of steroids was found […]

Learn How To Protect Your Infant - Suffocation Deaths Are On The Rise

Learn How To Protect Your Infant – Suffocation Deaths Are On The Rise

In the past 20 years, the number of infant suffocation deaths has increased dramatically. These deaths have been the result of accidental strangulation and suffocation while in the crib. However, infant suffocation might not be on the rise after all. While suffocation has increased, the incidence of sudden infant death syndrome has decreased. More and […]

Educational And Developmental Toys For Little Kids!

Educational And Developmental Toys For Little Kids!

If you are confused what kind of toys you should buy for your little one, toys that are both educational and playful will be great choice for your baby. Educational toys that are playful will be useful for your kid for improving skills, when they grow older. Here are few wonderful options of educational toys […]

Choosing Essential Oils For Baby's Skin Care

Choosing Essential Oils For Baby’s Skin Care

Gentle essential oils are excellent for your baby’s soft tender skin. These oils will help take care of your baby naturally, and will help prevent skin conditions like nappy rashes, sunburns, and so on. Massaging your baby often using essential oils will help promote calmness, improve his appetite, and also help him sleep. It is […]

Omega-3 Helps Newborn Brains To Develop

Omega-3 Helps Newborn Brains To Develop

In a study carried out by the Adelaide University in Australia, it was found that a supplement of omega-3 fatty acids in maternal milk helped the mental development of premature babies and lowered the possibility of disorders arising. It is known that babies who are born at 33 weeks of gestation cannot manufacture Docosahexaenoic acid, […]