The earwax that builds up in your baby/infant/toddler’s ear is absolutely harmless.
As a new parent I was constantly worried about my little one’s health. What mattered the most to me was how were his poops.
Maintaining baby’s health and hygiene, also includes emphasizing on their oral health. Tongue should be cleaned on regular basis to ensure the risk of infections caused by fungus, bacteria or germs is reduced.
At one point or another, every parent would have asked the most dangerous question to themselves – “What do I do if my baby gets burned? How to take care of a baby at that time!
Whether one is outside or inside, the winter chills are bound to make you feel unwell. And if adults can develop symptoms for cough and cold, then how can kids be spared?
All of us need skin care during winter. Cold weather, and chilly-dry wind is capable of stripping of moisture from the skin leaving it dry, coarse and rough.
In winter season, babies generally suffer from stuffy nose, excessive sneezing (especially caused by the weather change).
Holi is synonymous with fun, excitement and a whole lot of playful activities, especially for children. They are at their chirpiest best and eagerly wait to use their pichkaris and splash water and colors on everyone. For kids above five years of age the following are some of the key safety measures that you should take note of.
Babies (particularly, infants) are more susceptible to cold, cough and fever due to their new and developing immune system. A congested nose would not only make it difficult for the baby.
Nappy rash is the most common problem faced by little ones. It is usually caused due to acidic elements in the stool and urine’s ammonia exposed to the sensitive skin all wrapped up in a warm, moist condition that exists within the diaper.