Candida albicans is a fungus present in the mouth and digestive tract of all human beings, including infants, and is considered normal. When the immunity of the body goes down, this fungus can overgrow and lead to infection.
Instead of turning to easily available products in the market, look inside your kitchen and your child’s daily routine, to figure out a way to beat the cold this winter and save your little one’s skin from winter dryness.
Monsoon is already here! And the typical worry of most parents, during this season, is to ensure that the family is protected from all types of infections and diseases.
When you have a chest infection and are coughing up a storm, the first thing you probably do is reach for the cough medicine.
Love it or Hate it- All of us are aware of the umpteen benefits of ginger which come handy in our day-to-day lives.
Mouth ulcers are one of the common health problems observed in kids, especially in summer months.
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Lips, so exposed to sun, wind, and other irritants, don’t have oil glands to keep them soft and moist.
Remember the last night when your toddler was crying incessantly and you were just failing in every attempt in putting her to sleep?
A mother often finds herself looking for the best foods in her child’s daily diet which will help in boosting their immunity.
Wheezing is a high-pitched or purring sound or whistling sound made while breathing. You can hear it best when your child is breathing out.
With summer settling in just in time, The Champa Tree brings out the best home remedies to cure dry skin in children.
Remember the first time your baby’s first tooth popped up?
As much as the sheer sight of watching those two faint pink lines come alive makes a woman happy, they also dread the morning sickness, nausea and other such things which come along with being pregnant.
With changing climatic conditions, constipation has become a very common and serious problem seen in children.
“Cold”, also known as the common cold is one of the most common illnesses in every household.
As a parent, it is often painful and disturbing whenever your little one falls ill.
The first cry of the baby when it is just out of the womb is the most enthralling sensation of the world for a mother.
Pregnancy – A Life-changing phase of a woman’s life. A heavenly roller-coaster journey filled with myriads of emotions and bodily changes.
The Monsoon season has set in; with intermediate rains showering the delight of the cold and coziness to the mood. A comforting respite from the hot summer that had prickled our lives.
Monsoon brings in big relief from all the heat that has everyone engulfed over the hot months.
We all know, how natural remedies come handy in case of kids at the last moment. Natural remedies are often tried by parents as they feel that antibiotics are not safe every time.
Cry and babies can be used synonymously with one another. Crying, in fact, is the first form of communication between a mother and a baby.
Nourishing a baby in your womb is a miracle by itself. However, the journey of motherhood is not easy.
Constipation is often a reason which causes this discomfort in children. The most common reason for constipation to occur if often either behavioral or diet related or organic disorder.
Just like a fever and cold, loose motions are a difficult phase for the mothers to handle.
While many mothers know that fever is a positive natural response of the body to infection or illness, it does induce a heartbreak when their child is going through a physical uneasiness.
A real, worrisome scenario with a thousand of worries peep into the mother’s brain with the slightest cry of her baby.
Mouth injuries are very common in infants, and toddlers learning to walk and maintain balance. Tongue cuts and bites are particularly common in preschoolers and kids running around.
As a mother who was in perpetual fear of changing seasons (because March- April and October-November always meant sniffles, sneezes and congestion in my infant).