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).
It isn’t just the bouts of a cough and cold that can be an issue with babies these days. One of the other infections that has become very common amongst babies as young as 6-months-old is a urinary tract infection (UTI).
It is one thing to have a bubbly baby (touch-wood!) and quite another to see the same (well, almost) sort of matter causing havoc in that little tummy.
With the monsoon upon us for the next few weeks (for some parts of India), while a couple of months (for westerns parts), some items are a must-have at your homes.
Yes, the air outside isn’t good enough to breathe. And yes, there is a lot of pollution. But it is possible that the air inside your house could be worse.
If you are bothered with a clogged nose, runny eyes and dry and raspy throat even in the hot summers, chances are that you are allergic.
The earwax that builds up in your baby/infant/toddler’s ear is absolutely harmless.
If you thought the harsh summer heat is unbearable for you, think of what it would do to your baby’s ‘softer-than-roses’ skin.
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.
When I was around 8 years old, a few of my dad’s friends came over to our house unannounced one day, dragged my dad out forcefully, and colored him all over the face.
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.
A diaper rash is an itchy and bothersome nightmare for a baby as well as the mother. For a baby’s sensitive skin, the irritation caused by the constant use of a diaper can be very painful.
Cracked, dull looking, and super tired feet is a common problem in winters, but usually a pair of socks takes care of that issue. But in summers, we prefer airy, light and summery footwear. And I wouldn’t want to be found flaunting my dirty-dirty feet in my all new open toe heel!
Motherhood is a beautiful experience and while we mommies are so busy with all the chores- household, baby-related or workwise that we put ourselves last. That’s why I have brought to you 3 amazing homemade recipes for your skin. Include them in your weekly summer beauty regime for a healthy, glowing skin!
Summer season is about indulging in mangoes, ice-teas, ice creams and organizing pool parties for our kids. Summer time is also about dropping and picking up our kids from summer camps and workshops. That’s why TCT has brought some really effective hair care tips for busy moms. Follow these really simple steps for healthy and shiny tresses
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.
by Vaishali Sudan Sharma updated on January 17, 2015 How many of us, the new mothers stay tip-top? Are able to look after themselves well? Beauty-wise, are always conscious and have the luxury of spending ENOUGH time on themselves? TCT has a solution for all you time-deprived-mothers. Check out these super 5 minute beauty tips.…
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.