Snoring and Grunting in Babies; What to Know

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Have you experienced your newborn grunting? Since their organs are still growing, a baby grunts. As he uses their diaphragm muscles to move his intestine, they pressure their voice box or larynx, which causes him to grunt.

How to Treat Baby Sore Throat

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In children, a sore throat is frequently caused by a respiratory infection like the common cold. Nasal irritation and a runny nose are the primary signs of a cold.

What is Cradle cap? How to treat and prevent it.

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Babies are known for their soft, smooth skin, but for newborns, cradle caps are very common.

A New Mother’s Guide to Baby Massage

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How Should New Mothers Start Massaging Their Baby? Baby massage is a great way to give baby attention and relaxation delicately. Get some answers on the...

Hair Care Tips for Your Baby

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How do you feel when you see so much hair like a black forest on a newborn’s hair? For me, it made me feel super proud...

Is It Safe To Clean Your Newborn’s Ears With Cotton Swabs?

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When it comes to our Newborns, whatever purpose we have for something drops to a different level since these tenders beings are in total surrender to...

How To Clear A Baby’s Nose Easily

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Babies sometimes need help to clear congestion in their nose because their airways are so tiny.

Baby Cues and What They Mean

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Only a mother best understands her child. A child speaks in an unclear language that hardly anyone understands. It is the mother, the best friend that...

Ways to put your baby to sleep quickly

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One thing I have known about babies is their sleeping habits. They eat and sleep, nothing more. A baby sleeps around the clock because they can't...

How to help your baby burp

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Burping your baby is an essential aspect of feeding. At times, a baby can burp on his or her own to show the satisfaction of food....

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