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Set baby on the right path to better motor, visual and auditory development.
As your baby grows with increased mobility, you may have to introduce new safety measures.
Find out how you can keep your 0-6 month-old baby safe at home and on the move
You are going home with your new bundle of joy! It is exciting, of course, but why do you feel a bit anxious?
To raise an all-rounded child, pay attention to your baby's social and emotional health.
Cultivating good oral health and hygiene starts from young. Here's how to make sure your baby has healthy teeth.
It is never too early to start thinking about breastfeeding your baby.
Your baby has reached the 6-month mark, and your doctor has given you the nod to start giving your little one solid foods. That’s great news! Here’s a guide on how to get your baby started on solid food.
At six months of age, your baby will soon be ready for his first introduction to food. Here are some tried and tested tips for you to introduce solid food to your baby.
Bringing your baby home after birth is joyous and exciting, but it can also be a tad overwhelming given that the first six months are a critical stage of your baby's development. Learn how to care for your newborn and adjust to your new role as parents with this beginner's guide.
Congratulations on your new bundle of joy. As exciting and fulfilling as parenthood can be, it can also be challenging. As many parents with newborn babies may agree, it is often due to the lack of sleep. The good news is that with some tweaks to your lifestyle and daily habits, it is possible for parents with babies to have sufficient and better sleep, while ensuring that your baby is well taken care of.
Read on to find out what to expect as you welcome your bundle of joy.
The Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative (BFHI) seeks to promote and support breastfeeding for the well-being of all mothers and babies.
Babies crying is their way of communicating with us and ensuring a response. But how do you as a parent understand what your baby is trying to tell you?
The transition from baby teeth to adult teeth is generally a painless affair.
It's normal for most babies to wake up during the night, so be prepared to lose a lot of sleep! Here are some tips to help establish healthy sleep habits in your baby
Here’s how to tell if your baby’s cries are a sign of colic, a common and largely unexplained condition that usually starts a few weeks after birth.
As parents, it is important to be aware of your baby's physical growth and acquired skills, so that you can provide activities and a safe environment for your baby's brain development.
Have you ever wondered what your baby goes through during childbirth?
Read about how your baby grows in the various stages of first, second and third trimester
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