A child gets nutrients and oxygen through the umbilical cord when the baby is in the womb but after birth the umbilical cord is not needed. Read more to know how you can take a little extra care.
Saliva drooling is very common among children and usually resolves by the age of 2 years.
Premature babies are prone to more health risks than full-term babies.
Couples facing infertility problems can opt for IVF.
A breastfeeding child chokes when (s)he takes more milk in mouth than (s)he can gulp down.
Kangaroo care is a method of holding a baby that involves skin-to-skin contact with the mother.
Circumcision is not necessary but the decision depends on personal beliefs.
Many children have a problem of reflux (spitting/vomiting out the food) when they go to sleep. Certain sleep positions will help with this problem.
Crying and colic are not the same thing and so it is important to identify the difference and address it.