Basics of immunization
How do you ensure good health for your baby, now and in the future? What kind of vaccinations do you need to give your baby over the years? Do vaccinations really help in preventing diseases? Read on for the benefits of immunization.More »
Childhood illnesses and medical conditions
Your child has barely learnt to express and has already caught some kind of a virus. How do you deal with illnesses like measles, mumps, chicken pox, asthma and many more that you may not even have heard of.
Medications safe for children
Not all medications are safe for children, especially infants. It is important that you as a parent are aware of safe medicines
When parents fall sick
A parent's illness is an anxious time for the whole family and maybe more so for the children. Children tend to worry as to who will look after them.
Irregular bowel movements are a common malady during infancy and childhood. Fortunately, most cases are mild. Knowing the symptoms and their treatment will help you cope.
Every child deserves a bright future and a child with learning disabilities deserves the same too. All you need to do is provide active support, constant encouragement and lots of love.
Keeping your child healthy
Anticipating potential dangers and taking simple measures will go a long way towards preventing suffering and providing a safe environment for your little ones.More »
It is very necessary that you do not panic and take right measures while managing emergencies. Here are some tips for parents to prevent child from getting harmed and remedies which parents can follow during emergencies to avoid mishaps. You will find informative pieces on rescuing drowning child, fire safety, first aid and more for children.More »
Face up to the Challenge
Hard as it may be to accept, some children are born with birth defects. Sometimes physical and sometimes mental. Whichever it is, it should be diagnosed in time and treated accordingly. The sooner it is diagnosed the sooner you can get some help.
Child Loss and Grieving Parents
It's hard to come to terms with the fact that you may be unable to concieve, but it's a lot harder to deal with the loss of a child. While an adopted child will never be able to replace the child you lost, you can be sure that he or she will bring you innumerable more happy moments and incredibe joy!