What You Should Know about Positional Asphyxia in Infants 

 By AfricaParent  April 24, 2020 What you should know about positional asphyxia in infants A 2016 study found that babies 4 weeks and under are at greater risk of positional asphyxia. Older babies and toddlers also face the risk of positional asphyxia, especially after spending over an hour in a car seat. Children will have…

What Every Woman Should Know about Sex During Pregnancy 

It is okay and safe to have sex once your pregnancy is in a healthy state. The beauty and healthiness of sex is often experience in a loving relationship. This fact cannot be denied in anyway whatsoever. However, there’s always a question that arises among partners whenever sex is being talked about. It is whether…

Top 8 Foods to Feed Your Child so that They Grow Taller and Stronger 

  Parents, we understand your concern when it comes to feeding your children the right food – especially if they’re picky eaters, and you’re worried about their growth. But, the trick is to carefully select the best food for growth of height in kids and offer this in innovative ways. What kinds of food should…

What You Should Know about positional Asphyxia in Infants

Positional asphyxia may be one reason why people die suddenly in a hog-tie restraint by police or military officers. A 2016 study found that babies 4 weeks and under are at greater risk of positional asphyxia. Older babies and toddlers also face the risk of positional asphyxia, especially after spending over an hour in a…

Expert Emphasize Importance Of Exclusive Breastfeeding For Nursing Mothers

Posted by George on Tue 21st Jan, 2020.  The paediatrician said it was proper to deepen campaign on exclusive breastfeeding at the community level.  Prof. Kareem Airede of Neonatal Medicine and Paediatrics expert, University of Abuja Teaching Hospital, has called for community-based action in support of exclusive breastfeeding. Ginna Crochets Airede told the News Agency…

Is Bed Sharing Safe for Babies?

Parents co-sleep for different reasons. Many do it because they believe that bed-sharing makes their baby feel safe. While some do it because it is satisfying. However, co-sleeping is a term that most people use when they mean bed-sharing with a baby. But those are two different things. Ginna Crochets What exactly is bed-sharing with…

Healthy snacks to pack your kids in the new year

If your child is the one who brings her untouched lunch home every day, surprise her with these healthy snacks for kids at school. Nothing makes me feel more like I have my life together than those weeks when our fridge is stocked with our favorite healthy snacks for kids to bring to school. A…

Everything You Should Know about Infant Colic

All babies cry. That’s how they tell us what they want, or something’s wrong. But when your baby cries for hours on end, you know it’s more than communication. After some time, the tears wear you out, and nothing seems to work. What is making your baby so cranky? Could it be infant colic? Does…

Vomiting in Pregnancy is a Sign your Child may Have Higher IQ

By AfricaParent  Looks like scientists have discovered some benefits for people who suffer from nausea and vomiting in pregnancy. And you know what they say, “no pain, no gain.”  Vomiting during pregnancy can be very unpleasant and uncomfortable. But, here’s the brights side, research has shown that it’s a sign your baby has high IQ…

Study Says Breast Milk has Cancer Dissolving Properties

  The benefits of breast milk just increased a notch. And this is perhaps the most revolutionary benefit of the wonder liquid that is breast milk. Breast milk can break tumours into tiny fragments that cancer patients can pass in their urine, a recent study suggests. Benefits Of Breast Milk: Dissolves Cancer Breast milk contains…