Motherhood

This section has the best tips, most useful facts, and the latest science on pregnancy and parenting. Feeding, illness, emotional management, conflict resolution, communicating with your teenage children… Anything you’ve ever wondered about motherhood is here in this section.

How to Prevent a Neonatal Infection

A neonatal infection, or sepsis, is a serious condition that affects newborn babies and that, if not treated in a timely manner, may lead to a tragic outcome. Do you know what we’re talking about? If not, continue reading to…

Tips to Avoid Sleep Disorders in Teens

Getting a good night’s sleep is essential for good physical and mental health. However, teenagers are increasingly suffering from poor quality sleep. This is why we decided to share some tips to avoid sleep disorders in teens. Generally, teens should…

Childhood Incontinence and Bedwetting

Childhood incontinence, which refers to the act of urinating involuntarily, is also known as nocturnal enuresis. People with this condition are usually children, and they wet their beds while they sleep at night at an age when it shouldn’t happen…

Tips for Traveling Long Distances with a Baby

Thinking about traveling long distances with a baby is something that makes parents highly anxious. It’s no wonder: traveling with a baby isn’t easy, regardless of the mode of transportation. However, it’s not impossible. With that in mind, today we’d…

The Causes of Constipation in Babies

If your baby is upset and crying, they may be constipated. In this article, we’re going to tell you what the main causes of constipation in babies are and how you can relieve your child’s discomfort. Don’t miss out on…

Stereotypic Movement Disorder (SMD)

According to the Desk Reference to the Diagnostic Criteria from the DSM-5, stereotypic movement disorder involves repetitive, non-functional behavior. This disorder can interfere with the social and academic activities of the child who suffers from it. Typically, stereotypic movement disorder…

Going to the Beach with Your Children

Long gone are the days in which all you needed to go to the beach was just putting on your swimsuit and some sandals and carrying a cooler with sandwiches and drinks. Now, going to the beach with your kids…

The Children Who Are Overloaded with Activities

In this time and age, a lot of children are overloaded with extracurricular activities. While most of their helicopter parents mean well and are convinced they’re doing the best for their children, they don’t realize the damage they’re doing to…

What to Do When Your Kids Don’t Want to Eat

A lot of parents get concerned when their kids don’t want to eat. Generally, there’s nothing to worry about, because this is usually a stage that they’ll overcome later in life. However, if the pediatrician says it’s necessary, you may…

The Four Best Colors for a Child’s Bedroom

Today, we’ll talk about how to select a color palette to decorate your house and colors to paint your child’s bedroom, in particular. The Power of Colors We’re surrounded by colors. That’s more than obvious. However, what’s not so evident…

Five Ways to Practice Spelling with Your Child

Learning to write and the rules do so “correctly” is one of the most complex stages that children go through. Therefore, you should practice spelling with your children at home and complement what they learn in school. This is a…

Seven Pros and Cons of Children Using Smartphones

Cell phones are playing an increasingly important role in the lives of children. Parents, teachers, psychologists, technologists, advertisers, manufacturers, and business people have very different views on this subject. Do you want to know whether you should give your children…

5 Tips for the Perfect Baby Shower

Baby showers have been around the United States for decades and have become even more popular in recent years. In fact, many Hollywood celebrities have made them even more famous. In Latin American countries, people have also celebrated them for…

How to Treat Postpartum Hemorrhages

Postpartum hemorrhages have significant risks for women. In addition, they’re one of the main postpartum complications around the world. What causes them? How can you treat them? In this article, we’ll show you the most important aspects of this problem.…