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.

Tips to Encourage Your Baby to Crawl

You’d probably love to encourage your baby to crawl. After all, a baby’s first years of life are full of exciting and magical moments. Their progress and completion of every milestone fill parents with pride. It’s a source of celebration.…

Pilates During Pregnancy: Is it a Good Idea?

Exercise during pregnancy benefits both mom and baby. In general, doctors recommend that pregnant women stick to low-impact physical activity, such as swimming, walking or yoga.  An option that attracts mothers-to-be is pilates. But is it a healthy form of…

Signs and Symptoms of Preterm Labor

Knowing how to identify the signs and symptoms of preterm labor is very important. This is because low birth weight can be very dangerous for your baby’s health. In this article, you’ll discover the signs and symptoms you should look…

Tips to Manage Postpartum Depression and Stress

Postpartum depression is the most common psychological condition among new mothers. However, it isn’t always correctly diagnosed and few people know how to help prevent it. That’s why it’s important to know what brings it about along with its symptoms.…

Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis

Preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) is a procedure that’s performed before assisted reproduction, also known as artificial fertilization. This is something that’s done when a woman is unable to become pregnant by natural means. In this article, we’ll explain PGD. Also,…

Child Bullying: It Could Happen to Anyone

In recent years, stories about child bullying are all over the news and newspaper headlines. The term is on everyone’s lips and, as much as we all know what it is, few of us truly know how to act when…

Extracurricular Activities for Preteens

Although preteens no longer want to do “kids stuff,” they still aren’t teenagers. What extracurricular activities are most appropriate for preteens? In this article, discover some ideas. The Preteen Stage Specifying the starting point of preadolescence is difficult. In fact,…

How to Know if Your Teen is Lying

Communication between parents and children is a popular topic of discussion, especially when it comes to lies and deceit during adolescence, the stage of transition to adulthood. In this article, we’ll tell you how to know if your teen is…

How to Help your Children Learn Who is a True Friend

Parents are children’s references and often are their first friends. After all, they share their games and experiences. However, it’s natural that as children, grow they begin to create new relationships. They meet friends at school, in the neighborhood or…

Vaginal Tears During Childbirth

Vaginal tears are a complication that can have serious consequences. However, even in the most difficult cases, with timely and effective care, these injuries can be healed and do not pose any serious complications. Tears are more frequent in deliveries…

Four Ways to Exercise During Pregnancy

If you’re pregnant, it’s naturally important to keep in mind that your life and body will change and, consequently, so will your lifestyle.  On that note, one of the many questions pregnant women have is: Can I exercise during pregnancy?…

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…