Dehydration in Children

October 13, 2022

Dehydration is a health problem in which the body becomes deficient in water and necessary salts. It occurs due to excess vomiting, diarrhea, or sweating. The body organs are not able to perform their functions properly. The most important signs include dryness of skin, dry tongue, rapid breathing, and fainting in extreme cases. If a child suffers from dehydration he/she may not be able to recover the lost body fluids. In severe cases of dehydration,

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Breastfeeding at Work: Advantages, Disadvantages and Tips

August 17, 2021

Breastfeeding is essential for an infant’s comprehensive development, as well as for mothers and society. With the increasing number of working mothers in the present era, it becomes very difficult for them to manage their work and breastfeed their child simultaneously. Hence, most of the workplaces provide family-friendly policies to allow working mothers to give their children the greatest possible start in life. Nursing support is crucial because breastfeeding nourishes and gives the best start

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Giggles by OMNI RK performed MIS-C treatment on a forty-five-day-old baby

August 11, 2021

Doctors at Omni Giggles Hospital in Ramnagar performed a rare treatment. They had successfully performed MIS-C treatment on a forty-five-day-old baby. Hospital MD MD Radhakrishna Pediatric Intensive Care Dr. CH. Vishwateja said that they had successfully performed MIS-C treatment on a forty-five-day-old baby. The details were revealed at a press conference at the hospital premises on Thursday. Parents have included a 45-day-old infant in casualty after being diagnosed with Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome. Doctors examined the toddler,

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Balancing your role as a new mom

August 6, 2021

There’s no doubt that working mothers are the masters at multitasking. However, between changing diapers, scheduling playdates and arranging conference calls, today’s working women often find it difficult to achieve unrealistic work-life balance goals. They don’t just carpool, prepare supper and throw Pinterest-worthy birthday parties. They’re also putting in countless hours at the office, climbing the corporate ladder. Balancing your role as a new mom may appear impossible to juggle the demands of work with

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Know more about Child care & COVID-19

December 10, 2020

COVID-19 stands for “coronavirus disease 2019.” It is caused by a virus called SARS-CoV-2. The virus first appeared in late 2019 and quickly spread around the world. People with COVID-19 can have fever, cough, trouble breathing and other symptoms. Problems with breathing happen when the infection affects the lungs and causes pneumonia. Most people who get COVID-19 will not get severely ill. But some do. In many areas, people have been told to stay at

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Postmenopausal Bleeding – Is Bleeding After Menopause Normal?

December 6, 2020

What is Postmenopausal Bleeding? Any amount of bleeding from the vagina after a woman has stopped having menstrual cycles for 12 months (menopause) is termed as postmenopausal bleeding Spotting or light bleeding after menopause might not seem like a serious problem, but one should never ignore it Any bleeding should trigger a visit to your doctor as soon as possible Causes for Postmenopausal Bleeding? Vaginal atrophy / Endometrial atrophy (most common) Cervical polyps / Uterine

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World Prematurity Day

November 17, 2020

World Prematurity Day is observed on 17th November of each year to raise the awareness of preterm birth and the concerns related to preterm babies and their families. Premature birth is the major cause of death in children under five years of age. Let’s discuss a few important questions related to Preterm deliveries.    The global theme for World Prematurity Day 2020 is: Together for babies born too soon – Caring for the future 1. What

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All you need to know about Autism

November 17, 2020

Autism Autism is  a neurodevelopmental disorders that can affect language skills, behavior, social interactions and the ability to learn. Symptoms Avoids eye contact and/or physical contact Has delayed speech Gets upset if there is change in routine Excessive body movements  Has obsessive interests and experiences perseveration Struggles with nonverbal cues Has sensory processing issues Research says the symptoms of autism may be linked to genetics. Diagnosis Parents or caregivers concerned that their child may have

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It is okay if your Baby is Wide Awake at Night

May 18, 2018

Are you a working parent who has to juggle between office presentations in the morning and feeding your baby in the middle of the night? Your craving for a good night’s sleep is completely valid and we understand that. Unfortunately, your baby can’t comprehend that by being wide awake at night, he/she is keeping you from having a good rest. Let’s take a look at what affects their sleep pattern. Your baby is Changing Routine

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Five risks of PCOD Nobody Talks About

June 22, 2018

1.PCOD can lead to infertility: Not all women diagnosed with PCOD will have pregnancy issues, however, PCOD still ends up as the prime cause of infertility in women. PCOD makes a woman’s reproductive cycle unpredictable. As a result ovulation may occur erratically or won’t happen at all. PCOD also brings the increased chances of miscarriage. To induce ovulation, often medicines are prescribed to the patient and in some cases Ovarian Drilling helps to stimulate ovulation.

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