Even women who are healthy before pregnancy can develop risk factors once their baby is conceived, according to MedlinePlus. Women over 35 are especially susceptible to developing a high-risk pregnancy. While not every pregnancy problem is preventable, learning tips as well as potential risk factors can help you and your baby get through this essential time in your lives much … [Read more...] about Pregnancy Tips, Causes & Risk Factors
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Infants thrive on and need stimulation to ensure proper development. By stimulating your infant's senses, you're encouraging communication, interaction and learning. You're also giving him a sense of importance. However, there can be too much of a good thing---an excess of new sights and sounds can overstimulate a baby. Also, not all methods of infant stimulation are … [Read more...] about The Risk Factors in Infant Stimulation and Development
Life is full of unpredictable moments, especially when you have kids. But, for us parents, we wouldn’t have it any other way. The good news is, establishing routines and habits can help you take some control over your life and ease anxiety. One of the most important places you should focus on is your finances. Creating financial security for your family will give you peace of … [Read more...] about Three Crucial Ingredients to Creating Financial Security for Your Family
One of the most common pelvic floor issues among women is urinary incontinence (peeing when you run, jump, sneeze, or cough). I experienced this issue after the delivery of my children and have worked with countless women who had these issues. Ladies, it is a common issue and nothing to be embarrassed about. Many women who have never had babies also have this problem, even very … [Read more...] about How To Stop Peeing When You Sneeze Mama
Healthy germs are all the buzz these days. What are they? And how do we incorporate them into a kid’s diet? First, let’s start with the cringeworthy fact that we host trillions of microbes in and on our bodies. Most of these reside in our gut and are actually quite beneficial for maintaining a healthy body. A healthy gut consists of 85% beneficial bacteria and is directly … [Read more...] about Probiotics and Prebiotics for Kids: What’s the Difference?