Eating vitamins in always important, but it is even more important when you are pregnant. We share the most important vitamins to eat during pregnancy.
If you need to get X-rays while you are pregnant, there may be a few limitations. Your unborn baby is sensitive to the X-rays so you'll need to be extra cautious- get tips from MommyPage about taking X-rays.
During your pregnancy, it is important to intake a sufficient amount of folic acid. MommyPage explains all the benefits of folic acid and how it helps you have a healthy pregnancy.
During your pregnancy, there are many foods that you should be careful about eating. MommyPage highlights all the foods to avoid while pregnant.
Nothing is more nerve-jarring than a crying baby – particularly if the baby doesn’t appear to be able to be soothed. If it happens in a public place, a crying baby can earn a new mother glares from unsympathetic onlookers, and understanding nods and sympathetic vibes from other mothers who have already been there. Still, [...]
All babies are born with a need and instinct to suck. Sucking brings comfort and, usually, food. Pacifiers, thumbs and fingers are very easy ways for babies to find comfort between feeding times and to relax themselves to be ready for sleep. Facts about Pacifiers and Thumb/Finger Sucking “Thumb sucking is a common childhood behavior [...]
What is NewParent.com? What types of articles are on the site? NewParent.com is a website for expectant, new, and toddler-staged parents. We hope to provide informative and entertaining articles to help expectant and new parents navigate through every parenting stage! Whether an expectant mom wants to read about how to have a healthy and organic [...]
Throughout a baby’s development, he’s constantly using his oral muscles. Inside the womb, ultrasound pictures show babies sucking and swallowing (as early as 10 weeks). Once born, babies engage in reflexive sucking independent of the need to feed. As a baby grows, he starts sucking or mouthing objects that he puts in or near his [...]
In 2011, the FDA issued a warning about the use of teething liquids and gels containing benzocaine. Benzocaine was used in many over-the-counter (OTC) gels under such brand names as Anbesol, Hurricaine, Orajel, Baby Orajel, and may be included in some store brand products. What’s the Panic about Benzocaine? The use of benzocaine, particularly in [...]
“Autism is one of many pervasive developmental disorders [PDD] and is often referred to as autism spectrum disorder (ASD) … Pervasive Developmental Disorder … refers to a group of developmental conditions affecting children that encompasses impairments and delays in social skills and communication … behavior, cognitive [abilities].” (Early Signs of Autism) The term “spectrum” refers [...]