Parenting and Health
The road through pregnancy is full of surprises, challenges and excitement, but that's only a taste of what's to come. In fact, parenthood is the ultimate challenge -- and opportunity -- many people will face in their lives. It's no wonder, then, that becoming a parent can be terrifying for even the strong-willed and self-confident. Luckily, there are plenty of tools and resources to help you navigate the uncertain terrain ahead. Explore tips and advice for health, safety, development and growth to help you become the best parent you can be for your children.
If you do your best to stay healthy before, during and after your pregnancy, you will give your baby the best start in life. Your total wellbeing depends on your physical, emotional and spiritual health, and it can be difficult to balance these aspects when you're dealing with volatile hormones and the stress of caring for an infant. Learn about the elements of health that have direct influence on your quality of life, and in turn, your baby's comfort and happiness.
Life after Pregnancy
For the last nine months you developed a routine of healthy eating and clean living that could support both your body and your baby. Now that you've delivered your bundle of joy, you face the challenge of taking care of yourself, nursing your body back to form and attending to your newborn's needs -- all at the same time! Get some help and reassurance with good advice from those who have been there.
You want the best for your children, and that means doing what you can to keep them in good health. From choosing the right pediatrician to proper home health care, a good knowledge base is the first step to preventing and treating childhood illness. Look further into some of the most common childhood illnesses, what treatment they call for and how best to avoid them in the first place.
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- Head Lice
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When it comes to the wellbeing of your baby or toddler, some things are out of your control. However, child safety in the home is in your hands, and there are plenty of ways to minimize risk of injury. Protect your child's wellbeing and gain peace of mind with good advice on avoiding certain household dangers.
Parenting is not easy, but it doesn't have to be impossible. Tap into the resources around you for guidance as you meet challenges and opportunities that come with raising a child.
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