How to get back to pre-birth size

How to get back to pre-birth size Soon after giving birth, many new mothers start to think about how to get back to their pre-birth size. Most women gain an average of 20 to 25 during pregnancy, but it is important to shed this weight after birth to prevent becoming overweight or obese in the future. If you are a new mom eager to get back to your pre-birth size, follow these tips to lose the weight and keep it off. Adopt a...

Introducing Baby to Solid Food

Introducing Baby to Solid Food The transition from a purely liquid diet to solid food is a milestone for babies. The signs that your baby may be ready to try solid foods begin to show anywhere around 4 to 6 months. When your baby is able to control their head movements and sit up with support, you can start to introduce solid food. Babies, though, have an extrusion reflex that causes them to push food out of their mouths with...

MMR Vaccination

MMR Vaccination Every baby should receive an MMR vaccination. They’ll be protected against cases of the Measles, Mumps, and Rubella viruses. Measles have been wiped out in the United States thanks to vaccinations, but people without the vaccine in their systems can still easily contract the virus. Over 500,000 cases of the Measles were reported every year until a vaccine was available. The Mumps can cause...

Diphtheria, Tetanus, and Pertussis Vaccination

Diphtheria, Tetanus, and Pertussis Vaccination Yet another vaccination that any baby should receive is the DTaP vaccine. Your baby will be protected against Diphtheria, Tetanus, and Pertussis, also known as whooping cough. Diphtheria is a particularly dangerous infection as it causes a lot of deaths in children under 5 years of age who contract it. Tetanus can infect children from any puncture wound that isn’t properly handled....

Chickenpox Vaccination

Chickenpox Vaccination The chickenpox vaccination is another one that your baby should have. While the injections may not totally prevent chickenpox, they will at least reduce the symptoms if your child ever gets them. Adults can develop shingles later in life as the varicella virus remains dormant in the central nervous system for the course of a lifetime. Vaccinated people would get fewer symptoms from the shingles...

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