Parenting Resources

Parenting Resources

Return of Menstruation And Contraception

Ria wanted to come over to clear some doubts about her menstrual cycle. “Why don’t you have tea with me,” I offered. Ria was under the impression that the menstrual cycle begins soon after the delivery. Which is partly true. Some women start menstruating as early as six weeks after delivery, but in some breastfeeding women, the cycle reappears as …

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Read Food Labels And Lose Pounds

Reading food labels can make you thinner, says a study published in the Journal of Agricultural Economics. The study’s authors, who used a large data set of 10,810 men and 14,830 women to explore the relationship between reading nutritional labels and body weight, discovered that the average BMI (body mass index) for women was 1.49 points lower for label readers …

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Putting Your Baby To Sleep

Some babies sleep for long stretches of time and others may snooze through the twenty-four hours, and some seem to prefer sleeping through the day rather than night. Generally most sleep after being fed. During first three to six months’ parents have to adjust their own sleeping habits to the baby’s. Tips to Make Your Baby Sleep Comfortably Sometimes baby …

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Production of Milk And How It Reaches The Baby

Milk is produced in the mammary glands present in the breast. This glandular tissue is embedded in fat, giving the breast its round contours and size. The amount of glandular tissue in the breast is similar in amount in all women. Thus, milk production does not depend on the size of the breast. Milk production in the breast depends on …

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