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  • 4 Lessons From Teheca Wellness Class

    A few weeks ago, Teheca in collaboration with Le Memorial hospital organized a physical wellness class for both expectant partners and nursing mothers.

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  • Encouraging your baby self-feeding at 10 to 12 months


    Encouraging your baby self-feeding at 10 to 12 months Your little ones are more likely to be turning into an experienced eater by the time they are almost one year old.

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  • 4 Tips To Ease Anxiety When Returning To Work.

    Everyone at some point or the other has felt this way as they realized the holiday fun is over and they’d have to return to the office.

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  • Can You Drink Alcohol While Breastfeeding?

    Like many new moms, you may wonder if it’s okay to drink alcohol while breastfeeding your little one.

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  • What You Should Know about Hypertension

    What You Should Know about Hypertension

    Hypertension is a condition in which the force of the blood against the artery walls is too high.Usually hypertension is defined as blood pressure above 140/90, and is considered severe if the pressure is above 180/120. High blood pressure often has no symptoms. Over time, if untreated, it can cause health conditions, such as heart disease and stroke. RELATED: Patient & Bedside Nursing Care Services Eating a healthier diet with less salt, exercising regularly and taking medication can help lower blood pressure Today we share with you an infographic with facts about Hypertension around the world. Buy Insurance Online This

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  • 10 Danger Signs in New Mothers and Infants

    10 Danger Signs in New Mothers and Infants

    For new mothers you’re always looking out for signs of anything that might go wrong in both the mother and the baby, sometimes your not sure if what your noticing is normal or not, this becomes tougher for fast time mothers

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  • Acne during pregnancy? Try these natural remedies

    Many women experience acne during pregnancy. It’s most common during the first and second trimesters.

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  • Time For The Onion To Gain Some Respect

    Alternative amazing use of the everyday onion

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  • Two Important Things For Mothers After Giving Birth

    Two Important Things For Mothers After Giving Birth

    The postpartum period begins after the delivery of the baby and ends when the mothers’ body has nearly returned to its pre-pregnant state. This period usually lasts six to eight weeks. The postpartum period involves the mother progressing through many changes, both emotionally and physically, while learning how to deal with all the changes and adjustments required with becoming a new mother. The postpartum period also involves the parents learning how to care for their newborn and learning how to function as a changed family unit. A mother needs to take good care of herself to rebuild her strength. You

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  • 5 Ways to Increase Chances of a Safe Delivery for Mothers[Part 2]

    For this article we shall continue with part 2 of 5 ways to increase chances of a safe delivery for mothers, this follows from part 1 of the series. 3. Screen for bleeding disorder. Check for high blood pressure as this multiplies bleeding rate hence reducing the survival rates of the mother, ensure you keep track of your blood pressure every time you visit a health worker  or during the antenatal visits. Also if you are planning to deliver from a hospital other than the one you’re taking your antenatal classes from, please alert them of your medical conditions Bleeding disorders

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