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Is There Any Need To Worry About The Cut On My Child’s Gums?

The gums are soft tissues that encapsulate the teeth. They are soft and very delicate and suffer from cut pretty easily. The ability of gums to get injured easily is the reason they bleed so often. Cut on the gums may lead to intense bleeding, so do not worry. It is...

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My Baby Has Tongue and Lip Tie, What Do I Do Next?

Lip and tongue tie is found in infants at birth. It is a condition in which the movement of lips and tongue is restricted. Behind your upper lip, there is a layer of tissue called the frenulum. When the membrane is too thick or overgrown in a baby, it leads to...

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Teething Baby and Runny Nose – What’s the Link?

Teething is a very excruciating time not only for your child but for yourself as well. Seeing them in constant pain is not a delightful sight. While teething is a huge milestone for your baby, it comes along with many painful symptoms. Fever, irritability and sleep...

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What Is This Cold Sore Ice Trick? How Does It Help?

Small blisters around the mouth are called cold sores or fever blisters. They are caused by a virus known as herpes simplex virus. It is contagious, spreads by touch, and is the most common issue with children. Who likes blisters on the mouth, want to get rid of them...

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Baby’s First Tooth Is Out! What to Do Next?

The struggle is real when it comes to oral hygiene. It is undoubtedly considered a foundation of health maintenance that starts as early as when the baby's first tooth comes in—so thinking about when to start brushing baby teeth? The answer is, right away! When Are We...

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How to Deal with 2-Year Old Sleep Regression

Your toddler may find it difficult to sleep around the different stages of development, leading to 18-months sleep regression or 2-year-old sleep regression. This article will explain what causes sleep regression and what you can do so your toddler sleeps better....

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What Are The Reasons Behind Your Baby’s White Tongue?

A few days or weeks after the birth, you may notice that your baby’s tongue is white - nothing to worry about. The white stuff can be oral thrush or milk residue. White tongue in babies is a common occurrence. Newborns get their nourishment from breast milk or...

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Can Allergies Make You Feel Sick?

Allergies can make your child feel sick by giving him or her symptoms such as sore throat, runny nose, or sneezing. But allergies cannot give them fever. Every allergy has a different cause, so correct diagnosis is important to receive the right treatment. Can...

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When Do Toddlers Stop Napping?

There’s no such scale that one can use to answer the question, “when do toddlers stop napping?” Each child is different, and so is their sleeping cycle. Your toddler may stop napping sooner or later than your neighbor’s child or other kids in your family. The actual...

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When Do Kids Start Losing Teeth

When you become a parent, everything about the child feels exciting. After your first child, you may feel that you’ve learned everything about a child’s development and growth only to know that it’s different for every kid. And it’s the same with baby teething. This...

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