How does toothpaste without fluoride protect your teeth?

Mums, did you know that toothpaste without fluoride is safer? According to the American Cancer Society, excessive levels of fluoride can cause osteoporosis and facilitate the growth of cancer cells in the body. But what about the...
March, 2020

All about stretch marks and their causes

Stretch marks don’t just occur in pregnant women. Both women and men can experience it. Stretch marks appear on the skin, and mainly affects those whose skin contains less collagen.   Stretch marks can appear on various parts...
March, 2020

Calcium deficiency symptoms in pregnant women

Calcium is a type of mineral that helps maintain the teeth and bones. For pregnant women, calcium plays a big role in the development of the fetus, as well as general health during pregnancy.   Benefits of calcium for pregnant...
March, 2020

Things To Avoid During Pregnancy

Everyone has their own opinion on what women are allowed and not allowed to do during pregnancy. Some choose to follow old wives’ tales, while others follow only those practices backed by science. To simplify your search on what you...
March, 2020

Mums, avoid these 7 things to prevent birth defects

Birth defects can be caused by genetics, but they can also be caused by poor lifestyle choices and pregnancy problems. Mums should avoid these 7 things below for a healthy pregnancy.  1. Stress The British Neuroscience Association...
March, 2020

6 ways to deal with itchy skin during pregnancy

Itchy skin affects many pregnant women! We’ve compiled some great ways for you to deal with this problem. Itchy skin can be really annoying. According to BabyCenter, around 20% of pregnant women experience itchy skin, especially...
March, 2020

A comprehensive guide to back pain during pregnancy

Did you know that most studies estimate that 50% of pregnant women suffer from lower back pain? It’s important to remember that back pain during pregnancy is mostly temporary.  Welcome! We’ve written a guide for just...
March, 2020

How to overcome sleep deprivation when breastfeeding

If you’re breastfeeding, you’ll definitely experience sleep deprivation. Few things are more tiring than waking up every 2-3 hours to breastfeed a crying baby. It’s quite common to feel lethargic, grumpy or stressed....
March, 2020
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