Oats is a meal of nourishing goodness, bursting with lots of fibers. If you want to go on a diet or lower your cholesterol level oats is your go to meal. However, did you know you could also use it to increase your milk supply? There is no scientific evidence regarding how oatmeal really increases … Continue reading How To Increase Your Milk Supply With A Bowl Of Oatmeal.
Toxaemia is a condition that arises only during pregnancy, also popularly known as pre-eclampsia. I have a previous post on High blood pressure in pregnancy in pregnancy and the various types of high blood pressure in pregnancy. Pre eclampsia is one of the types of high blood pressure in pregnancy, it can lead to eclampsia … Continue reading HOW TO PREVENT TOXAEMIA IN PREGNANCY
This is the final post on the diarrhea series this month, the past two weeks has been about how to prevent diarrhea and the use of oral rehydration therapy to prevent dehydration in children, this post like I promised last week is the oral rehydration therapy with the use of the ORS sachet. This method … Continue reading DIY: ORAL REHYDRATION THERAPY (ORAL REHYDRATION SALT)
Diarrhea occurs when stools contain more water than normal. Diarrhea is also called loose or watery stools; frequent passing of normal stools is not diarrhea. The number of stools passed in a day varies with the diet and age of the child. In many regions diarrhea is defined as 3 or more loose or watery … Continue reading HOW TO PREVENT DIARRHOEA IN AN INFANT
There is nothing more distressing to a parent than a cranky, irritable and crying baby, Infant colic is manifested by persistent, unexplained, inconsolable crying, that can continue for several hours each day, often occurring in the evening,among yorubas it is called COLI(pronounce with a Yoruba accent). Colic can be a source of distress for many … Continue reading INFANT COLIC A PARENTAL STRESSOR OR NOT?
The one thing I love best about Nigeria is how our culture shapes us and the mix of religion to it makes it more wonderful, it literally influences every aspect of our lives from how to relate with people especially the elderly to the kind of food we eat and the cloth we wear. Growing … Continue reading CESAREAN BIRTH: THE NIGERIAN EXPERIENCE
so its the 31st today end of another wonderful year of blogging and giving out information i enjoyed every part of it and it has been a wonderful year. 2017 promises to be better, i have lots of plans for the blog and i hope you would love them.i hope you all have your goals … Continue reading END OF THE YEAR POST
Breast milk can be stored in various ways and this is especially useful for the mums that have to return to work , if you however choose to refrigerate your breast milk high level of hygiene should be maintained. source:mums net Requirements : Sterilized bottles, or small bowls preferably with covers go for plastic bottles … Continue reading How to store breastmilk
1) breast milk provides the perfect nutrition for infants. 2) breastfeeding promotes binding between mother and baby. 3) breast milk contains immunities to diseases and acids in the development of baby's immune system. 4) breast milk is more digestible than formula. 5) breast milk is always ready and comes in a nicer package than formula. … Continue reading 21 reasons why to breastfeed.
So this day at the clinic, I saw this baby and what attracted me to her was the reddened peeling skin with rashes, I was quite sad because that would be very uncomfortable for the child. I later found out that it was as a result of the baby oil the mother used which was … Continue reading Natural baby skin care products