About Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS)

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About Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS)

Healthy babies die suddenly in sleep without any symptoms. These are SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome) can occur in 1 to 100,000 babies. Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) is a condition in which infants under 1 year die suddenly in their sleep, without any prior signs. According to medical experts, SIDS has become the leading cause of death in infants aged 30 days after birth. However, the fact cause of SIDS still being uncertainty. SIDS is often referred to as crib death (infant bed death) and attacks 1 in 100,000 babies, especially ages 2-4 months. Continue reading “About Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS)”

Guidelines for Complementary Feeding

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Guidelines for Complementary Feeding

The complementary feeding guides according to WHO is an important process that puts forward the readiness of babies to start giving complementary foods for breast milk. Some mothers are confused about how and what food should be given to the baby. In some cases, there are still mothers who give complementary feeding under the age of 6 months. Continue reading “Guidelines for Complementary Feeding”

The window of opportunity in child development

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The window of opportunity in child development

Have you ever heard about scaling up nutrition?

Scaling up nutrition is a movement carried out by 57 countries in the world to eliminate various types of malnutrition, concerning the principle that all people deserve good food and good nutrition. This movement is a joint movement of government, community institutions, United Nations, entrepreneurs, scientists, and various layers of society. Continue reading “The window of opportunity in child development”

Children developmental delay

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Children developmental delay

Child growth is indeed interesting to observe. Sometimes the child can outperform the growth of his age, but there is a delay on the other side. The physical development of each baby is different. There are children with fast-growing (normally), but on the other hand, there are those who experience a slight delay. Mothers still need to be aware of the signs of the baby’ s development. Mothers also need to trust their instincts to see something strange or not with their growth and development. Continue reading “Children developmental delay”

The effect of Fatima grass (labisia pumila)

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The effect of Fatima grass (labisia pumila)

Labor is a process of learning to be patient for prospective parents. Why? Because in the delivery process, a prospective mother tends to be patient when facing certain situations. She feels a contraction, waiting for the occurrences the opening process. Opening process can flow very slowly. Finally, this “suffering feeling” was coming to an end. What a mother need is to relax and trust her body and fetus so that they can do their job well. Continue reading “The effect of Fatima grass (labisia pumila)”

Breast milk storage

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Breast milk storage

For breastfeeding mothers, especially who have to work routine or have lots of activities outside the home can give exclusive breast milk. Dairy breast milk is the milk squeezed and stored to give to the baby. This is an effective way done by breastfeeding mothers who have outdoor activities. Working mothers are not an obstacle to breastfeeding. Continue reading “Breast milk storage”

The benefits of baby spa

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The benefits of baby spa

What is a baby spa?

SPA is a traditional health effort with a holistic approach, in the form of comprehensive care using a combination of hydrotherapy skills, massage, aromatherapy, and added food services, healthy drinks, and physical activity. So, the meaning of baby spa is treatment or treatment using water as a medium. The stages of the baby spa also use water as a medium. Continue reading “The benefits of baby spa”

How to treat a milk blister

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How to treat a milk blister

After giving birth, the breastfeeding phase is one of the most important things. But sometimes mothers experience problems during breastfeeding. As a result, the baby does not get enough milk. One problem that often occurs is cracked nipple. Cracked nipple or milk blister is pain and blisters on the area of the nipple. Continue reading “How to treat a milk blister”