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Foods that heal skin disorders

Category: Food

Our skin protects our body from intrusion of harmful foreign substances, water and bacteria to the inner organs. It also helps in detoxification and cooling of body through sweat. The melanin pigment that is responsible for skin color helps in filtering the harmful UV rays from the sun. The skin is kept soft and flexible Read More…

Broken Wheat with Veggies

Category: Food Healthy Recipes Lunchbox Recipes

This is a high fiber and nutritious recipe, but this takes more time to cook. So try this only when you are sure you have 30 – 40 minutes to spare! You may modify this recipe to your child’s taste preferences, like adding any other vegetable, or spices and seasonings. Related posts: Rice with vegetables Read More…

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Staying Childfree

Category: Trends

About several years ago, this came up in a conversation with a friend who talked about staying childfree and would like to spend life “freely without restrictions, and more time and resources for self”. I’ve been curious about this again recently after seeing this topic come up during conversations with my other friends who don’t Read More…

Egg Salad Sandwiches

Category: Food Healthy Recipes Lunchbox Recipes

Ingredients hard boiled eggs 5 cabbage 1/4 finely chopped carrot 1 grated… See More spring onions.. 2-3 (optional) mayonnaise 4 tbsp. sour cream 2 tbsp pepper to taste,, sugar just a pinch. Method mix all the ingredients well ,, it should not b to runny or tooo dry,,,consistency well enough to coat all the ingredients,, Read More…

Safe Bathing for Newborns

Category: Infants (0-3 months)

A newborn is very delicate. Her head has to be supported all the time as she is yet to develop the strength to balance her head on her neck. Bathing a newborn is therefore difficult, if you do not have a properly designed bath tub or a seat to support the baby while you bathe Read More…

Protect your skin from Sun

Category: Skin Care

Besides good nutrition, skin needs to be protected from pollutants, radiation and harsh weather, which can damage skin structure. Sun’s rays during hot weather are very harmful to skin. The UV radiation can damage skin structure and produce premature wrinkles, tanned skin and extreme exposure can lead to photodermatoses and other skin diseases. Here are Read More…

Rice with vegetables

Category: Baby First Food Recipes

This recipe is very healthy and filling for your baby. You may prepare as much quantity as you require. The quantity of ingredients here is enough to fill up a single bowl. Ingredients: Rice –  ½ cup Vegetables – Carrot (1/4th), beans (3-4), potato (1/4th), green peas (very few), cauliflower ( just a little) Water Read More…

Cooking Oils and Smoke Point

Category: Food

Smoke point of any cooking oil is the temperature at which the oil starts to break down, produces smoke (which irritates eyes and throat) and contains lots of harmful Related posts: Losing weight the healthy way Second Month – The new life gets a heartbeat

Fourth Month – The baby Smiles

Category: The Nine Months

With this month the second trimester begins, and it consists of weeks 13 to 16 of pregnancy. The second trimester is the most comfortable phase of pregnancy for moms-to-be. Read the given table to know more about the fourth month of pregnancy. Related posts: Third Month – The baby begins movement! First Month – The Read More…

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Childhood Obesity

Category: Health Lifestyle

Obesity or being overweight is not just limited to adults, and the number of children being reported obese has been increasing over the past few years in many parts of the world. About 10% of children worldwide are either overweight or obese [1]. Obese children are more likely to become obese adults. Obesity is known Read More…

Keeping the Brain Healthy

Category: Happiness and Emotional Well Being

Our brain is the most complex organ, and has extremely amazing functionality. It has the ability to revive itself, regenerate and preserve itself at all times in a person’s life. Age does not affect brain health and vitality and this is a fact against a myth that brain cannot develop further after a certain age. Read More…

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Educating children on Money and Banking

Category: Schools and Academics

Educating children about money and increasing their financial literacy has lots of benefits. Children who remain uninformed about financial matters and who do not develop financial skills early in life may lag behind in financial management skills in their adulthood. Financial skills are as important as academics but are sometimes ignored. These skills are important Read More…