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Monthly Archives: April 2016

‘Why wouldn’t you want to be the one that pulls the baby from your womb?’

Sarah Downs will never forget the moment she delivered her own baby via caesarean section. With the help of her doctor, the Queensland mother lifted her daughter out of her womb and pulled her straight on to her chest. The first time mum revealed she was unable to give birth naturally, and a maternal-assisted caesarean made her birthing experience more personal. ‘I wanted …

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The little girl allergic to EVERYTHING: Toddler’s rare condition means mum has to hold her all day because she ‘can’t risk her eating a crumb’

A 14-month-old girl has a rare condition that makes her allergic to all foods, even her mother’s breast milk. Since birth, Lola Boyd has been unable to feed without experiencing an allergic reaction. The little girl has a condition where her gut cannot process food proteins called food protein-induced enterocolitis syndrome, also known as FPIES. Her mother, Karina Bannigan, said …

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The Beauty Of Motherhood: Photography That Shook The Internet Community

Photographer Jade shared photos on Facebook of breastfeeding mothers, and one of them for only one day managed to collect 9000 likes, but also to be removed. Following the publication of the book “Project beautiful bodies: The bodies of mothers”, in which proud mothers posing with their babies without modification of the image editing programs, without corsets and no makeup, …

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Caffeine And Breastfeeding

Is it safe to have caffeine while I’m breastfeeding? Yes, but don’t overdo it. When caffeine enters your bloodstream, a small amount of it (usually less than 1 percent) ends up in your breast milk. The amount in your milk peaks a couple of hours after you consume it. Since your newborn’s body can’t easily break down and get rid …

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After You Watch This You Will Never Buy Cough Drops Ever Again!

As winter has settled in, it’s important to be prepared for the colds and flu it brings about. As these respiratory conditions are quite common during the winter season, having the right tool at home can save you lots of energy and visits to the doctor. It often happens that even after a cold ends, there’s a persistent cough that …

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70-Year-Old Woman Gives Birth After 50 yrs of barrenness

Rajo Devi-70 years old woman became the oldest  in recorded history to ever give birth. Married for 50 years, she had been trying, without success, to have a child for much of that time, until she entered menopause (which was 20 years ago). “We longed for a child all these years and now we are very happy to have one.” …

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