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Monthly Archives: May 2016

Do you think that sleeping with the baby in the same bed is a good idea?

Detective Dione Thompson from Washington with this video wanted to show that it’s not a good idea to mothers sleep with their babies in the same bed. She was recording a woman sleeping alone on the bed, and all her movements and turning during sleep. And finally recording the message: “Do you still think that sleeping with the baby in the …

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5 Ways to Increase The Serotonin In Your Brain

Neurotransmitters are chemicals that transmit signals from one brain area to another, and serotonin acts exactly like these chemicals in the brain. It is considered that serotonin affects various psychological and other functions in the body, including cells related to appetite, sexual desire, mood, memory, sleep, learning, some behavior, and temperature regulation. This brain chemical is usually related to depression, …

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‘I just wanted to calm her’: Mother’s incredible sacrifice as she refused to take painkillers for her injuries after a serious car accident just so she could breastfeed her distressed baby girl

A mother who was rushed to hospital after a serious car crash with her newborn baby refused strong painkillers for more than four hours so she could breastfeed her daughter. Danni Bett was travelling with two-month-old Indi on the outskirts of Christchurch, New Zealand, when she lost control of her vehicle and smashed into a metal fence, ‘totalling’ the car. …

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Study Says: Ginger Destroys Cancerous Cells More Effectively Than Any Cancer Drug

Similar to its cousin spice, turmeric, which has a strong anti-cancer effect, ginger is largely known for its incredible ability to shrink tumors. Amazingly, studies have shown that it is even more effective than many drugs used in the cancer therapies, that are now considered to be completely ineffective and it is believed that these actually accelerate the death of …

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Breast Health: Right Age To Have Your First Child?

Deciding when to have a baby is never simple. Pregnancy at any age has its own advantages and disadvantages. Considering the fact that as you age, your breasts change along with the rest of your body. In your 20s, your breasts are firm and have good elasticity and tone. If you’re trying to get pregnant in your 20s, time is on your …

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Does Breastfeeding Cause Saggy Breasts?

The challenges of being on call for a hungry tummy makes breastfeeding an annoyance sometimes, but for most mothers it still counts as a happy experience. Then, after months of having a baby suckle at the breast, the worry of sagging breasts seems to become a reality. But is age, weight, diet, exercise, or genetics ‒ rather than breastfeeding ‒ …

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New Research Says It’s Time To Stop Masturbating So Much

It’s tough to approach an issue like masturbation. People usually don’t want to talk about it. Thank goodness we have science to start the conversation! Some science indicates that routine masturbation is a good thing. There are verified benefits of a regular release including better prostate health and lower stress levels. But just like any good thing, too much can …

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Facebook: Please Stop Shaming Breastfeeding Women With Your Policies

When I’m working with moms who want to breastfeed, or already are breastfeeding, one of the last frontiers — so to speak — is breastfeeding in public. Many first-time moms have the opinion that wearing a nursing cover is the way to go when out in public, or they might opt to pump a bottle ahead of the outing. But …

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Powerful Healthy Bomb Of Vitamins, Minerals, Fibers…

Okra is a tall-growing vegetable that traces its origin from ancient Ethiopia (Abyssinia) through to Eastern Mediterranean, India, the Americas and the Caribbean. Parts of the plant (immature okra pods) are widely used vegetables in tropical countries and are typically used for making soups, stews or as a fried/boiled vegetable. This incredible plant named okra, gumbo or lady’s finger is …

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