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After spending so many days in the NICU, finally, it’s time for your precious little one to follow you home! But you may feel a little worried and anxious about caring for your preemie (preterm baby) at home, especially if they seem so weak and fragile compared to your normal conception of a healthy baby. So, what are the precautions you should take so your baby grows up happy, healthy, and safe from harm?

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When you think of pregnancy side effects, it’s usually the most common ones that come to mind, such as nausea, backaches, joint pain, morning sickness, sleep deprivation and the like. Aside from these symptoms, there are actually a whole lot more side effects you may not know about. 

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Did you know that sugar addiction is real and it is 8x times more addictive than cocaine? 

Here’s how you can find out if any of your children are addicted to sugar and how to help them reduce their sugar intake.

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According to TheStar, cervical cancer is the second most common cancer that accounts for 12.9% of all women cancers in Malaysia. The main cause is the human papillomavirus (HPV), which lingers in the body over time and turns normal cells cancerous.

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If you’re a proud baby mama who’s going shopping for baby clothes for the first time in your life, this is the most important and the only guide you’ll need to choose the best and most comfortable outfits for your little one.

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Just because your baby gets fussy and cries often doesn’t mean that you’re not doing your absolute best looking after your newborn as a new parent. Here are 6 simple ways to soothe your baby when they cry.

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Bathtime is the best time for your baby to get a-splashing! 

As new parents, baby bathtime can seem like a Great Big Task, especially if your baby doesn’t seem to like taking baths very much. A bath should be calming and relaxing, not agitating and frustrating. So, what can you do to make them less fussy whenever bathtime rolls around? 

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October is breast cancer awareness month

One of the most common forms of cancer affecting women in Malaysia is breast cancer. Approximately 1 out of every 19 females develop breast cancer in their lifetime. Although breast cancer predominantly affects women, males may also get it too, but at a significantly lower percentage than women.

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Pregnant women use up a lot of energy and also lose a lot of blood when giving birth. It isn’t unusual for them to look pale and tired after a few intense hours on the delivery bed. Besides the painful aftermath of childbirth, their body is also learning to produce breastmilk for the first time, which means that their confinement diet should consist of more essential nutrients than before.

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家里增添新成员确实令人雀跃不已,然而,对初为人父母者而言,照顾新生儿可一点儿也不简单,对比较有经验的家长也是如此。这是因为每一位宝宝都是独一无二的,肯定为你带来全新的育婴体验。

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