Tag Archive for: women

Not sure what to expect when you become a dad/father for the first time? A positive pregnancy test can be scary, overwhelming, exciting, and nerve-wracking for first-time dads just as much as it is for first-time moms. Even though nine months might seem like enough time to plan and get ready for a baby, that time goes by fast.

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“You just had a baby! You should be happy”-says everyone in the world. But what if you felt sad, or even depressed while going through this? Don’t think badly of yourself. Ever heard of baby blues?

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baby travel

Ramadan is about to reach its end, and most of us are probably getting busier now that we can go back to our hometown for Hari Raya! There are definitely new parents in the thick of all of this who are just getting used to packing before returning to their homeland. Listen, we understand that this may seem tedious and repetitive, but trust us when we say that putting this at the top of your list will pay you in the long term. What’s ‘this’? Why, your newborn baby essentials for travel, of course!

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manage as a career mom

Back in the day, it was a norm that moms quit their job. It is so that they’ll have time to manage to be available for their kids. However, thanks to the progress of time, where we are seeing a lot of shift towards improving gender equality in society, we see more and more moms working while still being present moms. Now more commonly dubbed as career mom, these working moms come with multiple challenges and struggles.

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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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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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Unlike ‘real’ teas, herbal teas don’t contain caffeine, but they do host a myriad of other health benefits. Hailed as ‘medicine in a mug’, they were even used to cure many medical ailments in the past.

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