Essential reading for Women and Children Health

On January 15, 2014

Importance of Folic Acid during the First Trimester

Every woman naturally pays special attention to her diet and lifestyle as soon as she discovers she is pregnant.  While it’s important to eat healthy during pregnancy, it is particularly important to eat foods that provide all the necessary nutrients necessary to ensure normal development of the baby and the mother’s good health. Folic acid is […]

On January 3, 2014

Preparing for Motherhood

Pregnancy comes as a surprise to some women. For others, it is a result of much planning and waiting. If you and your spouse are ready for the pattering of little feet around your house, here’s what you should know before trying to conceive. Stop the pill If you have been using contraceptives in the form […]

On December 13, 2013

Reasons to immunize your child

Many parents come up with excuses for delaying their child’s immunization (vaccination)or skipping it entirely. Some parents feel their babies are too young and delicate to receive strong vaccinations, some find it extremely difficult to see their child go through the procedure. Difficult as it may seem, if you are a parent it is important that […]

On December 9, 2013

ADVANCED WOMEN AND CHILD HEALTHCARE CENTRE

Making motherhood a blissful experience, Motherhood Indiranagar Women require unique and specialised health care in every stage of life; some for themselves and some for their children. With a view to providing women in Bangalore a healthcare facility close to home, Motherhood , Bangalore inaugurated the new wing of their Indiranagar facility on 14th November 2013. The facility known […]

On November 20, 2013

Teaching Your Child Good Manners

They say parents are the first teachers in the life of a child. That is why it is important to start inculcating good behaviour in your child as early as possible. Good behaviour can be taught at any time and any place, at family meals, outings, etc. In this blog we provide parents basic tips […]

On November 11, 2013

Tips for Feeding Fussy Infants &Toddlers

Looking after a toddler can be an overwhelming task in more ways than one. Not only do you have to deal with your hyperactive kid who’s extremely curious about everything that he comes across, feeding time can seem like a long battle – often lost to the young explorer.  You might be cooking up the […]

On November 5, 2013

Bonding With Your Unborn Baby

You might not be able to see your baby while you’re pregnant, but you might be delighted to know that your baby can feel your movements and hear your voice from as early as 20 weeks. New born babies are known to differentiate the voice of their mothers from other voices. Although there is no […]

On October 17, 2013

Introducing solid foods to your baby

A baby’s digestive system is not ready for solid food until after the baby is about 4 to 6 months old. Until then it is recommended that the baby is exclusively breast-fed or formula-fed. Breast milk or formula milk has the nourishment and calories required for your baby’s development in the first 6 months of […]

On October 10, 2013

Tips to Tackle Pregnancy Stress

Pregnancy is an experience that defines the essence of womanhood. If you are pregnant you could be experiencing a mixed bag of emotions. You feel extremely excited about the day you will hold your little bundle of joy in your arms and on the other hand you have a myriad of anxieties. Listed below are […]