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Importance of Breastfeeding & Nutrients Sources...

Learn about the many benefits of breastfeeding and how it's the finest source of nutrition for your baby. Discover tips and tricks for successful breastfeeding.

Importance of Breastfeeding & Nutrients Sources...

Learn about the many benefits of breastfeeding and how it's the finest source of nutrition for your baby. Discover tips and tricks for successful breastfeeding.

Colostrum — The First Vaccine For Baby

Colostrum is the first breast milk produced & secreted by a mother after the delivery of a baby. It is a thick and yellowish sticky fluid that is different from normal...

Colostrum — The First Vaccine For Baby

Colostrum is the first breast milk produced & secreted by a mother after the delivery of a baby. It is a thick and yellowish sticky fluid that is different from normal...

Child Obesity — An Epidemic And Increasing Conc...

Child obesity is one of the most concerning areas and an epidemic in India. Studies revealed that ~12% of children are obese between the 2yr to 4yr age group. Obesity is...

Child Obesity — An Epidemic And Increasing Conc...

Child obesity is one of the most concerning areas and an epidemic in India. Studies revealed that ~12% of children are obese between the 2yr to 4yr age group. Obesity is...

Immunity — Defence System To Keep Baby Healthy

Immunity in children is most important for their development & growth. High immunity saves children from getting sick which helps them to grow healthy.

Immunity — Defence System To Keep Baby Healthy

Immunity in children is most important for their development & growth. High immunity saves children from getting sick which helps them to grow healthy.

Breastfeeding — The Finest Nutrients Source For...

Breast milk has all the required nutrition that a baby’s body demands and is sufficient for babies for the first 6 months.

Breastfeeding — The Finest Nutrients Source For...

Breast milk has all the required nutrition that a baby’s body demands and is sufficient for babies for the first 6 months.