Friday, January 21, 2022

Mothers

Breastfeeding mothers should avoid these foods

Family gatherings obviously come with feasting, food and drink, however, if you are breastfeeding your baby, then there are some foods that you might want to steer clear of.

Severe Covid infection in mothers linked to preterm births

The researchers reported that the rate of preterm birth in nearly 1,000 pregnant women, who tested positive for SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes Covid-19, was a function of the severity of infection.

Worried about breastfeeding amidst the pandemic?

. As the months have passed, this concern has been evident in lactating mothers as well.

Andhra Pradesh to vaccinate mothers of children aged below 5

The decision came in the wake of reports that the Covid third wave would have its effect on children, and on the recommendation of a task force committee set up to look into the issue

Covid cuts sleep-hours of working moms, raise workload

Working mothers in the country are now sleeping for only 5.50 hours per day as compared to 6.50 hours every day on average in pre-Covid era (before 2020), a reduction of about 17 per cent.

CM KCR extends Mothers’ Day wishes

He stated that people learn good qualities like patience, love, compassion, and sacrifice from their mothers.

Mother’s Day 2021: Try these last-minute DIY gift ideas for your mom

Selecting the perfect gift can be tough, and even more so now as going to markets is not a good option following the surge in coronavirus cases.

Great Learning launches second edition of #HerFreshStart campaign

The company is offering a scholarship of up to 50 per cent to selected mothers who can enroll for their choice of career-critical programs.

‘Covid vax in 3rd trimester can transfer antibodies to baby’

The small study, published in the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, analysed the blood of 27 pregnant women who had received either the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine in their third trimester

Mothers’ exposure to toxic linked to autistic-like behaviours in kids

In this study, published in the American Journal of Epidemiology, the team measured the levels of 25 chemicals in blood and urine samples collected from 1,861 Canadian women during the first trimester of pregnancy.

Women reported decreased happiness during COVID-19 pandemic: Study

The COVID-19 pandemic has fundamentally altered how people spend time, with possible consequences for subjective well-being.

Paid maternity leave linked to long-term health benefits

Maternity leave also had positive effects on infant mental health and development.

‘Pregnancy and having baby made me better person’: Sania Mirza

The winner of six grand slam titles could not resist herself from relating to Serena Williams after watching the documentary 'Being Serena'.

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