Baby Teeth

Most baby teeth don’t start erupting until around 6-9 months of age and they can appear tiny and insignificant. Baby teeth last a lot longer. The front teeth may fall out at age 6 or 7, but the backs ones stay until you’re 12 or 13. They are also really important for guiding the development and positioning of the secondary teeth. Enamel is the protective outer layer of the tooth. In some kids they don’t form properly, leaving them to tooth sensitivity and decay. But the bigge ..

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Daily Health

Maintaining the daily hygiene of the newborn is very important. The health factor is associated with the hygiene of the baby. Let us go through some of the important tips for the daily health of your child. Immunization protects against bacterial and viral attacks and thus considered as an essential protection for your baby. Babies can be immunized by a GP or at a baby health centre at 4 months, 6 months and 12 months. The Maternity Immunization Allowance is only payable once you hav ..

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Babies Skin Care and Hair Care

Babies are born with wonderfully smooth and soft skin. Some babies' skin are more sensitive than others. You'll need to take special care, especially when your baby has sensitive skin. Use all-natural diapers. It is also recommended to use diapers indicated for sensitive skin (hypo-allergenic). Avoid using wipes as they can make sensitive skin very red and uncomfortable for your baby. Use cotton balls dipped in warm water to clean your baby's diaper area instead of using wipes. But, always  ..

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