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How much sleep does your baby need?

Aug 22, 2019
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by: Dr. Sorabh Goel
Consultant - Neonatology-Paras Bliss, Panchkula
Sleeping is one of the best things that humans have. Be it an infant, a child or an adult, sleeping is a relaxing and energy-grabbing exercise but in babies, the privilege is more. But there is a prescribed amount of sleep that needs to be taken in any age. As a new parent, you are … Continue reading How much sleep does your baby need?

Breast feeding tips

Aug 21, 2019
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by: Dr. Monica Agarwal
Sr. Consultant Obstetrics & Gynecology - Paras Bliss, Panchkula
Breastfeeding is the best gift for the new-born but at the same time it requires a lot of effort from the mother and the family to make it successful. With good advice and little help, it can be done with ease. Here are few tips- Start early preferably within 1 hour of delivery. In case … Continue reading Breast feeding tips

Importance of Breast Milk

Aug 19, 2019
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by: Dr. Surinder Kaur Gambhir
Sr. Consultant - Obstetrics & Gynecology Paras Bliss, Panchkula
Breast milk is the natural, unequalled high balance of carbohydrate, proteins, fats, vitamins and minerals that is easier to digest and absorb by your baby. Colostrum, the breast milk produced immediately after delivery is the perfect first food for your baby as it is filled with antibodies and immunoglobulin A (IgA). Thus, breast milk, boosts … Continue reading Importance of Breast Milk

Preventing the “lazy eye”

Amblyopic also commonly known as “lazy eye” is one of the leading causes of visual disability amongst children. It generally develops starting from birth up to age of 7 years which is the time when the child’s visual system is developing. Lazy eye develops because of abnormal visual experience early in life that changes the … Continue reading Preventing the “lazy eye”

Understanding Neonatal Jaundice

Aug 10, 2019
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by: Dr. Sorabh Goel
Consultant - Neonatology-Paras Bliss, Panchkula
Jaundice in the new-born happens when too much of a natural chemical called Bilirubin builds up in the baby’s blood. Bilirubin is made when the red blood cells reach the end of their life span and breakdown to release bilirubin. New-born red cells containing the foetal haemoglobin are being actively replaced by red cells containing … Continue reading Understanding Neonatal Jaundice

Vaccination related to pregnancy

Aug 09, 2019
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by: Dr. Monica Agarwal
Sr. Consultant Obstetrics & Gynecology - Paras Bliss, Panchkula
When planning a pregnancy, it is very important to prepare the body. Also, it is need of hour that one safeguards themselves from any kind of illness to have a healthy pregnancy. One such important thing that needs to be made an important part of this journey is vaccinations. Vaccination is an integral part of … Continue reading Vaccination related to pregnancy

Eight tips for losing weight after pregnancy

Aug 08, 2019
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by: Dr. Surinder Kaur Gambhir
Sr. Consultant - Obstetrics & Gynecology Paras Bliss, Panchkula
Pregnancy can often result in weight gain and it can be more challenging for women to lose weight after pregnancy. Here are a few simple tips that can help in weight loss. Eat Regular Meals: Make sure you eat a healthy and balanced diet instead of cutting out on food. This can be the best … Continue reading Eight tips for losing weight after pregnancy

What foods to you avoid while breastfeeding

Aug 07, 2019
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During the lactation period, women require around 600 calories worth extra diet on a daily basis in 0-6 months of the baby and around 520 calories extra in 6-12 months. Major nutrients such as iron, calcium, potassium and vitamin A and D, are beneficial when breastfeeding. Some diet foods during breastfeeding – Mercury:Including fish in … Continue reading What foods to you avoid while breastfeeding

Hepatitis in children

Aug 01, 2019
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by: Dr. Mukesh Kumar
Consultant Paediatrician
Hepatitis is a syndromic presentation of liver diseases caused by infectious, inflammatory, metabolic, toxins, etc. Among infectious ones, viral hepatitis is most common and is caused by hepatitis virus A, B, C, D, E etc. As per WHO data, viral hepatitis B and C affect 325 million people worldwide causing 1.4 million deaths a year. … Continue reading Hepatitis in children

Questions to ask at your first Obstetrics & Gynecology appointment/first prenatal check up

Jul 29, 2019
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by: Dr. Monica Agarwal
Sr. Consultant Obstetrics & Gynecology - Paras Bliss, Panchkula
Once the pregnancy test is positive, it’s time to plan your first prenatal visit. Choose your doctor and hospital according to the hygiene, services and expertise in the field. You may have many doubts in your mind, so the list of questions you should ask your doctor is as follows: Who will do the delivery? … Continue reading Questions to ask at your first Obstetrics & Gynecology appointment/first prenatal check up
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