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Once your little one can grab things, you’ll notice that anything and everything may end up in their mouths! Be mindful that anything smaller than a D size battery, or smaller than the circumference of a 20c coin can become lodged in the windpipe. Reduce choking hazards around the home by considering the following:

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Posted in Toddler Newborn Infants By Baby Bunting

Hyponatraemia, also known as ‘water intoxication’ is a condition that occurs in adults and infants when too much water is consumed without enough nutrients.

This condition occurs more quickly in infants than in adults, due to babies’ underdeveloped kidneys. Too much water can dilute the body’s sodium levels, which in severe cases can lead to seizures, headaches, brain damage or death. But don’t worry! Water intoxication is rare and easy to avoid.

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House plants can keep your home looking lovely and green, and keep the air nice and clean. However, some plants can be harmful or poisonous to infants. Here’s what to keep in mind when decorating your home with plants when you’ve got a baby around.

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Cleaning Your Baby's Nursery

27/09/2021 4:23 PM

While it's true that exposure to germs can build children's immune systems, this doesn't apply until they're a bit older. It's still very important to keep your newborn's environment hygienic and clean. Here are some tips for cleaning in a safe and effective way.

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Posted in Newborn Infants By Baby Bunting

While welcoming a new baby into the world can be a momentous life event and a wonderful moment many people look forward to, it doesn't always go to plan for every family. Some babies are born prematurely or are born into the world with an illness or condition that requires managing before joining their family at home. 

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Posted in Newborn Parents and caregivers By Rahul Gautam

Being the parent of a premature baby can be confronting, but plenty of support is available to you. If you are already the parent of another child, you will need to manage their expectations and understanding around their premature sibling as well as your own. You may experience a bit of a learning curve as you adjust to your new reality, but with the guidance of your hospital team, loved ones and other professionals, most families get through the experience together.

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Posted in Newborn Parents and caregivers By Baby Bunting

Welcoming your baby into the world is often thought of as a joyous event, but those who encounter birth complications may experience trauma, stress or other challenging emotions. A premature birth can make a parent’s experience very layered, a bit confusing and sometimes scary. It’s common for parents of premature babies to struggle mentally, but remember that support is always available. 

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Posted in Newborn Parents and caregivers By Baby Bunting

All About Conjunctivitis

31/05/2021 9:59 AM

Conjunctivitis is an inflammation of the conjunctiva, which is the clear membrane that covers the eye. Conjunctivitis is quite common. In some cases, it is quite contagious, and it is also, fortunately, quite manageable in adults, children, and babies alike.

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Baby's First Cold

31/05/2021 9:54 AM

Your baby’s first cold can be a distressing time, though colds can usually be managed easily. While it’s understandable to feel upset or concerned about your baby’s runny nose, cough, or crankiness, remember that each cold helps to build their immune system. Babies generally have between 5 to 10 colds a year, so the better you become at staying calm, the better your little one’s experience might be. 

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When will my baby grow hair?

Some babies are born with quite a bit of hair! This could be linked to lasting pregnancy hormones (which probably made mum’s hair shiny and strong too). Once pregnancy hormones fade, it’s not unusual for the baby or mum to lose a bit of hair. Don’t worry; it will grow back.

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