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Baby Eye Problems

16th December 2011
Most parents, when seeing their baby for the first time, are especially eager to get a look at her eyes. Unfortunately, they seldom get a very good look. In the first place, most babies keep their eyes closed most of the time. In the second, babies are ve... Read >
Author: Rashid Javed

What Is Wrong With My Baby's Unusual Head Size?

19th September 2011
There is a condition that causes a baby's head to become misshapen or have a flat spot and is known as plagiocephaly. The most common type is positional plagiocephaly and happens when a baby's head develops a flat spot because of pressure on that area. Ba... Read >
Author: Gen Wright

3 Quick Tips to Relieve Coccyx Pain

23rd June 2011
The coccyx is usually referred to as the tailbone because of its location, appearance and functions. Sometimes, because of accidents or simple everyday activities that puts unnecessary pressure and friction to our tailbone, they may become bruised or dama... Read >
Author: John Dembly

Gonorrhea and the Women Suffering from it

29th September 2010
Gonorrhea is brought on by Neisseria gonorrhoeae, a gram positive diplococcus bacteria that grow on columnar intermediary epithelium of the mucous casing. Symptoms begin following a two to seven day incubation period. In males, they contain urethritis whi... Read >
Author: Luke Chang

Parents Of Stillborn Baby Sue Physician For Malpractice In Use Of Vacuum Extractor During Childbirth

23rd September 2010
Each state has unique laws concerning medical malpractice or wrongful death cases resulting from a stillbirth. In certain states the father has no standing to file a claim, only the mother can file a case. In several states a mother is only able to pursue... Read >
Author: J. Hernandez

Pregnancy symptoms and Labor signs

14th April 2010
For most women pregnancy is the most exciting time in their life and the symptoms begin for some women immediately after conception in different ways. However, there are signs and symptoms to watch out for which include missed menstrual period, frequent... Read >
Author: Rekus

How To Alleviate The Pain Of A Posterior Positioned Baby

06th June 2009
More and more women are entering into their birth journey with a posterior positioned baby. Now you may be asking what this is. When you go to your health professional to have a check up towards the end of your pregnancy, you are measured, your baby's hea... Read >
Author: Loretta

Pregnancy Massage Therapy - Using Acupressure to Induce Labor

15th April 2009
Childbirth... often a source of anxiety and stress for women coming up on their due date. But what if there were a way to relieve labor pain, increase dilation, and create a faster and safer birthing process? Learning how to do maternity acupressure to in... Read >
Author: Aurelia McAleese

Inducing Acupressure - Online Reflexology Course for a Safer, Shorter Delivery

09th April 2009
Since ancient times, reflexology has been applied to help stress, health, and well being in the human body. Recent techniques in pregnancy acupressure have also been proven to reduce labor symptoms, enhance natural contractions, and greatly help in easing... Read >
Author: Aurelia McAleese

How to Tell If You Have Early Labor Pains

14th October 2008
When you are nearing the end of your pregnancy, you will likely have many aches and pains and you think that each one is the beginning of labor. Some early labor pains are not labor at all, but false labor, which is called Braxton-Hicks contractions. They... Read >
Author: Ling Tong

Your Time is Almost Up When Youre 37 Weeks Pregnant

08th September 2008
Your doctor has probably informed you that you can go into labour at any time once you are 37 weeks pregnant. A baby born at this stage of the pregnancy is considered to be full term. The baby is fully developed and is positioned in the birth canal. You m... Read >
Author: Ling Tong

Know What to Expect At 32 Weeks Pregnant

08th September 2008
If this is your first pregnancy, you are probably wondering what you can expect to feel like when you are 32 weeks pregnant. The baby has been kicking quite a bit lately and your belly has become larger. If you were to see your baby on an ultrasound at th... Read >
Author: Ling Tong

Shih Tzu - Birth Process I

25th March 2008
The first puppy in either the right or left horn of the uterus is lifted into the birth canal and then detaches from the wall of the uterus. When this happens, in a normal delivery, the puppy will seem to "pop" out sometimes all at once, sometim... Read >
Author: ParamS

Shih Tzu Difficult Wet Delivery

14th January 2006
While your Shih Tzu is doing her part with the delivery, you can gently but firmly grip the Shih Tzu puppy's sac with the aid of a towel or diaper. Hold the Shih Tzu puppy in a position of presentation to prevent it from being withdrawn back into the bi... Read >
Author: Connie Limon

Shih Tzu - Birth Process/Difficult Deliveries

06th December 2005
Most Shih Tzu puppies present themselves normally at birth. There are times, very few times, of which I have experienced with the Shih Tzu, that required assistance. Usually the most difficult Shih Tzu puppy birth is the first one. Delivery of a dry Shih ... Read >
Author: Connie Limon
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