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17 Grand Slam titles and “still improving”

Posted by Neha Agrawal at

At the US Open 2015 award ceremony, #Federer spoke about how his game was moving in the right direction. To me his statement was food for thought! Is there a lesson here for us and our little ones?

US Open 2015 Final_Djokovic versus Federer_Is there a lesson for us

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ABCD of Parenting

Posted by Neha Agrawal at

You would all agree, becoming and being parents does NOT come with download and installation instructions. Leave alone, damage control for all the virus attacks and hijack attempts. Is there ever a finale moment in any aspect of our lives, with no more scope for growth?

ABC of Parenting

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Precautions for Pregnant Women During Monsoons

Posted by Neha Agrawal at

Monsoons without debate bring respite to pregnant women from the scorching heat, with summers being hotter for them than others due to varying hormone levels. However, monsoons are also a season which make pregnant women prone to ailments and diseases. Dr. Shashi Goyal of Bombay Hospital advises our pregnant women of some necessary precautions and preventions to avoid complications and more trips to the doctors.

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Honest Confessions Of A Young Mother

Posted by Gisele Castelino at

Dear Fellow Young Mothers, no one will tell you the below. It is time for us to accept, embrace and thrive!!!

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Awareness About Pre-eclampsia

Posted by Gisele Castelino at

Elora de Bondi is possibly the smallest baby born alive in Australia. She weighed 319 grams when she was delivered in January.

Pre-eclampsia (a potentially life-threatening condition) only affects 5% of pregnant women. I discovered this by chance. Thankfully, my story had a happy-ending, but I hope my experience helps create much-required awareness.

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