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  • When do babies start walking

    Tuesday 13,
    JUNE
    2017

    Knowing when do babies start walking is a common doubt amongst parents. The exact age at which children start walking varies from one child to another. Each infant learns at their own pace but generally babies begin to crawl around 10 months of age and start walking between 12 and 15 months. Learning will be much more easier if you encourage and support your baby at all times.

  • Where to go on vacation with a baby

    Tuesday 06,
    JUNE
    2017

    Summer is coming, are you thinking where to go on vacation with a baby? Vacations have to be planned very good when there’s a baby in the family. The beach, the mountain… any destination may be a good choice to go with babies if you have plan it the right way and you adapt to its needs. Liip gives you some advice so you can enjoy the summer holidays with another member in the family.

  • How to lower a fever in a child

    Tuesday 30,
    MAY
    2017

    Fever is a body’s defense mechanism to an infection. In most occasions it doesn’t suppose any problem and it isn’t always necessarily to beat it. However, knowing if your baby has a fever is one of the most worrying questions for all parents, that’s why if you observe that your baby has a fever, you can follow this tips about how to lover a fever in a child in order to make him feel better.

  • Preparing for pregnancy: gynecologist Ana Marbella advices

    Tuesday 23,
    MAY
    2017

    Having a baby after a certain age presents more risks, that’s why having a medical check-up before pregnancy is necessary in order to have a correct development through pregnancy. We had the opportunity to interview Dr. Marbella, obstetrician and gynecologist, who is very committed in caring for women during its fertile stage, and she explained us the importance of preparing for pregnancy.

  • Symptoms of bronchitis in children

    Tuesday 16,
    MAY
    2017

    Bronchitis is an inflammation of the lining of your bronchial tubes, which carry air to and from your lungs. Generally it is caused by a virus or a bacteria and may last several days or weeks. The most evident symptoms of bronchitis in babies are persistent cough, difficulty in breathing, general malaise and, sometimes, fever.

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