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Being Baba: When to introduce your kids to superhero comic books

Superhero comic books: The movies, TV shows and comics today are meant for adults and you have to be really careful when introducing really young children to them. However, pretty much all superhero characters have kid-friendly versions of their stories.

How to prevent dehydration and heatstroke in children during summer

Heatstroke and dehydration in summer: Here are some ways to protect your child from the summer heat and ensure they are in good health during the season.

How to use baby wipes to keep your newborn fresh in summers

How to use baby wipes in summers: Among the common problems your baby can face in summer are heat rashes, diaper rashes, and dry skin. Sweat can clog the pores of your baby's delicate skin. In this case, baby wipes can come handy for a quick clean-up.

How to protect your child from seasonal allergies

How to avoid seasonal allergies in children: Children have a comparatively weaker immune system. Seasonal allergy symptoms occur when airborne bacteria and pollen enter the eyes, nose and throat and pose an allergic reaction.

Summer vacation: Get your kids off the screen to explore these activities

Summer vacation for kids: It may not be easy for parents to ban their children completely from watching TV or playing games on their phones. However, they can induce gradual changes by introducing some activities to their schedule.

How not to turn meal times into a power struggle

Your child doesn't like those beans the first time around? Don't stop serving them and instead re-introduce them at an appropriate time. Also serve small portions and encourage your child to try a bite without nagging or forcing.

Easy and delicious croissant recipes your child will love

Recipes for kids: Try these easy chocolate and raspberry croissant recipes at home and enjoy it with your child. These are filling and a great snack for sudden hunger pangs.

‘A baby’s skull is squeezed during vaginal birth’

Vaginal birth: As per the findings of a study, the baby's head becomes the shape of sugarloaf--an elongated cone with a rounded tip at one end--to get through the pelvis.

Kate Middleton talks about why new parents feel ‘a sense of isolation’ when a child is born

Kate Middleton, mother to Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, acknowledged the "sense of isolation" most new parents face, in a letter to child development experts she is collaborating with.

Give up on the guilt and accept that there’s no perfect parent

Being a parent today means being constantly bombarded with opinions and advice. Learn how to cope by drowning out the noise and trusting your instincts.

Coding improves logical thinking, says mom of 9-year-old boy who created health app

Meet Vyom Bagrecha, who made an app at the age of nine with the help of his coding teacher. We spoke to Vyom and his mother Sandeepa to know the benefits of coding and how making the right use of technology can impact children.

From crawling to standing: Simple ways to develop gross motor skills in babies

Motor skill development for infants: Usually, babies start standing with some support by the age of six to 10 months. But what if the baby hasn't attempted standing up till eight months?