Sadly, there is a campaign in the media (including social media) of dividing new mothers into two camps ‚Äì those who breast feed and those who don't. We don't want to add fuel to this. Instead, we just want to point out the advantages (as they arise) to those who choose to breastfeed and are able to do so. This is no reflection on those mothers-to-be who are unable to, or decide against, for whatever reason
Skin conditions are on the rise and especially eczema. Some parents of children with eczema have made the connection between a nightly bath and the appearance of rough, itchy patches of skin on their bodies.
Thread veins are also known as ‚ÄúSpider Veins‚Äù or ‚ÄúBroken Veins‚Äù. Many who develop thread veins find them embarrassing or unsightly and really wish they could do something about them. They are normally found on the legs but can also appear on the breasts, arms and even the face. They are more likely in women than in men.
We all know in our heart of hearts that breast milk is best for babies, being perfectly suited to both nourish babies and protect them from illness as well as providing strong and early bonding between mother and baby.
Although pregnancy can be a happy and fulfilling time, there are definitely some downsides to being pregnant and the onset of varicose veins, or even spider veins, is one of them. We share more information about the symptoms and what you can do to help relieve them...