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Swaddling made easy for baby and you!

Posted by SupportSupport on 2 Nov 15

Read how Love To Swaddle UP is revolutionising swaddling to make your baby's sleep calmer and longer!

Cord blood and cord lining banking – what is it and why should you consider it?

Posted by NalikaNalika on 22 Sep 15

Get informed about the benefits of cord blood and lining storage and where you can get it done in Singapore.

Mums, regular health screenings can help keep you and your loved ones healthy

Posted by Dinah Amira NordinDinah Amira Nordin on 20 Aug 15

Good health is a blessing that should not be taken for granted. It is important that we take care of ourselves and our families so that we can all spend quality time.

7 Parenting tips that all mums and dads should know!

Posted by RaisaTanRaisaTan on 5 Aug 15

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Your pregnancy week by week: Week 42

Posted by Mary Anne HoMary Anne Ho on 3 Jul 15

Week 41 has passed and your baby is still in your belly. There is no reason worry; fewer than 5% of babies are actually born on their due date. This week you're going to get more attention than usual as your physician monitors your overdue baby more closely. What's happening to your body? You may be concerned that the pregnancy is taking too long, but studies show than 70% of post-term pregnancies aren't post-term at all. The confusion is…
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Your pregnancy week by week: Week 41

Posted by Divya ManiarDivya Maniar on

If your baby hasn't checked out at Week 40, don't be too worried. He or she is just one of the 50% of babies that opt to stay cozy in the womb a little bit past the due date. You, however, probably feel overworked and exhausted. What's happening to your body? By now, your body is ready for birth. You've probably been briefed about labour inductions already—but that doesn't ensure that you won't just end up going into labour…
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Your pregnancy week by week: Week 38

Posted by Mary Anne HoMary Anne Ho on

Your baby has grown another 2.5 cm in length and has gotten some 200g heavier since Week 37. Just about two more weeks until you get to see your little one! What's happening to your body right now: With two weeks left to go, your body is getting ready for life with baby. One way this happens is with leaky breasts, which many pregnant women experience. Your breasts are actually leaking colostrum, a thin yellowish liquid that is the precursor to breast milk. Colostrum is packed…
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Your pregnancy week by week: Week 37

Posted by Mary Anne HoMary Anne Ho on

Similar to Week 36, your baby has put on about 200g over the last one week. At Week 37, the average foetus weighs about 3 kg. Growth continues to slow, but he's not done growing yet. Until the end of Week 38, babies are still considered 'early term'. What's happening to your body right now: Your physician is probably going to start guessing when labour will begin. Signs of labour include dilation and effacement. Dilation refers to how far…
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