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    “Why Should you Travel with your kids?” Guest Post by Arushi Seth!

    Travel with kids is looked at by many parents as the most cumbersome task. There are many who feel restricted when they travel with kids. There are others who think it is wasting money as they might not remember many things. But, the fact is, when you travel with kids, you not only give them an exposure to a new world but also them grow. Travel has a great impact on child development and thus, is an important part of their growing up.  Travel with Kids is Important  There are many benefits of travelling with kids. You introduce them to a various cultures, new food, beautiful landscapes and of course,…

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    #IUGR Awarenessday- “Raising My IUGR Baby”- Guest Post by Pragnya Mishra!

    IUGR, a term I never heard off until I hit the 32nd week of pregnancy. For all wondering what’s that, the term IUGR stands for Intrauterine growth restriction. In easy words, the baby in the womb is smaller and taking a longer amount to grow.  The day I heard of the term; I was numb. IUGR condition has no cure. My child in the womb was diagnosed with symmetrical IUGR condition. Meaning that the body is behind in growth proportionally. 20-25% of IUGR cases are considered symmetrical, so it is a little rarer.  Maternity healthcare and awareness as such are lacking in the country. And living in a small town where…

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    Gratitude One Word, Many Wonders- Guest Post by Akanksha Singh!

    The freezing cold waves, the non-existent Sun, the non-availability of vegetarian food and the gloomy 4:00 pm darkness was more than enough to make me miserable after my first day at office in Manchester.   When I half-heartedly entered into my not so favourite fast-food chain, Subway, I only wanted to just stuff myself with whatever veggies I could find and run back to my hotel room. I paid the cash and when was just focused on grabbing my sub from the hands of the person on the other side of the counter, “Thank you love, enjoy your sub” said the person with a smile and in a royal English…