The holy month of Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar and a time when many people across the world fast during daylight hours for 29-30 days. As a spiritual practice, people take part in Ramadan by fasting during daylight hours, eating one meal – ‘Suhoor’ just before dawn and another- the ‘Iftar’ after sunset. The end of Ramadan is marked by ‘Eid-al-Fitr’, the Festival of the Breaking of the Fast. Continue reading “Healthy Eating during Ramadan”
“My tummy hurts” that’s something every parent hears. But if seem like your child complains about stomach problems all the time, he may have the serious digestive disorder. The conditions have different causes but share many of the same symptoms.
Here are 3 common causes of bloating, how you can avoid them. Continue reading “Severe Digestive Disorders in Children”
Providing a safe growing environment is an important part of caring for your baby. Babies are very active, curious and often excitable by nature. These attributes also put them at the risk of injuries. As a parent or caregiver, you can do a lot to prevent injury to your baby.