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SIDS, blog for the Baby Cradle by MightyWeb

Sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS)

In the UK, more than 200 babies die suddenly and unexpectedly every year. This statistic may sound alarming, but SIDS is rare and the risk of your baby dying from it is low.

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More on Postpartum depression

One of the most common complications of pregnancy, debilitating Post-Partum Depression (PPD), which often sends new mothers into a downward spiral of despair, is highly treatable and avoidable.

Five things you need to know about postpartum depression

Five things you need to know about postpartum depression

Interestingly, despite it being a relatively common condition, there is still a stigma associated with postpartum depression: the feeling that you’re so overwhelmed or depressed by motherhood, that you lose interest in caring for your baby or feel completely unequipped to do so. In this article, we’re going to dispel this stigma and give you the facts you need to know.

Contraceptives in South Africa blog for the baby cradle by MightyWeb

Contraceptives in South Africa

Whether you’re interested in a monthly option like the contraceptive pill (oral contraception) or patch; or a long-acting method like an implant or IUD, we can help find a contraceptive method that suits your lifestyle.

Pelvic exam blog for the baby cradle by Mightyweb
gynaecological health

What is a Pelvic exam?

During a pelvic exam, a medical expert evaluates your reproductive organs. You might have a pelvic exam as part of your regular checkup.

General Health

10 Powerful Superfoods & Proven Reasons to Eat Them

Fenugreek is an incredible superfood with a whole range of benefits for your all-around wellbeing and it is highly recommended for breastfeeding mothers and women with the symptoms of menopause.

Body Temperature

How to Increase Your Body Temperature

It’s possible for your body to get so cold that your core temperature is affected. This can harm your body and is considered a medical emergency. Read on for some ways to help increase your body temperature.

General Health


Chicken contains an amino acid called cysteine that is released when the soup is made. This amino acid thins mucus in the lungs aiding in the healing process. It also has a mild anti-inflammatory effect that can help relax your muscles and soothe the discomforts of cold symptoms.


Pregnancy rhinitis

If you’re expecting a baby, you may be dealing with a stuffy nose that doesn’t seem to go away. This hassle is called pregnancy rhinitis. The cause of this condition isn’t really clear. However, it may be caused by hormonal changes. Having a history of allergies or asthma does not raise your risk of getting pregnancy rhinitis.

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