In a world where everything is digital, it can be difficult to create a real connection with your child, but that doesn’t mean it’s impossible, just perhaps a little more challenging. Today we’re going to look at some great ways to connect more deeply with your child.
In the final article of our 4 part series on placenta banking, we are going to share some transplant success stories using placental cells. These stories highlight the therapeutic value of the placenta and the many ways in which it can be used to treat people suffering from injuries or disease.
Congratulations on your pregnancy! What an exciting time. Whether you’ve had a baby before or not, it’s important to ensure you have a few of the necessities to make life easier and more comfortable. Here is a list of our 12 must-have items for pregnant women.
Stem cells are renowned for their capacity to differentiate into various types of cells. This is why they have such an impressive capacity for regenerating tissue like skin, muscles, bones, tendons, and ligaments.
Raising kids is no easy feat and one that requires your constant care and attention. Ensuring that your children grow into well-mannered adults with a healthy lifestyle is important for a lot of parents, and to achieve this you need to start thinking about it now.
Welcome to part 3 in our series on placenta banking. In this article, we are going to take a closer look at how placenta banking works. This includes an explanation of what happens during the collection process and how the placental cells and amnion are stored for later use.
It can be a shock to the system when you see the number on the scales increase faster than you thought possible during pregnancy. And for some mothers-to-be, weight gain could be something you desperately want to control.
In this article, we’ll talk about the simple ways on how to keep your weight gain on track when you’re pregnant.
A long-anticipated Phase 3 clinical trial into the effectiveness of hematopoietic stem cell transplantation for treating multiple sclerosis has just been announced. The trial will be conducted by the U.S. National Institutes of Health and will recruit patients from both the United States and United Kingdom.
Once your baby is born, it seems all they do is sleep. There will come a time, however, when they will fight tooth and nail to take a nap. A great way to establish a smooth nap routine is to do just that. Make it a routine. Some babies enjoy having a routine and look forward to certain parts of their routine.