Birth Injuries And Your Baby #infographic

Giving birth has always been risky. Parents worry about their child’s safety even before they’re born, but childbirth is usually the most exciting, agitating and anxious time of all the pregnancy. While with the medical and technological advances it has become safer and easier to control, it sometimes can go wrong causing mild or severe problems for the mother and/or the child.

According to this infographic by Wapner Newman, 6-8 out of every thousand born babies end up suffering birth injuries. Some of the most common birth injuries are cerebral palsy, hypoxia and head trauma. Unfortunately, these kinds of problems are, on occasion, due to medical malpractice or negligence. That’s why if you believe that your doctor might have done something wrong during the pregnancy or delivery, you should contact a Pennsylvania personal injury attorney to investigate the circumstances surrounding it. You deserve to know the truth and to receive appropriate compensation.

An infographic by Wapner Newman.

6 Astonishing Baby Facts: Our Tiny Superheroes #Infographic #Baby

There is no need to prove that babies are different from grown-ups. Mainly, because of the different goals we have. Most adults are spending time trying to find their place in life. While a baby has just started discovering the room it has been placed in.

Fun baby fact – it can’t cry. The little human screams a lot, yes. But have you ever witnessed a tear drop from its cheek? If you think that the answer is affirmative, have a closer look at a crying baby the next time. Nope, no tears. And why do we talk about our miniature copies in a high, annoying voice? Whether you are a cute mommy or a tough man, we all experienced that. Is there actually a scientific reason for us switching to a high-pitched voice? Say no more. The following exciting baby facts will not only surprise you but also give an answer to these and more questions.

An infographic by ScienceLass.

The Growing Popularity Of Baby Swimming Classes #Infographic #Baby #Swimming

A survey by the Swimming Teachers Association (STA) in 2015 highlighted that the popularity of baby swimming classes in the UK has grown significantly in recent years (with an 82% rise in popularity in the last 5 years). However, has the interest already reached its peak? Or is the demand going to continue to flourish in 2017?

Our research used data from the STA survey and Google to determine whether the interest is continuing to rise. Data from Google showed the popularity peaked in January 2016, while 86% of swimming schools agreed that baby swimming had not yet reached its zenith. This may be due to 70% of swim schools having a waiting list for baby swimming classes.

In addition, we found that the 1st national baby swimming week was in 2016, with the next one scheduled later in 2017. Could this suggest that the popularity of baby swimming classes is still growing?

An infographic by Konfidence.

Make your baby adventurous with a Stroller #Infographic #Stroller #Jogging

Your jogging habit needn’t grind to halt just because you have become a new parent. In fact, while jogging you should carry your baby along and get him/her exposed to fresh air. Jogging Strollers are highly practical resources to rely upon when it comes to jogging with infants and toddlers. Jogging baby strollers are four-wheeled and come with adequate padding to ensure complete safety of the baby while you run. These have safety harnesses, cup holders, storing basket for meeting the security and other needs of your baby. Jogging strollers are resistant against jerks and its shopping cart like wheels let you enjoy smooth going. These strollers come with adjustable handles so that anyone in the family can use these to take the baby along in jogging. Hand brakes in these strollers are the best safety measure. All these together keep the baby completely stable.

An infographic by Stroller Source.

How to bring on labour #Infographic #Pregnancy #Labour

If your due date has whizzed by with not so much as a hint of a contraction, then you may be more than a little bit frustrated by now, and toying with the idea of encouraging things along. And who could blame you? You’ve given this baby a cosy home for the last 9 months, and now it’s time for him to make an appearance.

But if you’re going to try to induce labour at home, which methods are likely to work best There’s no end to the old wives tales suggested by friends and family, and with conflicting advice, it’s sometimes difficult to know who to believe.

Our friends at Crab and The Fox have separated the facts from the fiction, producing an infographic listing the methods which may actually work to bring on labour at home, as well as dispelling the odd myth or two.

You’ll be home with that newborn snuggled up in your arms in no time!

An infographic by Crab and The Fox.