South Africa is one of the most culturally diverse countries in the world. Every September, our Heritage Day celebrations offer a wonderful reminder of just how many fascinating and beautiful approaches to life, love, business and food our people enjoy.
I am looking for 3 South African families in need, who are facing serious illnesses. The campaign is for families where the mother is currently pregnant and the unborn baby has a sibling needing a stem cell transplant (bone marrow transplant).
Lynda Smith will be our BrainBoosters ECD Contributor on MOMentsbydjzinhle.com and I will be sharing Kairo’s BrainBoosters journey with you.
February is Pregnancy Awareness month and Cryo-Save, a private family Cord Blood storage bank would like to encourage South African moms and dads to do their homework when considering to store their baby’s cord blood stem cells. More and more expectant parents are considering umbilical cord stem cells of babies for potentially life-saving treatments.
My problem was finding 30 minutes, 5-6 days a week, at a fixed time, to exercise outdoors, while keeping Kairo entertained. I was faced with a challenge and this is how I became creative to find a solution for my problem.
You will need a lot of motivation to stick to your workout program and there is nothing that runs out like motivation.
When embarking on a detox, what you eat is also important. Green tea should be incorporated into a healthy meal plan and exercise regime.
“When your baby is born their skin is very dry and it is important to use a wipe which provides gentle, thorough cleansing while protecting your baby’s delicate, sensitive skin.”
Traditionally, health awareness drives have focused on aiding those affected or generally impacted by serious illnesses. Recently, however, the paradigm has expanded to include the notion of proactive or pre-emptive health care. Much of this expansion has been driven by the increasingly common use of stem cell treatments for various serious illnesses and disorders.