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The spine is a very important part of the body because it controls the different functions of the nervous system. The central nervous system controls the different systems in the body. What this means is that the spine should always be healthy in order for the body to be healthy as well. When the spine is compromised, the spine will be impaired and can leave the individual immobile. Parents should be greatly aware of how they carry their babies because this can affect their spine as well as their babies.

From a <"http:www.backstrong.net">chiropractic perspective the popularity of baby carriers today will not help parents in carrying their babies. Parents buy baby carriers believing that carrying the baby will be easier this way. On the contrary, baby carriers can cause postural distortions to both the baby and the mother. Baby carriers are meant to be placed on car seats and parents should leave it there. Mothers who struggle to attach an detach the baby carrier from the car seat and then carry it around with her can cause problems in the spine and may lead to back injuries. As a parent carries the baby carrier on one hand, the body is forced to lean on one side. When the baby gets heavier, carrying the carrier will be more difficult and will eventually lead
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Strollers are much better compared to baby carriers because it does not require the parent’s body to bend. The problem with strollers is that there is no close contact between the parent and the baby, which is very important for the baby’s physical, social, neurological and emotional development. From a chiropractic perspective, the need for parent-baby contact is recognized and it is known that this will help in the development of the baby due to the
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There are baby carriers that you can wear and are available in the market today that offers great support for the back. For mothers, it is important to remember that your posture will still greatly affect your spine 9 months after you give birth. Spinal stress can happen and the best thing to prevent this from getting worse is to visit a chiropractor. Since the baby grows heavier, the stress on your back will be more too. The chiropractor will help determine the best carrying positions for you to avoid any spinal stress and injury coming from a chiropractic perspective.

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KATHMANDU, Sept. 21 (Xinhua) -- New Baneshwor, the central part of Kathmandu where Nepal's Constituent Assembly is located, was in a festive mood on Sunday when Nepal's new constitution was unveiled by Nepali President Dr Ram Baran Yadav.

Even if the formal unveiling was scheduled in late afternoon, hundreds of people from all walks of life waving miniature national flags have gathered at the CA premises since noontime to witness the historic event. Some were holding candles and singing patriotic songs.

The enthusiastic crowd exchanged greetings with each other and shouted "Jay Nepal', 'I Love Nepal,' and 'Our Constitution' after the president announced that Nepal has a new constitution.

Roshan Basnet, a young Napali who painted his face with the red and blue color of the nation's flag told Xinhua that he was so happy that after a long wait, Nepal has now a constitution. "The whole country should celebrate," he said.

The celebration included a fireworks display and the release of hundreds of colorful balloons to the air.

Earlier the government had urged people to welcome the new constitution by lighting candles or doing 'deepawali' in houses. Thus residents of Kathmandu lighted candles and oil lamps on the entrance of their houses and major buildings.

The new constitution, which has been drafted by the Constituent Assembly for almost a decade, contains 35 parts, 308 articles, and nine schedules.

The drafting of the charter is considered democratic and inclusive since an overwhelming two third of the CA members voted for its adoption.

Purshottam Karki, a 55-year-old government employee, joined the crowd with his wife and a daughter to mark the momentous event.

"It's like a dream came true. We got the constitution written by representatives chosen by us so it's our constitution. I hope this constitution will bring peace and prosperity to our country," Karki said.

Although there were 601 lawmakers in the Constituent Assembly, only 598 were present in the final CA sessions that led to the adoption of the constitution.

With the new constitution, Nepal has institutionalized a federal democratic republic that was established through the people's movement in 2006 after the monarchy was toppled.

Talking briefly to Xinhua in the CA premises, Home Minister Bamdev Gautam said, "Nepal has finally institutionalized a federal democratic republic. It is a historic moment, indeed."

"After a long wait of almost six decades, finally the wishes of Nepalese have come true," Deputy Prime M.

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