Children’s health

How smoking can kill your child

Apr 6, 2017 | | Say something

How smoking can kill your child ; Passive smoking, also known as secondhand smoke is a known factor risk of heart disease. Snuff smoke is exhaled smoke and then exhaled by a smoker and a lit cigarette, which contains many chemicals that increase the risk of several health complications. based HOD Cardiology Dr. Amar Singhal, […more]

3 Problems affecting children’s eyes and what to do about them

Jun 22, 2016 | | Say something

Learning that your child has a vision problem not it’s easy, but most respond well to treatment. “Fortunately, most childhood eye diseases are easily treated if diagnosed at an early age,” says Babiuch Allison, MD . “This is because the eyes and brains of children are very adaptable.” discover why three eye problems occur in […more]

The best advice from a dietitian if your child is underweight

Jun 20, 2016 | | Say something

You can read something new every day about the current epidemic obesity. In fact, the percentage of overweight Americans has never been greater. But another, often overlooked weight problem also exists :. children who are underweight for their age or size What causes this problem and when it occurs, how health care providers that families […more]

Open letter to all parents who send their child to school sick

Jun 20, 2016 | | Say something

Open letter to all parents who send their child to school sick ; Last year, I saw a woman give a bottle of paracetamol with your child’s teacher first grade and ‘educate’ her to give the child if that fever . Not only do I think it was fine, actually his “sick” son had the […more]

What will my child need a mouthguard for sports?

Jun 17, 2016 | | Say something

Mouthguards should be used by children who play contact sports such as basketball, football , boxing, football, ice hockey, lacrosse and field hockey. And even those participating in non-contact sports (such as gymnastics) or recreational activity (such as skating or mountain biking) could benefit from using a protective mouthguard. “it is important for children who […more]

How to keep your children safe online – from toddlers to teenagers

Jun 16, 2016 | | Say something

Contributor: David Shafran, MD today’s children, even young children, are experts with technology. You see them on smartphones from their parents, tablets and laptops – often using more proficiently than adults. You want them to know how to use these tools, but at the same time, you have to talk to them from the beginning […more]

Is it okay if your child drinks tea?

Jun 14, 2016 | | Say something

Is it okay if your child drinks tea? ; In many Indian families, offering tea to a child is a norm. It is believed that tea helps digestion enhances immunity fight against seasonal illness, whatever you want. Well, no doubt of benefits of drinking tea . But if you think that small children, like adults […more]

Love peanuts? You can eat them as they do not risk your baby’s growth

Jun 14, 2016 | | Say something

consumption peanuts products during early childhood age can have no effect on the growth of a child and nutrition, a study confirms. The results showed that consumption of peanuts in infancy may have a negative effect on a child’s growth and nutrition. ‘The results sure that peanut consumption did not affect the duration of breastfeeding, […more]

A study points out that air pollution can aggravate childhood rheumatic diseases such as lupus

Jun 10, 2016 | | Say something

Exposure to air pollution can have a direct role in triggering diseases and inflammation of the airways in children and adolescents with rheumatic diseases such as lupus , a chronic autoimmune disease that causes inflammation, pain and swelling. Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) or lupus can damage any part of the body. Besides affecting the skin […more]