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Do you know that food color or dyes are resposible for hyperactivity, ADD/ADHD and related behavioural problems? These dyes—petrochemicals, mostly—are often used to simulate the presence of healthy, colorful fruits and vegetables. Artificial colors or food dyes make the presentation attractive but these presevatives or food colours are not safe for children. Our children are addicted to chocolates, candies and similar stuff which may cause fuelling disruptive behaviour, restlessness and ...
Published by Amera Khanam 90 months ago in Pediatrics & Child Health | +9 votes | 7 comments
Reasons why you might need to get your child a new pediatrician.
Published by Taylor Rios 93 months ago in Pediatrics & Child Health | +4 votes | 0 comments
How to tell if your baby could benefit from using a molding helmet or cap.
Published by Jennifer Klein 93 months ago in Pediatrics & Child Health | +2 votes | 0 comments
Head lice in children are a very common problem and one that parents worry about. There are many different treatments for head lice. This article looks at the different treatments.
Published by Sam Montana 93 months ago in Pediatrics & Child Health | +15 votes | 14 comments
Could Ivermectin be the next medicine for the treatment of head lice.
Published by Sam Montana 93 months ago in Pediatrics & Child Health | +8 votes | 8 comments
Pets are great companions both outside and inside the house. Adults adore them; children love them all the more. But that cuddly and adorable puppy or cat can also give more than affection—it can pass along bacterial and parasitic infection.
Published by Athena Goodlight 93 months ago in Pediatrics & Child Health | +21 votes | 4 comments
A childÂ’s unique life experiences, personality and perceptions all contribute to his or her individual outlook on an operation. How can parents help to prepare their child for an impending surgery?
Published by Athena Goodlight 93 months ago in Pediatrics & Child Health | +11 votes | 4 comments
Children are being mis-dosed. Research shows that a kitchen spoon used to measure the dose of medicine is inaccurate. Children can be under or over dosed if you are not using a calibrated spoon or syringe to deliver the exact dose needed.
Published by Susan Kaul 93 months ago in Pediatrics & Child Health | +18 votes | 12 comments
healthy breakfast ideas - how to get your kids to eat breakfast on school days
Published by maria cristina espano 97 months ago in Pediatrics & Child Health | +1 votes | 0 comments
Got a bed wetter? The author offers a cure that no one else seems to have thought of.
Published by Leif Peterson 98 months ago in Pediatrics & Child Health | +2 votes | 1 comments
How to check for lice. Lice can be a real nuisance, especially head lice in children, who are prone to sharing brushes and combs at school. If you suspect your child has lice, or if you have it, here's how to check for lice at home.
Published by Nona Peterson 99 months ago in Pediatrics & Child Health | +0 votes | 2 comments
Parents can teach creative preventative measures that take a proactive approach to fighting N1H1 and the cold and flu season.
Published by Jen Frank 103 months ago in Pediatrics & Child Health | +4 votes | 2 comments
How to recognize a lead paint hazard.
Published by Paul Torri 105 months ago in Pediatrics & Child Health | +6 votes | 2 comments
Published by mdelorenzo77 114 months ago in Pediatrics & Child Health | +1 votes | 2 comments
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