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Modern technological equipments at home have made life easier and comfortable. They are meant to make work easier and enjoyable. But appliances and furniture such as television can be dangerous if they are involved in tip-over accidents. Every day hundreds of tip-over accidents and fatalities are reported, most of them were kids between the age of one and ten. Homes can prevent such tip-over accidents and casualties if they take enough care in placing and handling appliances and furniture.
Published by +Paulose 50 months ago in Pediatrics & Child Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
Research has shown that kids born from frozen IVF are heavier, and their pregnancy period is longer than those from normal fresh embryos. The frozen eggs allow couples to have many IVF from eggs in a single treatment. When some off the eggs are frozen, people can use the fresh embryos first before going for the frozen ones.
Published by Anna K 54 months ago in Pediatrics & Child Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
Often thought of as a children’s disease, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a disorder that affects many other age groups. Recent scientific reports have shown that almost half of the children that have suffered with ADHD continue to experience the various symptoms throughout their lives.The result of the studies has increased the pressure to find natural cures and naturopathic medicine that can help treat ADHD in both children and adults. With the disorder affecting arou...
Published by Anna K 65 months ago in Pediatrics & Child Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
School nurses frequently get asked questions from parents about when to keep their children home from school. With cold and flu season around the corner, school nurses may be assisted in their communication with parents by reviewing these questions and answers. If your child is exhibiting fl u symptoms, keep him or her home from school. If your child has a cold, the decision to keep him or her home may depend on the severity of symptoms. Keep your child home if he or she has a fever of 100Â...
Published by Kayla Pembrook 67 months ago in Pediatrics & Child Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
Hi, I am Bobby Scott. Welcome to Knoji Facts (KF). Today, 21,000 children will die in places all around the world. This is a very shocking statistic. According to Global Issues writer Anup Shah, " that is equivalent to: 1 child dying every 4 seconds,14 children dying every minute, a 2011 Libya conflict-scale death toll every day, a 2010 Haiti earthquake occurring every 10 days, a 2004 Asian Tsunami occurring every 11 days, an Iraq-scale death toll every 19–46 days, just under 7.6 million ...
Published by Bobby Scott 67 months ago in Pediatrics & Child Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
Your child needs a complete vision exam by an eye doctor at ages 6 months, 3 years, and 5 years. in Five children in the U.S. has an unidentified vision disorder which impairs his or her ability to learn. It's critical to catch eye problems early, before sight is further impaired or permanently lost. Vision screenings identify some acuity and depth perception issues, but they are controversial because of the limitations. Parents of children with normal screening results may feel it's okay to...
Published by H.A. Collins 67 months ago in Pediatrics & Child Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
The child guidance movement became popular in the 1940s and 1950s though it was around for much longer than that. When it started it was believed that helping children with emotional problems would prevent them from becoming schizophrenic as adults. This movement found the family to be the contributing factor in schizophrenia and mother bashing became the thought of the day.
Published by carol roach 67 months ago in Pediatrics & Child Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
Reading good books is as important as eating healthy foods. Reading is a healthy habit as necessary as healthy eating. “Bite into books project” is an effective attempt to train the habit of good reading in children. The project, introduced in the preschool level, combines health and reading. The saying “Healthy mind in a healthy body” can be realized by this favorite project.
Published by +Paulose 68 months ago in Pediatrics & Child Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
It is important for parents to understand the problems caused by allergies to food, pollen, fibers, and animals. The many symptoms may include breathing difficulties, restriction of food products, and painful rash. Knowing the symptoms and having a supply of medication may help you to navigate this difficult road. This article may help you understand the complicated causes and effects of allergies on your children.
Published by Gayle Haynes 68 months ago in Pediatrics & Child Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
Relationships are difficult to sustain in this modern age. Part of the problem is that we make bad choices from the beginning. Learning what errors to watch out for can improve our odds of staying in a committed relationship. Whether we want to date or get married we still make the same mistakes and hopefully if we can avoid them we will do well in the long run.
Published by carol roach 68 months ago in Pediatrics & Child Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
It is said that there is no immediate cure for nasal allergy but you can control it by taking adequate preventive measures. To get immediate relief and cure from nasal allergy symptoms, you may go for home remedies which are harmless and out of side effects. For children select the remedies such as fruit juices, herbal teas which are good to taste.
Published by Amera Khanam 69 months ago in Pediatrics & Child Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
Allergic disorders rank first among children’s chronic diseases and nasal allergy (or allergic rhinitis) is the most common of all childhood allergies. My son was diagnosed with allergic asthma from the age of three and I noticed that every year change of season brought allergy triggers and irritants. He showed symptoms such as coughing, runny nose, congestion and sneezing-itchy-eyed allergy attack (asthma). Any child may become allergic, but children from families with a history of a...
Published by Amera Khanam 69 months ago in Pediatrics & Child Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
Online dating is really topical right now. There are as many people for online dating as there are against it. Of course there are pros and cons for either side of this issue. This article will deal with the value of online dating; the next article will discuss some of its pitfalls. Dating for many people can be scary, especially for shy people who have trouble putting themselves out there.
Published by carol roach 69 months ago in Pediatrics & Child Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
Cerebral Palsy affects many children. The illness will affect all children in different ways. When an infant or a child develops CP there are many reasons. It used to be believed CP was only caused by a doctors mistake. Children that develop CP have a lifelong battle of medical problems. CP can be a costly illness for parents to handle.
Published by Stacey Gaubatz 69 months ago in Pediatrics & Child Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
Persistent diaper rash requires help beyond diaper creams and ointments. There are many different types of and causes for diaper rash. Each different type of diaper rash requires a different type of treatment. Here are some tricks and tips that will help caregivers heal diaper rash as quickly as possible.
Published by Suzann Smith 69 months ago in Pediatrics & Child Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
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