Child Health

11 Effective Ways to Prevent Night Terrors in Toddlers

on February 22, 2019
11 Effective Ways to Prevent Night Terrors in Toddlers

Toddlers are very sensitive psychologically. Many toddlers experience night terrors and they find it difficult to deal with. Many parents have a hard time while dealing with night terrors. A night terror is when the child starts getting a bit restless and anxious while he/she is sleeping. It usually lasts for about ten to fifteen […]

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How to Get Rid of Baby Acne on Face?

on February 21, 2019
How to Get Rid of Baby Acne on Face?

Breast milk, coconut oil, avoid scrubbing, do not squeeze the bumps, cornstarch, don’t use rough fabric, baby powder, apple cider vinegar, aloe vera gel, neem oil and sandalwood are some of the ways to get rid of baby acne on face. Baby acne also known as neonatal acne is a skin condition where tiny red […]

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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome in Children

on February 12, 2019
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome in Children

You might see your kid complaining of tiredness every day after coming home from school. Initially, you might pass it off as the usual tiredness kids’ face as a result of joggling academics and other co curricular activities. But if this fatigue does not go even after a prolonged period of time, then it is […]

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Adult Teeth Coming in Behind Baby Teeth: What Should I Do ?

on February 11, 2019
Adult Teeth Coming in Behind Baby Teeth: What Should I Do ?

Most kids start to lose their milk teeth by the age of 5 or 7. Usually, when a permanent tooth begins to erupt directly under a milk tooth, it absorbs its tooth root while erupting, causing the tooth to become loose and fall out from its cavity, making space for the new tooth to come up. […]

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5 Serious Causes of Lethargy in Toddlers

on February 11, 2019
5 Serious Causes of Lethargy in Toddlers

Sleep problems, chronic illness, anemia, acute illnesses, head injury are some of the serious causes of lethargy in toddlers. You may see your child complaining about hundred times a day of how tired he/she is. Most of the times, there is nothing serious and the reasons are pretty simple. Your child may be complaining because he/she […]

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7 Amazing Health Benefits of Microgreens in Your Child’s Diet

on February 6, 2019
7 Amazing Health Benefits of Microgreens in Your Child’s Diet

Some of the health benefits of Microgreen are Reduced health risks, keeps pigment healthy, increases energy levels, easy digestion, more nutrition and antioxidant rich. Microgreens are the growing trend now. Many people have now started to add microgreens into everything they eat including sandwiches, smoothies, healthy juices and everything else too. Earlier, green vegetables and […]

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Leg Pain in Toddlers: Is It Common?

on February 5, 2019
Leg Pain in Toddlers: Is It Common?

If your child regularly wakes up at night and crying in pain, they may have growing pains. A child in pain is usually a cause of worry to the parent, especially if there is no known cause for the pain. Although they can be quite painful, growing pains are pretty common and don’t have any […]

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Importance of Vit D3 in Your Child’s Body

on February 1, 2019
Importance of Vit D3 in Your Child’s Body

If you think your child is getting enough amount of vitamin D3 just by drinking milk or being exposed to sun, you’re wrong here. Recent studies have shown that most children don’t get enough of this essential vitamin just by that. They can still be deficit which may lead to other major problems. What is […]

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Slapped Cheek in Children: Is It Contagious?

on January 21, 2019
Slapped Cheek in Children: Is It Contagious?

Slapped cheek disease, also called the ‘fifth disease’ or erythema infectiosum is a viral infection caused by the human parovirus B19. It is called the ‘fifth disease’ because it is fifth among a common group of childhood diseases with similar rashes namely, measles and rubella, scarlet fever and Duke’s disease. Slapped cheek disease mostly occurs […]

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How Do I Get My Child Tested for Dyspraxia?

on January 21, 2019
How Do I Get My Child Tested for Dyspraxia?

It may seem like a scary scenario; thinking that something could be potentially wrong with your child.  You will want to know how best to help your child and how to plan for the years ahead. It is important to recognise that dyspraxia is no one’s fault. Although there is no cure, there are many […]

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