Kids And Parents

Diet of the father can affect of the health of the new generation

In accordance with new interesting fact and evidence, parental health behaviors before conception may play an important role in the health of offspring to a greater degree than previously understood. Oliver J. Rando, MD, PhD, associate professor of biochemistry & molecular pharmacology at UMMS and principal investigator for the study says, that they explorer and...

10% of infants have a problems with the eyes

Around 10 percents of the infants in United States, have vision problems with lazy eye to cancer of the eyes. This statement come out in media according of a new survey by the American Optometric Association (AOA). Early detection and treatment is critical for vision health. Accordind to the Association, most of the children are...

When is time to wean your baby

Maybe like any other new mom, you are asking yourself when is time to wean your baby from bottle feeding? It should ask your pediatric about that, becouse he or she don’t tell you otherwise. The doctors advice a new parents to stop feeding its baby with bottle about by age one year.  The...

The sleep and autistic children

All parents intermittently deal with children who have difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep. These temporary sleep difficulties are normal. However, children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) appear to have more ongoing sleep-related difficulties. The number of families affected varies from study to study, but significant sleep problems can ...

Is there important to bonding with your baby

Bonding is the intense attachment that develops between parents and their baby. It makes parents want to shower their baby with love and affection and to protect and nourish their little one. Bonding gets parents up in the middle of the night to feed their hungry baby and makes them attentive...

When is normal your kid to talk understandly

Your son is 2 years old and still isn't talking. He says a few words, but compared with his peers you think he's way behind. You remember that his sister could put whole sentences together at the same age. Hoping he will catch up, you postpone seeking professional advice. Some ...

Development of the gait in the toddlers

Whether your baby rises from a crawl with a shaky first step or a full-on sprint across the living room, chances are you'll be on the edge of your seat. But remember — a child's first steps usually aren't picture perfect. Learning to walk takes time and practice, and it's common for...

Fitness and your teen age child

Kids who enjoy sports and exercise tend to stay active throughout their lives. Immediate benefits include maintaining a healthy weight, feeling more energetic, and promoting a better outlook. Participating in team and individual sports can boost self-confidence, provide opportunities for social interaction, and offer a chance to have fun. And regular...

To read or not to read to our baby?

Jacob loves books. His mom knows this because when she sits down to read to him every night, he waves his arms excitedly. His favorite page of "Goodnight Moon" shows a cow jumping over the moon. He squeals and reaches for the book every time he sees it. When she is done reading,...

Children and the infections from the pets

Caring for pets offers a tremendous learning experience for kids, teaching them responsibility, gentleness, and respect for nature and other living beings. Like adults, kids can benefit from the companionship, affection, and relationships they share with their pets. But animals and pets can transmit infections to humans, especially kids. So if...

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Why All Countries Need Access To FDA Approved Medications

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