Monday, December 18, 2017

Toddlers Vomiting – A Common Sight in Childhood

December 3, 2009 by  
Filed under Child Health

Toddlers vomiting can be a distressing sight for parents as they feel most helpless watching their child vomit out food or liquid. But, toddler vomit is a common occurrence in infancy which may carry on to early childhood and its part and parcel of bringing up a child. Almost all babies vomit several times during […]

Child Life Insurance- A Tool for Peace of Mind

December 1, 2009 by  
Filed under Child Health, Uncategorized

Child life insurance is a hotly debated topic both from the financial point of view as well as from the emotional angle. Children are not normally contributors to the family income (with the exception of child film stars) and the family is not dependent on the child’s earnings. Many financial experts therefore put forward the […]

Baby Rash Remedy – A Guide to Baby Rashes and it’s Treatment

October 9, 2009 by  
Filed under Child Health

Baby rash remedy has many options but, first we have to understand the various types of rashes which can occur on baby’s body. This rash guide should help give an idea of what that rash on babies signifies. Heat rash on baby is a common occurrence because babies are especially vulnerable to heat and humidity. […]

Why You Find Thrush in Some Babies and Not in Others

September 27, 2009 by  
Filed under Child Health

Thrush is a yeast infection caused by the overgrowth of Candida albicans and there are various ways to treat thrush in a baby. Newborn babies of up to three or four weeks old are more susceptible to thrush than grown children or adults. A newborn baby is more likely to get thrush from rubber nipples […]

Help Your Kid with Adhd Behavior Therapy

September 16, 2009 by  
Filed under Child Health

Adhd behavior therapy is being highly recommended in cases of adhd disorders. This particular disorder can be one of most common and the most disturbing neurobehavioral disorder in childhood. Though the condition is still frequently referred to as ‘ADD’ (attention deficit disorder), the term ADHD (has almost but all replaced the previous terminology and the […]

A Relaxed Attitude is the Best Way to Handle the Newborn Sleeping Schedule

August 29, 2009 by  
Filed under Child Development, Child Health, Featured

New mothers often wonder whether they will ever get a good night’s sleep again in their life time as their newborn sleeping schedule is, at its best, erratic and at its worst, almost non-existent! And no matter how many kids she has already had each new one comes with his/her special sleeping schedule so the […]

Steps to a Smooth Home Made Oat Meal Bath

August 20, 2009 by  
Filed under Child Health, Featured

Bathing a baby properly is very important and requires a great deal of skill. Mothers should learn the art of bathing her baby with the right kind of ingredients. It is the doctor who advises the right type bath for your bath. So when the doctor recommends the healthy bath oatmeal, there are two options […]

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