Children's Health

Childhood obesity: Junk food may not be the only culprit

According to a new study at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Centre, gut bacteria and its interactions with immune cells and metabolic organs, including fat tissue, play a key role in childhood obesity. Researchers say...

19 Baby Care Tips for Every New Mum

Your baby’s arrival marks special joy in your life and opens up a whole new world for you. But at times taking care of a newborn can be a bit overwhelming, especially for first-time...

Child Nutrition: Helping child develop healthy eating habits

It’s not difficult to understand that child nutrition is important and teaching children healthy eating habits goes a long way for them. Maintaining healthy weight and nutritional intake can help them prevent lifestyle diseases...

Common childhood illnesses can be traumatic for parents: Know how to deal with them

According to a new study at the University of Adelaide in Australia, heavier babies may be more prone to childhood food allergies or eczema. For the purpose of the study, researchers looked at more...

Is your child lazy? Get him to exercise before it is too late

Kids now-a-days lead a sedentary lifestyle. This is especially true in urban scenarios where there is a lack of open spaces. Moreover, today’s fast-paced lifestyle hardly leaves any time for play. A child is...

Personalised care essential for treatment of paediatric asthma: Study

Paediatric asthma is a common disorder that affects many toddlers and infants too. The causes and symptoms are similar to adult asthma but, at time, it is difficult to diagnose in children. This is...
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Best Sleep Positions For Babies And Newborns

Wrong sleep positions for Infants or newborns can sometimes lead to Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). SIDS in children is caused due to accidental suffocation or strangulation in bed. If you have an infant at...

Constipation In Babies: Here Are Four Natural Ways To Relieve It Quickly

You’ve witnessed your little one’s every laugh, cry, and even burp. Unfortunately, it’s much harder to detect when they might be struggling with constipation. Read on to learn the facts about baby constipation and...

World Mental Health Day 2019: Childhood bullying can lead to chronic depression and suicide

A new study by researchers at the University of Warwick and the University of Vienna says that, while depression in itself may induce people to cause self-harm or think of suicide, these thoughts become...