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Those of us who depend on grandparents to help us out with child care: We’re really helping them out. It’s true. As per a recent study published in the journal Evolution and Human Behavior, caring for your adored grandkids can add five years to your life. We may feel as

Kids who take a round of anti-infection agents confront a higher danger of building up an antibiotic-resistant infection contamination as per Paul Cosford, a highly regarded public health official and the restorative executive of Public Health England. Citing a study by the British Medical Journal, he shared that, despite the

Doctors could be a genuinely significant leap forward for kids with strong spinal decay, a hopeless ailment that regularly prompts to loss of motion and early passing. The progressive condition kills a larger number of newborn children than some other genetic disease, and around one in 6,000 infants are conceived

Pharmas are set to profit by adroit insight on asthma as Aerobit, supplier of the Smart Respiratory Device, teams with leading Artificial Intelligence specialists to open the capability of Big Data. To all the more viably oversee asthma care, Aerobit has presented a brilliant inhaler which tracks pharmaceutical utilize and

If you’re the parent of a fussy eater (and most parents I know are, including me), then chances are you’ve tried lots of different ways to get your child to eat different foods. Maybe you started off quite patiently, being very encouraging and trying a variety of tactics to make mealtimes fun. Several

Breastfeeding is fantastic for babies because it offers a wide range of health benefits and provides bonding time for mommy and baby, but a study has discovered that nursing a child past 2 years old can lead to infant tooth decay. The more frequently a mother breastfeeds her child during the

Mealtime can be stressful if you're a parent of a toddler. Here are six tips to help tame your child at dinnertime and make mealtimes enjoyable again: 1. It is the parent's job to offer healthy food options, and it is the child's job to choose what and how much

As every parent knows, fever in children is no fun for anyone. My 4-year- old recently had a fever, and all the conflicting advice I was hearing about what to do about it was enough to leave me feeling like a hot mess. Thankfully, I had the opportunity to hit up two

You’re not alone; most parents will have seen their kids turn their noses up at the idea of cabbage or broccoli. New research has found incredibly, almost one in five two-year-olds have never even tried a vegetable. According to the survey, some parents had become so fed up with the

However, there are lots of baby-friendly and healthy foods, but some stand out from the pack. These culinary superheroes are loaded with essential nutrients, easy to prepare, and delicious. Here are 10 foods that are very important for child brain health. 1-Blueberries The brilliant blueberries come from flavonoids called anthocyanins, which
Ear Infections

The rate of ear infections in babies is dropping for a surprising reason. 367 babies were followed during their first year of life, for the study. Researchers collected information on family history of ear infections, cigarette smoke exposure, and breast versus formula feeding. They found that there was a significant
Candy Is Safe for Toddlers

Candy is a sweet treat for the toddlers. However an occasional piece of candy is unlikely to harm your toddler’s overall health, regular consumption can cause more damages. Many types of candy are that you should be avoided at all cost. Once you know more about candy and safety, then
kid health

There has been some time of year in our life that the best plan of sick-proofing our children, during the winter is literally staying at home, and isolating ourselves from others. We do this a lot when our last child struggled with so many issues due to his immune system
cancer kid

For 40 years the biggest problem in curing childhood cancer has been the late diagnosis, and no one thinks her or his child has cancer. Moreover, cancer symptoms can be similar to many other childhood diseases, making it difficult to analyze in time. However, the majority of children’s diseases occur
KidFriendlyYard

Do you remember when was the last time you told your child to go outside and play? It’s an excellent opportunity if you have a beautiful yard on your property for your children to get exercise, be creative, and spend more time outdoors. It is considered not every yard ‘kid

From the very day you haven’t brought your baby to the hospital, and you want it comes to day to day routines, here’ re a few things you can help to promote your child’s continued health. Read 4 daily tips for keeping your child healthy: All of these tips are