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Head Lice
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Head Lice

  Head lice is a common problem that usually affects pre-school, children, and their family members. These insects attach to the hair of a They can infect children from all socioeconomic strata. Generally, head lice don’t cause any serious illness, but they are a very common cause of intense itching, sleep disturbances; however, a secondary...

Invasive procedures in Fetal Medicine
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Invasive procedures in Fetal Medicine

What are the indications for an invasive procedure in Fetal Medicine (During Pregnancy)? For a long time, there was a barrier between the fetus and the physician, with none able to reach or as we may say communicate with the other promptly. That barrier was the barrier of technology which has quite been lifted up...

December 30, 2020December 30, 2020by
Bruxism (Teeth Grinding or Clenching)
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Bruxism (Teeth Grinding or Clenching)

Bruxism (Teeth Grinding) is the harsher sounds of gnashing and grinding teeth during sleep or clenching of jaws, which is common in kids.   Many kids have it (Approximately 20% to 30% will grind or clench.), but most outgrow it. Teeth grinding often happen During Deep Sleep phases or when kids are under stress. Causes of Teeth Grinding...

How and When to start weaning your baby off Breastfeeds?
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How and When to start weaning your baby off Breastfeeds?

Breastfeeding is one of the most discussed and yet one of the most controversial topics in regard to childbirth. Breastfeeding represents the pristine bond between the mother and baby, where mother not only provides food but also the love and care for the offspring. Breast milk is also extremely important for child’s growth and development...

November 23, 2020November 23, 2020by
TEETHING IN CHILDREN
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TEETHING IN CHILDREN

Teething can be a time of great frustration for caregivers, in this post we will discuss teething process list some of the most common symptoms, explain how they relate to teething and share some insight on how to help soothe your little one during this potentially uncomfortable time. In this post, we’ll discuss: Teething Process...

November 23, 2020November 23, 2020by
Toilet training
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Toilet training

Toilet training is a gradual process and Parents play a key role in this . they should provide motivation , guidance besides being patient as the child achieves various steps  at his or her own pace. WHEN TO BEGIN TOILET TRAINING YOUR CHILD: ? Readiness to begin toilet training varies with every child . In...

November 23, 2020November 23, 2020by
ORAL THRUSH
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ORAL THRUSH

What Is Oral Thrush? Oral thrush is a very common fungal(yeast) infection in babies. It causes irritation in and around a baby’s mouth. What Are the Signs and Symptoms of Oral Thrush? Oral thrush (also called oral candidiasis) can affect anyone, but is most common in babies younger than 6 months old and in older adults....

October 27, 2020October 27, 2020by
Sleep in infancy: decoding the mystery!
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Sleep in infancy: decoding the mystery!

There is much received wisdom on infant sleep and new parents will find that just about everyonethey speak to has an opinion – where, how much, how often. For parents, understanding infant sleep and adapting to new patterns and behaviours can be one of the biggest challenges in the early years. Unsurprisingly, sleep is one...

October 27, 2020October 27, 2020by
WORM INFESTATION IN CHILDREN
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WORM INFESTATION IN CHILDREN

Soil-borne helminth infections are one among the most common infections in humans, caused by a group of parasites, referred to as worms, including roundworms, whipworms and hookworms. These intestinal worms can seriously affect the nutrition and growth of the child. A child may undergo deworming regularly to remove the intestinal worms. Such worms need to...

October 27, 2020October 27, 2020by
Know about Measles: Causes, Symptoms, Prevention
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Know about Measles: Causes, Symptoms, Prevention

WHAT IS MEASLES? Measles is a highly contagious, serious disease caused by virus of Paramyxo virus family. The measles virus infects the respiratory tract first. However, it eventually spreads to other parts of the body through the bloodstream. TRANSMISSION OF MEASLES Measles virus lives in the nose and throat mucus of an infected person. It...

March 16, 2020May 23, 2020by