All Children's Health Topics

Baby Rolling Over in Sleep Dec 02, 2015

Baby rolling over in sleep is nothing to worry about. Your baby is growing stronger and will find a comfortable position to sleep. Learn about tips for safe sleep practices. View Full Article...

Essential Oils for ADHD Dec 02, 2015

Top 10 essential oils for ADHD are listed for you to try and find out the most effective one for you child. Read on to find more about safety tips for applying. View Full Article...

Dehydration in Babies: Signs and Remedies Dec 02, 2015

Dehydration in babies can be caused by hot weather, excessive sweating, fever, diarrhea and vomiting. Signs of dehydration include dry mouth, irritability and lethargy. View Full Article...

Why Do Babies Get Hiccups? Dec 02, 2015

Why do babies get hiccups? Reasons include swallowed air, under-development of muscles and overfeeding. Learn common causes and when you should worry. View Full Article...

Baby Shakes Head Side to Side Dec 02, 2015

Baby shaking heads side to side, could it be autism? Here the article outlines red flags of autism and motor skills at different developmental stages. View Full Article...

High Temperature in Babies Dec 02, 2015

High temperature in babies happens all the time. Learn what counts as fever and its possible causes, as well as home-caring techniques to make your baby more comfortable. View Full Article...

Thyroid Problems in Children Dec 02, 2015

Thyroid problems in children usually occur due to imbalance of hormones produced, such as hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism. Watch out for signs of it to detect the problem early. View Full Article...

Food Pyramid for Kids Nov 30, 2015

The food pyramid for kids serves as a guide for families to determine the right amount of servings to consume from five food groups for a healthy, balanced diet. View Full Article...

Babies Born at 32 Weeks Nov 03, 2015

Babies born at 32 weeks are nearly developed but continue to risk having problems with breathing and breastfeeding. Learn about some experiences sharing from other mums. View Full Article...

Neonatal Head Ultrasound Oct 21, 2015

Neonatal head ultrasound involves passing sound waves to take coronal and sagittal images of the brain of an infant. Read more on the procedure and learn to interpret the images. View Full Article...

 
 
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