All Children's Health Topics

Silent Reflux in Babies Dec 02, 2015

Continued silent reflux in babies can lead to complications such as stridor or sleep disordered breathing. Observe and seek medical help to resolve this early. View Full Article...

Pediatric Vital Signs Dec 02, 2015

Pediatric vital signs are as important as those of adults. It is recommended that children have their vital signs tested regularly to ensure they are in good health. View Full Article...

When Do Babies Start Walking? Dec 02, 2015

When do babies start walking? Most babies begin to walk at 11 to 15 months, but it can start any time between 9 to 18 months. Read for how your baby learns to walk. View Full Article...

Baby Projectile Vomiting Dec 02, 2015

Baby projectile vomiting can be frightening for any mother and can indicate pyloric stenosis. Contacting the doctor immediately in such a case is the best option. View Full Article...

Normal Bilirubin Levels in Newborns Dec 02, 2015

Bilirubin is a yellow pigment and is present in blood. Normal bilirubin levels in newborns are 5mg/dL, but some babies may have higher levels that result in jaundice. View Full Article...

Fever with No Other Symptoms in Child Dec 02, 2015

Fevers are not always a cause of concern, but you may want to call your doctor if you notice fever with no other symptoms in child. Learn the causes of fever with no symptoms. View Full Article...

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...

 
 
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