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Hearing is an essential tool of playing and learning. Hearing loss if goes untreated can delay a child’s speech development. Failure to recognize a child’s hearing problem may have serious consequences, so it is important to detect it as soon as possible. This article lists out some of the symptoms of hearing loss that parents should be aware of.
Published by Yovita Siswati 60 months ago in Children's Health & Nutrition | +4 votes | 0 comments
How to know that your very young child has problem with his or her eyes? The children themselves may have blurry vision but fail to recognize it as a problem. What kind of symptoms should parents observe to spot their toddler’s vision problem? This article lists out some of the warning signs.
Published by Yovita Siswati 60 months ago in Children's Health & Nutrition | +2 votes | 0 comments
Healthy eating habit is not only a need for the adults but also for the children. In fact, children need more healthy foods because they are in the growing stage of life. Children’s diet should be including fresh fruits and vegetables so that they can get essential nutrients. Avoid giving them junk foods, fried foods and high fat foods. Find out more about children’s diet and healthy eating.
Published by Sourav RC 62 months ago in Children's Health & Nutrition | +6 votes | 2 comments
The appetite of many children can be as endless as that of the famous Cookie Monster on Sesame Street. Like the puppet hero, your child may not be aware of why he wants more food than he needs. But you need to understand his motivation in order to get his eating habits back on track.
Published by Aileen P. N. 64 months ago in Children's Health & Nutrition | +9 votes | 3 comments
Written in layman's terms, this easy understandable article points out reasons parents should understand asthma. Asthma in children can remain untreated, because most people aren't aware they have this condition early on. Since asthma is not curable, a parent's correct management of the condition is crucial. A simple explanation about "what is asthma" provides parents with a basic understanding of the condition. Types and triggers of asthma, as well as symptoms are addressed.
Published by Bonnie Doss-Knight 65 months ago in Children's Health & Nutrition | +6 votes | 2 comments
Grabbing dinner in the drive-thru window is being popular these days leaving no room for families to have dinner together. This is just one of the reasons why people find no importance anymore in having dinner together with their family. You might not be aware of it, but you are slowly feeding your family with unhealthy foods that are rich in calories.
Published by mic laganson 65 months ago in Children's Health & Nutrition | +1 votes | 0 comments
Picky eating in children can throw meal times into disarray when they should be a social, enjoyable time for the whole family. Take the time to help your child develop good eating habits for a lifetime with a few simple steps and get your whole family past the 'picky eating'.
Published by Annie Hintsala 65 months ago in Children's Health & Nutrition | +0 votes | 0 comments
Article details how it is possible to raise healthy vegetarian kids under 12 years of age. Points out correct nutrients and foods to ensure a growing child's health and well-being. Shows foods that provide adequate calories, vitamins and minerals as part of a healthy vegetarian diet and why they are needed for growing children.
Published by Bonnie Doss-Knight 66 months ago in Children's Health & Nutrition | +4 votes | 3 comments
There are many ways to simplify the life of a person that has autism. Caring for a person that has autism can be challenging. Autistic children have special abilities that other children do not have. Children that suffer from autism like a lifestyle that is clean and clutter free. When parents, doctors, and caregivers work together to help the person with autism the child will begin to develop and blossom into better communication.
Published by Stacey Gaubatz 66 months ago in Children's Health & Nutrition | +0 votes | 0 comments
The My Plate guide has been put out by the USDA as a healthy eating guide for the American public. It has been widely promoted by First Lady Michelle Obama and is gaining ground in schools and preschools as the preferred method for teaching children how to eat healthy. The five groups include Vegetables, Fruits, Grains, Dairy and Protein, and fully half of the 'plate' is supposed to contain vegetables and fruit, according to the guide.
Published by Annie Hintsala 66 months ago in Children's Health & Nutrition | +2 votes | 0 comments
Breakfast is an important meal for busy kids getting ready for a day of school. Its hard to stay away from the cereals we see on TV with all the sugar and carbs, particularly when they are so easy to just put in a bowl. Eating healthy can be easy too. Just think fruit, whole grains and milk.
Published by Annie Hintsala 66 months ago in Children's Health & Nutrition | +1 votes | 1 comments
According to a pediatrician you don't always need a prescription to get a child back on his feet again. Though not meant to take the place of medical attention these remedies may help offer some comfort on his part. Read more to know some home remedies for 10 common childhood illnesses for your child.
Published by Jessie Agudo 66 months ago in Children's Health & Nutrition | +6 votes | 4 comments
Parents are always having difficulty with their toddlersÂ’ eating habits. But it is their obligations to find effective approaches on how to get them to eat as their young bodies need proper nutrients to grow healthy. This article explains some techniques on how to effectively encourage toddlers to eat without much ado.
Published by Marky Chavez 68 months ago in Children's Health & Nutrition | +1 votes | 0 comments
There are many myths about children and their illnesses. It is important to recognize the myths and truths. Although it is important to take care of your child, you may be believing something that isnÂ’t true. Knowing the truth about health, wellness and nutrition of your child is extremely important.
Published by Lindsey Lewandowski 68 months ago in Children's Health & Nutrition | +5 votes | 2 comments
Is breastfeeding always best? When is breastfeeding not the best option for your baby?
Published by Rae Morvay 69 months ago in Children's Health & Nutrition | +7 votes | 2 comments
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