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It is important to keep your kids active and up moving around. Use these great tips to get your child in shape.
Published by Mandy Robinson 92 months ago in Children's Health & Nutrition | +19 votes | 7 comments
Healthy eating in young children can be a struggle. Be patient with them, offer multiple choices of good fruits and vegetables and let them decide what they want.
Published by thestickman 101 months ago in Children's Health & Nutrition | +15 votes | 6 comments
In the developing countries where majority of people live in poverty, children usually lack the much-needed medical attention, like in the Philippines. But the alarming issue was uplifted and makes notice when someone looks into their flight. Thanks to the thoughtful Senator Edgardo Angara. Two years ago in the month of May, Senator Angara filed a social protection mechanism in the form of a health insurance program for the poorest Filipino children by establishing the ChildrenÂ’s Health Insu...
Published by Ron Siojo 92 months ago in Children's Health & Nutrition | +13 votes | 7 comments
Nutrition and child development are two terms that often go hand in hand. The more nutritious diet your child consumes, the healthier your child would be, physically and mentally. The nutrition requirement of a child differs from that of an adult, because the child witnesses the phase of growth. It is owing to this fact that there arises a need to encourage healthy nutrition for child.
Published by Ron Siojo 90 months ago in Children's Health & Nutrition | +12 votes | 9 comments
How much of a child's behavior is related to environmental factors such as the home, school, church and society? How much may be related to diet, heredity, and other factors? One thing is certain: the more the irritable the child, the more the personality fluctuation, the more depressed or violent he/she gets, then the more an analysis of his/her body chemistry, his/her diet and his/her environment is in order.
Published by Levy Dalumpines 98 months ago in Children's Health & Nutrition | +11 votes | 3 comments
A child who develops a fever, cough, and rapid breathing after the first three days of cold symptoms may have bacterial pneumonia. This is also why it is really important that your child is up-to-date with his vaccinations.
Published by Aileen P. N. 93 months ago in Children's Health & Nutrition | +10 votes | 3 comments
Protecting your children from germs may do much more harm than good.
Published by Jake Andrews 97 months ago in Children's Health & Nutrition | +10 votes | 3 comments
Do you know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day? Not only for adults but children and school going kids should have habit of having breakfast at the start of the day. A good breakfast provides the nutrients that people need to start their day off right. Many people underestimate the value of breakfast. They may only have a glass of juice or a cup of coffee and eat nothing at all. However, research has shown that this type of routine is not the best habit to get into. Eating a ...
Published by Amera Khanam 97 months ago in Children's Health & Nutrition | +10 votes | 3 comments
We live in the age of the snack and the coffee break. Eating is almost a non-stop activity for some. The average Western diet includes approximately twelve hundred empty calories in snack foods every day. Overloading the diet with empty calorie food is one of the chief reasons why so many people, including children, are overweight. Eating between meals delays digestion and interferes with the digestive process of the duodenum. Because the food is assimilated more slowly, the general nutritive p...
Published by Levy Dalumpines 99 months ago in Children's Health & Nutrition | +10 votes | 4 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. 77 months ago in Children's Health & Nutrition | +9 votes | 3 comments
Whatever the written promises on nutritional products for kids and babies manufactured by companies; there is hardly any substitute to homely prepared yoghurt---
Published by DR AJMER SINGH MANN PH.D,HMD 88 months ago in Children's Health & Nutrition | +9 votes | 5 comments
When should I worry about my child's speech development and what are the healthy milestones?
Published by Tere Scott 100 months ago in Children's Health & Nutrition | +9 votes | 0 comments
Save time by eating the same foods you make for the kids' lunches. Dress them up by making your own nutritious and gourmet additions to your favorite sandwich or other lunch item.
Published by Stacy Calvert 103 months ago in Children's Health & Nutrition | +9 votes | 8 comments
This is the continuing saga of parenthood, as for the mother who becomes pregnant till she brought into existence her child. Now that you are finished with breast feeding, running after your, bathing him/her, feeding healthy food and putting to sleep are now your new job. Infant care is as much as important as taking care of your childÂ’s health. The health of your child is know your concern as he or she grows up and side by side with it is the good attitude and morals you want to teach your ...
Published by Ron Siojo 95 months ago in Children's Health & Nutrition | +8 votes | 5 comments
Quick and healthy breakfasts for kids can be eaten on the way.
Published by Linda Hendelman 102 months ago in Children's Health & Nutrition | +8 votes | 2 comments
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