Archive for the ‘Baby’ Category
Congratulations on being pregnant! A wonderful and exciting time of many developments and changes awaits you, but you need to keep informed on those changes, first and foremost. In order to help you do this, we’ve compiled a brief list of three things you can do, in order to prevent birth defects. None of them are in any way time consuming or complex—on the contrary. They are simple measures, designed to improve your overall quality of life, and to help you prevent one of the scariest possibilities, in the life of mothers and babies the world over. Of course, there is no sure fire way to prevent all genetic defects, especially since many of them have unknown causes. However, some health issues are entirely preventable, especially if you build a healthy lifestyle, take care not to smoke or drink alcohol and monitor your pregnancy week by week. Therefore, read on and stay healthy.
Otitis media is a typical disorder of children. According to the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorder (NIDCD), 3 out of 4 children suffered from otitis media in the first three years of life.
Generally the cause of otitis is a cold, although there are cases of otitis associated with a malfunction of the Eustachian tube or at the level of infection with unlabeled spread to involve the ear. Read the rest of this entry »
It’s a birth that occurs before 37 weeks of gestation when the embryo is viable. Tout must be done to avoid it because this early birth is not safe for the child.
Preterm birth can occur spontaneously or be provoked on medical decision if there is a risk to the life of the child or mother. Read the rest of this entry »
Confusion among parents: baby, usually so friendly and smiling starts screaming when he sees a stranger. Would it become wild?
And then he hangs around your neck when he sees a dog. Would it become afraid?
And even in the presence of his aunt he has not seen since 1 month, he suddenly screams as she approaches. Would it become asocial?
We can reassure you right away: your child is between 6 months and 15 months and it is quite normal. Read the rest of this entry »
Also subject to the screening in children and adolescents are growth disorders. However, it is not for them so easy to narrow down what still considered healthy and evaluate what is abnormal as. The clamping width of normal growth is very large, and only 5% of all children are considered small or large tufted. Moreover, these interference gene is often not clear what proportion of genetically conditioned. Among the possible causes of tough- Len because in addition to hereditary diseases and interference gene endocrine or chronic Diseases such as asthma, rheumatism, inflammatory exclusive-intestinal diseases. therapies practiced these Grunderkrankun- Gen., for example, lack of growth hormones, will be replaced. Distinguished early High growth from, it can with sex hormones GE be slowed down