Conditions and illnesses
By age six, your “chip off the old block” is indeed on the way to becoming a mini-block himself or herself. But six year olds are not miniature adults.
Television has become a cultural phenomenon in the United States. In fact, next to the family, some experts believe that television can be the most influential medium to children. Even young infants and toddlers are becoming mesmerized by popular television shows marketed to their age group as "educational" programming. But are our babies really ready?
Scoliosis is a problem that makes the spine curve and twist from side to side. It is most often found in girls in their early teens. But boys can have it, too.
The pediatrist said that you child has Undescended Testicle? What does he mean?
From the time our children are born food is paramount. From establishing a good breastfeeding regimen, or preparing meals to learning about eating disorders, as parents we rise to the occasion. Here are a few articles to guide you through these important challenges.
Approximately six out of 1000 newborns are born with hearing loss, and one in 10 children will develop a hearing problem sometime during childhood. Some problems are temporary, and some problems are permanent.
There are numerous causes of hearing loss in infancy. Some examples include a family history of hearing loss, low birth weight, complications after birth, or ear infections.
By identifying hearing impaired children at a very young age, health professionals can intervene faster to ensure they can communicate well with other people.