Your child had a fever but now has rashes all over his mouth, palms and sole of the feet. You panic and jump to conclusions confusing it with chicken pox.
Have you ever wondered why your child is often complaining of chest pain? Or have you wondered why they have nausea, stomachache or sour burps? The reason could be simple. Your child may be getting heartburn.
Are you suffering from the dreaded E – eczema, which often leaves your skin painful, embarrassing and debilitating? This even gets worse when the clothes you wear don’t comfort you and further irritate your skin.
Every child has a fever every now and then. This lasts for a few days before it vanishes. However, what is important is that we should record the temperature accurately.
An eating disorder can affect a child’s personality mainly because of all the stress that the body is going through. Children often become moodier and irritable. This is simply due to the fact that the brain and the body are undernourished.
When letters are introduced many children tend to reverse their letters while reading and writing. But did you know that reversing letters is not a sure sign of dyslexia and not all children with dyslexia reverse their letters?
Always reading the ingredient list on every box or package. As though this was not enough for celiacs, they also have to worry about the gluten hiding in little places like toothpaste, shampoo and lotion.
Have you heard about RSV? Did you know that it is a virus and just like the flu this virus is seasonal and easy to spread? Did you know that it is very common in children who are of 2 years age and below?
A child with autism may not show the same behaviour as their peers. These children display behaviours which are not only challenging for them but also for people around them and they simply find other’s behaviour confusing.
“Challenges are what make life interesting and overcoming them is what makes life meaningful.” – Joshua J. Marine