Health

As parents you always want the best for your children, so here’s where you’ll find detailed information about their health. Articles on all those things that you worry about during their growth and development: vaccines, disease prevention, nutrition advice, balanced diet, and tips for relieving pain and other problems that can affect their physical and psychological well-being.

Careful! These Foods Are Not Safe For Children

Be careful mom, not all foods are safe for children, and having a healthy and balanced nutrition is fundamental for their growth. For your peace of mind, we offer you a practical guide of what you should and should not…

How to Handle Headaches in Children

One of the most frequent pains that people experience are headaches. Headaches can affect the neck, head and scalp. There are various causes for this pain, whether they are physical or psychological, such as from stress. Until recently, it was…

10 Tips to Increase Your Child’s Immune System

Many of the potential health problems that children face can be prevented by increasing their immune system. The body’s immune system can be helped in different ways, such as by eating a nutritious diet to ward off certain diseases. The…

Can Getting Enough Rest Promote Intelligence?

A good rest can actually promote intelligence for both children and adults. Going to bed earlier or later our quality of sleep and thus how deeply we sleep as well. Experts have determined that this can vary between adults and…

How to Get a Child to Take Their Medicine?

Getting a child to take their medicine is often a tough battle. “Up! Open your mouth! Go on! Swallow it, it’s for your own good!” are just a few examples of phrases we employ to get them to take it.…

Risks of a Retained Placenta

Delivery does not end once the baby is born. Expulsion of the placenta is described as the third vital phase of the process. This phase tends to be quick and easy, because it happens after the effort of pushing out…

9 Symptoms Of Premature Menopause

Premature menopause can occur between the ages of 15 and 39 years. It is understood that at least one in every thousand women experiences ovarian insufficiency at as young as 29 years of age, and one in one hundred does…

3 Recommendations for Preventing Gestational Diabetes

Gestational diabetes occurs due to a change in the metabolism of glucose during gestation. It is a type of diabetes that only happens during pregnancy, preventing insulin from working correctly. An imbalance in the regulation of blood glucose levels is…

What Is Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome?

During a menstrual cycle, a woman usually produces an egg; this happens once a month. However, some women who have trouble getting pregnant turn to treatments that stimulate egg release. These treatments are given in order for them to produce more…

What Is Vaginal Seeding?

Vaginal seeding is a  widespread procedure that is increasingly applied in cesarean deliveries. It involves taking a sample of vaginal fluids from the mother and applying them to the skin, mouth and eyes of the infant. This practice is also…

How to Treat Atopic Dermatitis In Children

Atopic dermatitis has become one of the most frequent cutaneous diseases in children and babies. Approximately 20% of children under the age of 6 suffer from it and the most common cause has to do with feeding changes. It can also…

How to Take Care of a Cold

The common cold is one of the most frequent affectations during infancy. Colds generally pass without serious consequences. But they can be very bothersome, especially for our little ones who do not understand what is happening to them and can’t express how…

Being a Parent Can Modify Your Brain

Having a child changes our lives. They renew our hopes, intensify our illusions and multiply our capacity to love by ten. However, did you know that having a baby changes parents’ brains in a spectacular way? If there is something…

How Do Probiotics Help Children and Pregnant Women?

Probiotics are microorganisms that have great health benefits that help babies, children and also pregnant women. Probiotics can be found in some of the products we normally consume, especially those of dairy origin. Probiotics can be beneficial in pregnancy because they…