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.

Infant Migraines: Symptoms, Causes and Treatment

Infant migraines are a painful disorder that affects more children than you would imagine. It’s for that reason that we should be alert and aware that our own children could be affected.Specialists indicate that this problem is just as prevalent in…

Overcoming Postpartum Depression

The birth of a baby marks one of the happiest and most unforgettable moments in the life of every mother. However, mothers often fall into a very distressing stage after childbirth for no apparent reason. In this article, we will…

Rumination Disorder in Children

Rumination disorder in children is involuntary, infrequent and of short duration. But what is rumination? Rumination is the regurgitation of food to chew and swallow it again. This occurs as a consequence of a series of psychological factors. Age of…

Rett Syndrome: Symptoms and Treatment

Among the enormous variety of illnesses and disorders that can affect human beings, there is a category of rare diseases. These are conditions that affect five or fewer people out of every 10,000. One of these is Rett syndrome. The…

Types of Vaginal Discharge: Everything You Need to Know

Vaginal discharge fulfills an important function in the female reproductive system. This fluid, which is generally clear and watery, helps to keep the vagina clean and prevent infection. It is produced by glands inside the vagina and around the cervix,…

Snoring in Children: Causes and Solutions

Frequent snoring in children can become a cause for concern. In these cases, parents often consult a pediatrician. Your doctor may determine that your child’s snoring is absolutely normal. In any case, parents should be aware of the difference between…

Behaviors that May Be Signs of Autism

As parents it’s natural to worry about our children having health issues. When referring to autism, it’s best to detect it as soon as possible (before 18 months). In order to diagnosis this disorder, we must first know what the…

The Dangers Of Being A Tired Mother

The day finally arrives – you get to see the face, eyes and smile of your baby. All you feel is pure happiness. However, life goes on and raising a child is no easy task. It involves a lot of…

How to Detect Lactose Intolerance in Babies

Being attentive to symptoms is the best way to detect lactose intolerance in babies. In this article we will share with you the symptoms that characterize this condition. It is important to note that in young infants, acute diarrhea is…

How to Deal with Postpartum Depression

During the “wonderful wait” of pregnancy, the vast majority of us feel great and excited, but surprise! When we finally get to have our little ones in our arms, the hormones start to go haywire and suddenly the feeling of…

9 Basic Tips for Breast Care

In this article we’ll cover 9 basic tips for breast care to keep in mind. Breasts are a very sensitive part of a woman’s body. Experts recommend taking the necessary precautions to maintain physical and aesthetic health in this area.…

What You Need to Know about Scarlet Fever

When children are suffering from scarlet fever, they don’t always get proper treatment. As a result, they may take longer to recover and get over the symptoms. That’s why it’s important to find out everything you can about how to…

Fontanelles: “Holes” in the Baby’s Head

Fontanelles are one of the most feared parts of motherhood. It is no wonder that these myths regarding newborns’ anatomy concern us. The truth is that fontanelles are absolutely normal and necessary for your child’s development. Fontanelles are that soft…

Benefits of Breastfeeding for Mother and Child

In today’s article we’d like to talk about some of the many health benefits of breastfeeding for both mothers and their babies. Many mothers can’t decide between breastfeeding and using formula. Also, some mothers can’t breastfeed for various reasons and…

How to Relieve Constipation in Children

Constipation is common in the first few months of a baby’s life. This issue is not only bothersome for your little one, but it can also become worse if you don’t do something to relieve constipation. If your baby has released…

Time Out For Moms: The Benefits of Rest

“The early bird gets the worm.” “If you snooze you lose…” Mothers not only deserve time to rest, but absolutely need it. There are numerous benefits of rest. Rest is a fundamental biological need for the body to recover.  Below…

Your Father’s Arms: A Wonderful Place To Grow

We all know that few places are as safe, affective and important for a child’s development as their mother’s arms. But what about their father’s arms? Although men don’t breastfeed or give birth, their closeness, affection, voice and even their skin…