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.

Foods to Help Prevent Anemia

There are several foods you can include in your children’s meal to help prevent anemia. Anemia usually appears due to a lack of hemoglobin, which is a molecule that is responsible for transporting oxygen in the blood. A lack of…

4 Tasty Recipes with Spinach

Getting kids to eat vegetables can be a difficult task for parents. But there are tricks we can use to convince children to eat their greens and even enjoy them. How? Read these tasty recipes with spinach to get some…

How to Tone Your Glutes

If you’re looking to tone your glutes, in this article we’ll provide a few exercises you can do at home. When it comes to working out, remember that not everything is about looks. For those who practice sports such as…

The Risk of Whooping Cough for Babies

Whooping cough, also called pertussis, is a serious illness caused by a bacterial infection of the respiratory system. It is characterized by coughing fits followed by a sharp sound upon inhalation. This contagious respiratory illness affects mostly infants under six…

Your Child’s First Fever

There is nothing more distressing than when our babies have high fevers. The first fever that reaches 41 degrees is a complicated situation to face. It floods our mind with uncertainty and concerns, leaving little room for anything else. When this…

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…

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 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…