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.

Sturge-Weber Syndrome in Children

Sturge-Weber syndrome (SSW) is a rare congenital disease. Above all, its most distinctive feature is a birthmark on the face, as well as neurological symptoms. For these reasons, it’s considered a neurocutaneous syndrome. SSW was first described in 1860, although…

What Are Boy Scouts?

Boy Scouts are the main players in a youth movement based on values such as solidarity, mutual aid, and respect. Their purpose is to help young people build their character and personality, while contributing to their physical, mental and spiritual…

Symptoms of Mental Illness in Children

Identifying mental illness in children can be difficult for parents or other people around them. Children often don’t have the ability to adequately express what’s happening to them physically. And when it comes to a psychological level it’s even more…

Vygotsky and the Psychology of Play

Lev Semionovich Vygotsky was a Russian psychologist and forefather of his specialty. He’s best known for his work in the psychology of development. Vygotsky believed that people can only develop properly through social interaction. One of the key elements of…

3 Activities to Help Prevent Bullying

Students spend the greater part of their school day inside their regular classrooms. Therefore, working in the prevention of bullying in this context is fundamental. For this reason, we’ve put together the following article in which we explain 3 group…

What Is Developmental Psychology?

Developmental psychology studies changes and continuity processes about people’s behavior. For instance, it studies a human being’s psychological skills throughout their lives, from birth until death. Developmental psychology studies three stages of development, these stages interact constantly and are studied…