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Things to Remember Legally If Your Doctor Made a Medical Mistake in Your Birth

Disclaimer: The information presented below only gives you the background you’ll need in the situation that your doctor made a medical mistake in your birth and you want to take legal action. You shouldn’t use all the information indicated here as a replacement for professional legal advice. What you should do instead is to discuss […]

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How to Keep Your Baby Healthy During the First Few Months

Sometimes it can be difficult to keep yourself healthy but when it comes to your baby, you should do all you can to help them. The following tips will help you to keep your baby healthy. Consider Where You Are Taking Them In those first few months, you want everyone to see your new bundle […]

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8 Tips To Prevent Childhood Illness

Children are prone to countless diseases due to their weakness in the immune system. Most common diseases are Skin rash, Fever, Allergy, Chickenpox, Diarrhea, Epileptic seizure, and Pneumonia etc. Not all but if you follow the following tips, your baby should be free of some of these common diseases. Breast Feeding: Yes, you hear about […]

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Helping Student with Special Needs

Top Tips for Helping Pupils With SEN

The population of children with SEN is growing and this has led to an increasing number of teachers, coaches, instructors and adults in general adopting new methods of communication with children who have special needs. Teachers are likely to experience teaching a child with special needs at some stage which further increases the necessity for […]

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GLOBALLY 1 IN 10 CHILDREN ARE OBESE

Source: http://www.globalhealthpr.com/ihsms-2-0/ INFOGRAPHICS DETAILS: GLOBALLY 1 IN 10 CHILDREN ARE OBESE But in ONE MONTH in 2012 there were ONLY 15,189 ONLINE CONVERSATIONS world wide THAT’S 1 PER 23,40 OBESE CHILDREN. CHILDHOODOBESITY (Per affected capita) ALZHEIMER’S *142 DIABETES *384 LEUKEMIA *7813 ONLINE CONVERSATIONS RELATED TO CHILDHOOD OBESITY: AND YET WE TALK ABOUT SOME NOT-SO-IMPORTANT STUFF […]

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CHILDHOOD OBESITY

CHILDHOOD OBESITY

Source: http://blog.preventcancer.org/2012/childhood-obesity-infographic/ INFOGRAPHICS DETAILS: Stop Cancer before It Starts CHILDHOOD OBESITY 1/3 of all children and adolescents are overweight obese. Overweight adolescents have a 70 PERCENT chance of becoming overweight adults Childhood obesity has more than tripled in the past 30 years. INCREASED RISK OF Heart Disease Diabetes Stroke cancer. 2/3 of high school kids […]

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CHILDHOOD OBESITY. DID YOU KNOW?

CHILDHOOD OBESITY. DID YOU KNOW?

INFOGRAPHICS DETAILS: DID YOU KNOW? 38% of 5th, 7,h & 9th graders in California are overweight or obese. 75% of overweight teens are likely to be obese as adults. 80% of children diagnosed with type 2 diabetes are overweight. Ranks #1 among all states in the amount it spends on the health consequences of obesity. […]

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Children and Digestive Problems

When babies are very young, since the moment that they are born and until they are about 3 or 4 months of age, they may suffer from colic, which means that they will cry with stomach discomfort and pain about three hours a day.   Causes of Digestion Problems in Children Doctors do not know […]

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A Breakdown of Preventive Dental Care for Children

Preventive dental care for children plays a major role in creating good oral habits and a beautiful smile that will last a lifetime. Both children and parents can benefit from the education and services provided by the family dentist. This list is meant to be a simple guide that discusses the various aspects of preventive […]

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Eye Exams for Children Undergoing Major Necessary Changes

Most children do not have eye exams administered until they first show signs of poor eye health or vision problems. Unfortunately, many parents underestimate the many benefits of having their children tested early, and tested properly. Statistics have shown that majority of children entering kindergarten have yet to receive their first eye exam, even though […]

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