Baby Development

Something You Should Know about Rickets in Child

Something You Should Know about Rickets in Child

Rickets is a disorder that affects the bones, causing them to soften and break easily. It is most common in children. Rickets in child is not a strange disease but understanding it well to have some preventions is really important … Read more

How to Choose The Best Toys for Your Beloved Kids?

How to Choose The Best Toys for Your Beloved Kids?

Normally when we think about a child, we will also think about the toy, it is clear that toy and children are close friends, A child will not have a perfect development without toys, and toys are integral friends for … Read more

Your unborn baby’s gender: How to know?

Your unborn baby's gender: How to know?

One of the most commonly – asked questions by parents-to-be is “How soon can I find out my baby’s sex?”. That is certain to  know whether your baby is a girl or  a boy. And up to now, the two … Read more

Listening to your kids snoring, tracing his behavioral development

Listening to your kids snoring, tracing his behavioral development

Lying next to your loved baby, can you notice sometimes his snoring and may you take it into a health concern, possibly sleep apnea or sleeping disorder? Here we let those behind since a recent study has linked kids behavior … Read more

Possibly found signs of autism in 6-month-old child

Possibly found signs of autism in 6-month-old child

Autism signs can be found as early as in 6-month-old babies, studied researchers at University of North Carolina. The researchers looked at how the brain develops in early life and found that tracts of white matter that connect different regions … Read more

Color Recognition And Child Development

Color Recognition And Child Development

For child, the perceptual foundation for color is in place as early as 4 months. Right at this period, babies can focus on and follow moving objects, including human faces, distinguish the pitch and volume of sound, discriminate sweet, sour, … Read more

Overweight Kids Who Exercise Improve Thinking, Math Skills: Study

Overweight Kids Who Exercise Improve Thinking, Math Skills: Study

FRIDAY, Feb. 11 (HealthDay News) — When overweight, sedentary kids start to exercise regularly, their ability to think, to plan and even to do math improves, a new study suggests. Chronic sedentary behavior ‘is compromising children’s ability and achievement,’ research … Read more

‘Kinship Caregivers’ Get Less Help Than Foster Parents: Study

'Kinship Caregivers' Get Less Help Than Foster Parents: Study

MONDAY, Feb. 7 (HealthDay News) — Children who live with a relative after being removed from their home because of maltreatment have fewer behavioral and social skills problems than children in foster homes, finds a new study. Better services needed … Read more

Teens With Food Allergies May Feel Unsafe at School

Teens With Food Allergies May Feel Unsafe at School

FRIDAY, Jan. 28 (HealthDay News) — Children and teens with potentially life-threatening food allergies may feel unsafe, isolated and excluded in their schools, a small study suggests. Younger children report feeling more confident because of greater supervision, small study finds. … Read more

Babies Seem to Sense Who’s Boss

Babies Seem to Sense Who's Boss

THURSDAY, Jan. 27 (HealthDay News) — Even babies seem to know that might makes right, according to new research that suggests infants use size as a measure to predict who will prevail when two individuals have a conflict. Study suggests … Read more