Paternal Age: A Factor for New born Baby

Society always reminds a woman of their ticking biological clocks and the risks that come with having children later in life both in terms of maternal and infant health but there’s been less research for the impact of men’s age on their children’s health. The problem starts for the last four decades as more couples…

What Vacation Meant for Healthy Life?

A break from everything is much needed to everyone in a while. The amount of stuff we’ve got to handle on a regular basis between work, family, friends, and finances, we need for self-care. Vacations are more than just a change of scenery. Many Experts believe that the break from work provides benefits to both…

How to Measure Nicotine Exposure in Children?

Young children are addicted to the effects of tobacco smoke and other environmental toxicants are a major public health problem. Exposures to abstract electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes), nicotine, and tobacco products among young children are increasing day by day. Approximately more than 2,500 teenagers start smoking every day and one-third of them will die prematurely of…

Do you think your Approach to Feeding Your Kids is right?

We all want our kids to eat well and feeding kids is not for the faint of heart. It’s a hard job. But it’s worth the effort. Today feeding kids may still involve encouraging them to finish their food, take more bites or eat a certain amount for their health is tough. Using treats to…

Are you wondering on your child’s reading issues?

Sometimes kids have trouble in accurate reading and fluency. Dyslexia is a disorder characterized by trouble with reading comprehension, spelling and writing. Raising a child with dyslexia is a journey. Causes of Dyslexia:It’s a condition by born, and it often hereditary. People with dyslexia are not stupid or lazy. Most of them have average or…

2nd Annual Conference on Pediatric Nursing and Healthcare

2nd Annual Conference on Pediatric Nursing and Healthcare scheduled during June 17-18, 2019 in Dubai, UAE which aims to keep you updated with the best and most advanced practices in the field of pediatrics, nursing and health. Health Care 2019 goes with the theme of “Innovation, Initiation and Implementation in pediatric healthcare”. This conference will bring together a wide audience of budding…

PANDAS: A Guide for Parents

PANDAS is an abbreviation that refers to “pediatric autoimmune neuropsychiatric disorders related to streptococcal infections. It involves sudden and often major changes in personality, behavior, and movement in children. Some children develop sudden physical and mental side effect half a month after contamination. When they begin, these side effects will in general quickly deteriorate. PANDAS…

Children’s Cancer for CT Scans

Submit Your Abstract on “Pediatric Oncology’’ Click Here The use of Computed Tomography (CT) scans has increased dramatically over these years. CT scans greatly improve diagnostic capabilities but they deliver higher radiation doses than other tests. Therefore, radiation protection is a worry, particularly among children, who may get higher radiation dosages, are more susceptible to…

Do You Think Exercise Help You in Losing Weight?

Losing weight is one of the top works for a person. We’ve been conditioned to think of exercise as a key ingredient and perhaps the most important ingredient for any weight losseffort. But in truth, the evidence has been accumulating for years that exercise is great for health, but not actually all that important for…

Short Stature in Child

Short stature is characterized as a tallness that is 2 standard deviations (SD) or more below the mean tallness for people of a similar sex and chronologic age in a given populace. The most widely recognized reasons for short stature beyond the first year or two of life is familial (genetic) short stature and constitutional…