Category: Children’s Health

  • Should You Purchase a Life Insurance Policy for Your Child?

    It is easy to reject the notion of purchasing life insurance for a child. Honestly, no parent wants to consider the possibility of receiving a death benefit on their child. However, permanent life insurance can be a useful tool in financial planning. As a result, purchasing life insurance for your child may provide a number […]

  • 6 Benefits of Using Multisystemic Therapy to Help Treat Kids

    How To Keep Your Entire Family Healthy By Staying Active

    Staying active is something that you can teach your children early. This lesson will follow them for a lifetime which is so important for their health. You want to keep your entire family in decent shape without pushing too hard. Being too strict on this can be something that makes your children dislike staying active. […]

  • Annual Checkups: Homeschoolers Need Them Too

    It’s the end of summer and that means it’s Back to School time! While most folks are busy picking out school supplies and buying new shoes for their kids, there is one group of parents who may be doing things a bit differently – the homeschooling community. Start dates may vary, each family can decide […]

  • The Causes Behind Malnutrition in Children

    The Causes Behind Malnutrition in Children

    Malnutrition is a complex issue with multifactorial causes. Each country is unique when it comes to the causes of malnutrition, but generally malnutrition relates to a lack of food security caused by: natural disasters, poverty, lack of nutritional education, limited healthcare access, poor sanitation and hygiene practices, and a lack of safe drinking water.  Malnutrition […]

  • How Long Do You Have to Sue for a Birth Injury

    The birth of your child should be one of the happiest days of your life, but what happens when problems during the delivery leave your child injured? Birth injuries can range from minor to serious. Severe injuries can be devastating, resulting in a lifetime of suffering, disability, specialized care, and medical costs. Birth injuries are […]

  • Child Knock Knees Treatment

    It’s not uncommon for some children to have orthopedic issues that cause them to walk with an awkward gait or create pain in their joints. One of the most common orthopedic problems that a lot of small children experience before their adolescent years is genu valgum, or knock-knees as it is commonly called. What Exactly […]

  • 3 Tips For Creating Healthy Routines For Your Young Kids

    3 Tips For Creating Healthy Routines For Your Young Kids

    As a parent, it’s vital that you teach your kids everything that they will need to know to become happy, healthy, successful adults. To do this, you’ll want to start out when they are young by instilling in them routines that are good for them and that they will be able to carry with them […]

  • Infant Necrotizing Enterocolitis Cases

    Infant Necrotizing Enterocolitis is a severe gastrointestinal emergency, especially in premature infants. This intestinal disease occurs mainly in premature babies and seriously affects the baby’s health. Baby formula consumption is one of the causes of the disease. In cases where the baby formula given to the infant causes Necrotizing Enterocolitis, the family has the legal […]

  • How To Get Your Child To Wear Their Glasses

    How To Get Your Child To Wear Their Glasses

    Many parents struggle to get their children to wear glasses. You know what it’s like: you surf the web looking for any tips and tricks you can use to get your child to warm to the idea of wearing their glasses every single day. Kids generally don’t like glasses. They think it makes them look […]

  • 2022 Daycare Trend Predictions

    The pandemic continued its impact on the world in 2021. Schools kept fluctuating between opening and closing. In some places, everything came to a halt with the lockdowns and quarantines. Large enterprises to small shops, universities, and schools shutting down due to the virus is common. Online education is more common today than in-person schooling.  […]