If you are a parent and your little munchkin loves biting into a pizza slice oozing with cheese or her favorite snack is anything that has cheese in it, then this is a must read for you. With a lip-smacking flavor and huge variety, cheese is commonly touted as kids’ f... Read More
After your baby is born, two important factors need utmost priority to ensure that your baby has a healthy life. Firstly, breastfeeding, which offers tremendous amounts of nutrients which inadvertently builds the immune power in your baby to fight against harmful diseas... Read More
Seeing your child take their first step, watching them utter their first word, and attending their school plays are just some of the many joys of parenthood. But this pleasure of witnessing your child’s growth and development also comes with its fair share of health i... Read More
Parents often talk proudly about their baby’s early talking skills or walking ability. It is also natural to think that mastering these skills at an early age indicates that the baby is smarter than his or her peers. But is intelligence really linked with early walkin... Read More
Stories that start with 'Once Upon a Time' and that ends with 'Happily ever after' consciously or sub-consciously have influenced each one of us while growing up. Most of us learned many moral lessons and basic humanity through these stories that are filled with dragons... Read More
Perhaps all of us can recall being warned by our parents that watching TV from too close a distance can damage our eyesight. But do you think this belief, which still abounds about the eye care, is really true? Can sitting too close to the television really weaken our v... Read More
From recurring fever, rashes, diarrhea, and what not, there are a number of problems linked to the teething of your baby! The list of these common beliefs may even outnumber the count of teeth your baby has! But, can teething be blamed for the rise in body’s temperatu... Read More
Every baby and mom are unique and the decision to breastfeed your baby is all a personal matter. But, the medical research from all across the world, including ones from the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, strongly recommends to exclusively breastfe... Read More
Nightmares aren't real, but they can be frightening for both children and adults alike. Usually, nightmares are nothing to worry about. Most kids simply outgrow nightmares on their own. In the meantime, your calming presence and gentle reassurance can help lull your chi... Read More
Who doesn’t love the chubby cheeks of a child and the waddling gait of a plump toddler? Sadly, doctors around the world are worried that this seemingly lovely sight could, in fact, signal a difficult problem namely childhood obesity. Understand here the reasons f... Read More
Children, especially the school beginners, are most susceptible to falling sick frequently. As the immune system of these younger children is not completely developed, they tend to battle series of infections, almost every day. Here are 5 common health problems in ... Read More
Do you rush to your doctor immediately at the sight of your toddler coughing and sneezing? Not always, right? As a word of caution, it is always better to cut down on harsh drugs as medicines for normal childhood illnesses such as cold, cough, nausea, motions, or even m... Read More
A - I read your question carefully and I understand your concern. Given the normal MRI and if there are no other symptoms such as throbbing pain or increasingly warm and red skin (which might indicate a...
A - Hi and thanks for query, 1)Please tell me your height age and sex? If you know your body fat percentage you can mention it. You have to take 100 calories less then your maintainance calories. I would...