11 Jun
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How to promote mental health in children

An overweight young boy, Bobby, was being teased and physically abused by his friends. He was also reluctant to play with others and often used to act aggressively at school. As a result, he had withdrawn socially and became depressed. This contributed to his poor health and poorer mental health. Mental health is an essential […]

11 Jun
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Importance of Gross Motor Development in Early Childhood

Myra, a little girl, used to get a piggyback down the block to her bus stop every morning and back every afternoon. One day, because her father’s back was bothering him, she had to walk to the bus stop. He couldn’t believe, how much she complained and how tired she was. He then and there […]

10 Jun
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Need of School based health program

Adam 6-year-old boy had a fever last night and was not able to attend the school, as he had to visit the doctor. Students have a hard time learning when they aren’t feeling well. They may miss a class— and when they are in class, they might have trouble paying attention. Giving kids and teens […]

20 May
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10 Health Symptoms You Shouldn’t Ignore in Children

Suhana, a 4-year-old girl, woke up at about 3 am with a high fever. Her parents gave her medicine and tried to put her back to sleep when they noticed little red dots popping up in her body. They rushed her to the doctor where they confirmed that she had serious allergic reactions. Though rashes, […]

20 May
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5 pediatric dental issues that every parent needs to know

Roma, a 7-year-old girl, used to treat herself to chocolates, ice-cream, and candies every day and refused to brush regularly. When her tooth started aching, a visit to the dentist confirmed that Roma’s teeth have cavity. And he also advised her to avoid sugary foods. Dental diseases are common among children of all ages. According […]

30 Apr
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Ear Infections and Its Symptoms in Kids

Reena had a viral cold where he had a runny nose and other related symptoms. He was up screaming and crying several times at night. A visit to a doctor confirmed that it was more than just cold. He had an ear infection. Ear infections are very common in small children, but it can be […]

29 Apr
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Child Behavioral Modification Techniques in Schools

Shaileja is overwhelmingly loud and often back talks to her parents. She misbehaves and doesn’t mind using lies to get what she wants. Her parents feel completely helpless as she never follows their directions. Behavioral misconduct has become a common issue these days as we can find most of the parents being able to correlate […]

28 Apr
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The Cognitive Benefits of Physical Activities for Children

Devitt is 7 years old, who repeatedly gets a lot of complaints sent from school. He is usually distracted and has minimal attention span when it comes to school assignments. His poor scores in exams were a constant concern for his parents. After a discussion with his parent, his teacher figured out that one reason […]

03 Dec
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Dengue Risk in children – Early Symptoms & Safeguards

Come the rainy season, we anticipate the risk of Dengue and think of ways to protect our little ones. Although, our beliefs are true to some extent, but there are many other reasons for spreading of Dengue. Dengue is a mosquito-borne viral disease transmitted by the bite of an infected female mosquito. The threat of […]