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Treatment of Child and Adolescent Problems
Thyroid Problems Treatment
Thyroid Disorder Treatment
Paediatric Critical Care
Treatment of Childhood Infections
Child Nutrition Management
Growth And Development Including General Paediatri
Management of New Born Care
Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (Pgd)
Congenital Ear Problem Treatment
Treatment of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome In Adolesce
Treatment of Thyroid Disease in Children
Cleft Lip Treatment
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HI, My son who was like 6 year and half year old started suffering from vkc and is on corresponding medication like pataday drops genteal drops tacrolimus. Is there any permanent treatment for the same.
Dear sir My son is suffering from tonsil problem since a long time and he is getting best treatment from the Doctor.But as the treatment completed the same problem comes within fifteen days or a month later. So you are requested to advise the best treatmebnt for my son.Age of my son is about ten years. Thanking you Best regards.
Mr. vaccines r given at the age of 9 month and 15 th month now wat s the reason for implement in school going children. Why it s necessary. Everyone saying it's not harmful. Can someone help me. Wat s true.
My daughter continues weeping last night. I think so she has pain due teething but I feel it's not normal like she is weeping .She is 13 months old.
I have 11 week baby daughter. She was vigorous at birth. But she was diagnosed with jaundice at 15 days check up. Her bilirubin level went high to 23. But after phototherapy it came down to 9. So she was discharged. Again in the follow up check up her bilirubin rose to 13. She was released. Everything was ok. On 5 week 1 day my husbands hand stroke her head when she was on feed. There was no bump nothing. She cried but easily stopped when I move my hand over her head. But from the next day I felt change in crying pattern. She cried less and cried in a very lazy manner. Again I can feel some changes .such as she is very less interested in me. Before she looked at me like she wanted to know me more. Now at 11 week she is not interested in me and she becomes slow after the accident. She smiles at me when she is happy. But she does that with other also. She is tracking object. She looks at fan and fixes her eyes on it. But she does not look at me in such a way. I feel she loses memory.
Healthy eating gives kids the energy they need for their busy days.
Here are some great ways to make it easier.
Breakfast is important: it can be up to 12 hrs since their last meal, so kids need to refuel for the day ahead. Give him healthy choices like cereal and reduced fat milk, toast, fresh fruit, eggs on toast, juice and reduced fat yoghurt.
Water works: get kids into the habit of drinking water to keep them hydrated throughout the day.
Snack smart: encourage your kids to take an interest in their health early in life by planning their own healthy snacks-this will help them look for a healthy diet when they get older.
Get cooking: food is not just about good nutrition; it's one of life's great pleasures. Transform your kids into young cooks-even young children can help peel carrots, pod peas, great cheese, put together tacos or design their own healthy pizza toping. If they've helped make it, they'll be more likely to enjoy eating it.
Slow and steady: encourage them to eat slowly. This prevents overeating and helps them recognize when they're full.
Eat at the table: eating snacks and meals sitting down at the table or kitchen bench instead of in front of the tv is good habit for the whole family.
Get a balance: variety and balance are the keep to helping a child enjoy a healthy diet. Aim to eat a variety of foods each day (this depends on the age of the child) including fruit, vegetables breads and cereals, lean meat or fish and reduced fat dairy products.
Tasty exploration: encourage kids to try different food. Exposure to lots of different tastes and flavours adds excitement to meals.