Archive for August, 2011
Short Info: Three-day fever
Symptoms: Virus infection. 3 – 4 days a high fever. Then patchy redness on the body first and then to the extremities. The redness will disappear within one to two days.
Incubation time : 7 – 14 days
Contagion danger: 3 days before the fever until the start of the rash.
Immunity: Long life.
When the doctor? Immediately with a high fever so the doctor can rule out other
Therapy Fever-lowering measures in high fever, bed rest Read the rest of this entry »
Obesity is the excessive accumulation of body fat and many children suffer from it. We analyze the problems and causes of childhood obesity threatening the good health of the child. Will always be your child’s doctor to assess whether the young person is in the range of obese children and take the necessary precautions. Read the rest of this entry »
1. Do not force feed a child. Experts advise not to insist or force children to eat under any circumstances to the force, which would only make them suffer and they finished hating food.
2. Not all children need to eat the same amount of food. Since each requires a different caloric intake. Furthermore, for most parents do not eat any means not swallow what they consider normal, which are often much larger than their needs. Read the rest of this entry »
Look, what I can do anything: The movements of your child
Your child is now three months old. Immediately after birth and during the first few weeks later, his movements were due primarily reflexes controlled. This has now changed, some reflexes fade already. Piece by piece gives your baby
the freedom itself by certain movements.
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Pertussis (or whooping cough) is a disease caused by a bacterium Bordetella pertussis.
And ‘one of the most contagious infectious diseases that are known so that a child with pertussis can infect up to 90% non-immune children in contact with. It is transmitted by air from person to person through coughing orsneezing.
Given the presence of increasing mass of technology in everyday life, it’ll come to question us on the young preschool children and the impact that technology can have on them. In those years, educational technology was not something very popular because they hardly existed. So in the early years of our life, we were playing games with which most were stuffed animals, dolls, puzzles, books, crafts etc.. Today when we look at playing a preschool child with his toys, we notice that there are not many similarities between the toys that we knew when we were young and those children .
Today, toys for babies from zero to twenty-four months are almost all electronic and make sounds and sound exciting for them. Then we see the appearance of books that are accompanied by CD and follow the development of the child.
There are plenty games, toys and websites that are designed for preschool children and who claim to be an asset in the overall development of the latter. In this essay, we will evaluate several learning for children of preschool age and we will give you our perspective on the real impact that these technologies can have on young children from birth to five years.
Add Your Kind Act to the Count involves four major categories that must be developed in the early years of life of the child. They must have reached a certain level of development when the child begins first grade. These four categories are: psychomotor, cognitive, language and the socio-emotional. The psycho is the part that touches the movements made by the child whether such play ball or cut a precise shape (fine motor). The cognitive is the intellectual aspect of the child.
So here we are talking about the ability to store the letters of the alphabet, for example, or to classify objects by shape as well. The language is sending a message to another either orally, so artistic (drawing, painting, crafts, etc..), In written or in a body . Finally, the socio-emotional is the part that allows the child to develop self-esteem, to learn that he is a person who has unique tastes and interests that are different from others and develop social skills such as courtesies (if you please, thank you, etc..), how to interact with other children, with adults. These four aspects of the overall development of the child to determine whether educational technologies are beneficial to children.
How to adopt healthy habits from an early age?
Good habits are consolidated more easily when you’re a kid, especially if the sample is given by parents, so it is very important to check and modify or reinforce a lifestyle food properly for the whole family.Under 12 years children are more at risk of malnutrition by default, because the need for energy and nutrients is higher in relation to the weight of the adult, the power must be particularly careful to promote normal development and conduct of normal physical activities. Read the rest of this entry »
The BfR is active in the exploration and evaluation of allergenic properties of foods. With its information helps BfR that affected consumers are able to make proper food choices for them.
Whether eggs, nuts or dairy products – consumers can react to foods with a variety of incompatibilities. Not always, this is an allergy: Under a food allergy is an enhanced specific immune response to foods or food ingredients (allergens). Read the rest of this entry »
Mumps is an infectious disease caused by a virus belonging to the group of Paramyxovirus, whose most obvious sign is the swelling of the salivary glands. In particular, the swelling of the parotid glands, located below the ear, behind the angle of the jaw, giving the characteristic appearance to the face from which the popular name of “ears”. Read the rest of this entry »
Parents are very concerned when they receive a letter from school saying that the child “does not pay attention to the teacher” or “misbehaving in class.” One possible cause for this type of behavior is Attention Deficit Disorder because of Hyperactivity (ADHD – Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder). Read the rest of this entry »