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Children's Health

Children's Health
Children are an integral part of every parent's life. From infancy to adolescence to young adulthood they need special care as they are more vulnerable to disease than adults. Every parent should be aware of the symptoms and its implications for the healthy growth and well being of their children..

BABY CARE

Safety Measures

Safety Measures

When you buy any thing for your child, read all manufacturers directions and safety precautions carefully.

Newborn Baby

Newborn Baby

Few newborns look picture perfect at birth. They have many variations in normal appearance - from color of the skin to its texture to the shape of the head.

Growth Development

Growth Development

The average birth weight for a typical baby will be boys (3.2-3.6kg or 7-8lb), girls (3-3.5kg or 6 3/4lb -7 3/4lb) and the average height may be boys (48-52cm) and girls (48-51cm).

Breast Feeding

Breast Feeding

Nature designed human milk especially for human babies, and it has several advantages over any substitute ever developed.

Bottle Feeding

Bottle Feeding

There are anti-colic nipples with a valve in the rim which allows air under the nipple into the bottle and bottles with throw away plastic liners which prevent the nipple from collapsing and the baby from gulping air as he sucks.

Immunisation Chart

Immunisation Chart

Immunization protects babies and small children and helps prevent the spread of disease.

Bathing

Bathing

Bathing is an enjoyable time between you and your baby. Your new born baby during the first six weeks does not necessarily need a full bath every day.

Sleeping

Sleeping

All babies are different in many ways, especially in how much sleep they require. Your new baby sleeps most of the time, usually 17 hours out of 24 during the first month.

Handling

Handling

When your baby is lying on her back, slide one hand underneath your baby's neck and head and support her back and bottom with your other arm.

Talking

Talking

Talking to your baby when you are playing together also aids her language development and makes the interaction much more enjoyable.

Crying

Crying

Your baby is bound to cry a great deal throughout his first year. Crying is baby's only means of communicating his needs especially during early days. The crying bouts are bound to lessen as they age, after around three months.

Potty Training

Potty Training

Show your child a potty chair and tell him what it is for. Show him how to sit on it, with or without his diaper on at first. Be encouraging about sitting on the potty chair, but do not push him.

Baby Milestones

Baby of 1 month
Baby of 2 month
Baby of 3 month
Baby of 4-6 months
Baby of 6-12 months
Baby of 1-2 years

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Common Diseases

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Epiglottitis
Measles
Meningitis
Mumps
Rubella
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 1.  Posted on : 6.7.2015  By  :  H B Nagle , Nagpur View Answer (0) Post Answer
 

My son akshay has been suffering from hydocele for last one year. His one testis is increasing. one more thing is that he is suffering from hemangioma by birth and after two years of his birth hydrocele and tonsils are the new diseases arises

 
 2.  Posted on : 20.5.2014  By  :  Arav Gagan , Ranchi View Answer (1) Post Answer
 

I want to 01 Years old baby Vaccine chart ex. Pneumonia, Hepatitis A, Chicken Pocks, Flu. 1.Pneumonia Patient Baby 2. DOB-02/04/2013

 
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These are the reccommendations for immunization by Indian peadiatric associations 1. Hepatitis A - 1 dose (12 Months) , 2 Dose (24 Months) Pnumococcus Vaccination - 1 Dose (1 1/2 Months) 2 Dose (2 1/2 months) 3 Dose - (3 1/2 months) Chickenpox Vaccination 1 Dose - 15 months 2 Dose - 4- 6 years Influence Vaccination - Every Year Check the link for more details http://www.webindia123.com/health/child/baby/Immunization_Chart.html Please consult your peadiatrician for further Advise

  Posted By :Admin , Kochi | On 26.5.2014
 3.  Posted on : 27.1.2014  By  :  Vaishnavi , Chennai View Answer (1) Post Answer
 

Hi thanks for the above information and I am having two more question first one is we can use citric acid regularly for new born baby second my son body over heat what I want to do become normal

 
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You should not use citric acid on a new born baby. Your son probably is a normal active one year old, if you are concerned, please consult a pediatrician. http://yellowpages.webindia123.com/d-py/Tamil-Nadu/Chennai/Doctors-Pediatrics-459/1/

  Posted By :Admin , | On 26.5.2014
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