Archive for May, 2010
Released maternity, your child comes into its new home. Both emotionally and environmentally, baby takes up space. It invest some of their parents room or that he has a room of its own, baby already occupies a territory of its own.
Rethink your housing in the new arrival to avoid incidents and accidents. The ideal is to have a room for the child. Otherwise, you can create a corner in the insulation with a screen.
The floors are running the risk of splinters and maintenance is not easy. You can still make the glaze. The floor is often a cold contact to the child lying on the floor. The carpet is nice but is a dust trap harmful in cases of allergy. The vacuum must be passed every day. The carpets are responsible for many falls they are not well established. Washable plastic coverings (linoleum, etc..) are a good solution, but remain cold. Read the rest of this entry »
One in six children in the age of five wets one night – in the 15 -year-olds to around 1.5 percent. The nocturnal enuresis is usually for both the child and the parents a great burden.
Fear and shame often affect self-esteem of children referred because of nocturnal enuresis, for example, do not want to stay with friends or refuse to participate in school trips.
Bed-wetting is usually well treatable
If a child is not dry at night, which is not, as often mistakenly thought that based on a psychological cause such as stress, but a maturation delay. The nocturnal enuresis is most successfully treatable. First, the child will be fully investigated medically to rule out organic causes such as abnormalities of the urinary tract. Read the rest of this entry »
Breast milk is the best food for most babies. When you breastfeed, your baby is nourished by food, vitamins and other elements that you enter at your own body. So it is important to care for the type of food you eat and the medicines you take if you are breastfeeding.
It is possible that mothers who breast worry about the use of medications and whether or not they affect the baby’s health. Some women may have health problems that are short term (such as headaches or colds) or long term (such as asthma or high blood pressure). To address these problems may be needed medications.
Prescription and nonprescription
More research is needed to know how each drug affects the milk. While there are some basic guidelines, it is important to always talk with my baby’s health before taking medications and to alert you that you are breastfeeding. Read the rest of this entry »
The flu (influenza) is a contagious disease caused by one of three influenza viruses (types A, B, C). The viruses typically circulate during winter months (November to March). These viruses spread through the air in droplets produced when an infected person coughs or sneezes, as well as through contact with infected surfaces and hands (eg not washing hands well).
Your child may have the flu if:
- From reprente develops a high fever (over 101 ° F)
- You have chills
- Has muscle aches
- He is very tired
- You have a headache
- It has a dry cough (Do not give cough and flu counter to babies or children under 2 years of age. According to the Food and Drug Administration in the U.S., these medicines may cause effects serious and threatening side.)
- Runny nose
The fever and most other symptoms last about five days, although the cough may last for several weeks. Antibiotics are not effective in treating the flu. Read the rest of this entry »