child care

When To See The Doctor About Your Child’s Bedwetting?

By Dr. Dhananjay K Mangal , Pediatrics Persistent waking up and urinating at night before you can reach the bathroom can lead to bed-wetting. This is a common problem for many children, and it may even continue into adulthood, albeit in a more sporadic manner. Most kids naturally gain bladder control eventually,…

3 Steps To Treat Constipation In Children

By Dr Nishantadeb Ghatak, Pediatrics One of the most difficult things as a parent is to witness your kids experiencing pain and discomfort. And while most kids are often healthy, many of them will experience constipation at one point or another. Constipation is a very common cause of pain and discomfort in…

Easy 8 Tummy Time Tips for Your Baby

By Motherhood, Gynaecology Tummy time is fundamental from the very beginning to help your infant become solid – regardless of the possibility that your child complains and cries when you put him on his belly. Here are a few methodologies for helping your child feel at home on his tummy. Stay with…

7 Principles for a Healthy Parent-Child Relationship

By Dr. Atika Shukla , Psychology A lot of parents have strained relationships with their children owing to a variety of reasons- lack of communication, misunderstanding, lack of time etc. This strained relationship results in depression, substance abuse, broken families, suicides, etc. which affect both sides. Thus, it is important to lay…

Is a Low-Carb Diet Right for your Obese Kid?

By Dr. Sanjeev Kumar, Pediatrics Dietary plans for minimizing the amount of carbohydrates are in trend. Keeping in mind that there is no official meaning of a low-carb diet, most suggestions include controlling or dispensing with a few or all grains, organic products, fruits and vegetables. Pre-teens and youths might be especially…

5 Ways to take care of your baby’s teeth

By Dr. Anurag Singh, Pediatrics Your baby’s teeth and gum are really sensitive, which is why they require extra care. Taking proper care of their teeth and gum is immensely important, so that your baby has the perfect pearl white smile and does not face any pain or difficulty. Here are 5…

Treatment Options in Newborn Jaundice

By  Motherhood, Gynaecology Treatment is generally just essential if your child has large amounts of a substance called bilirubin in their blood, so tests should be completed to check this. Most babies with jaundice needn’t bother with treatment on the grounds that the level of bilirubin in their blood is observed…

ADHD in Children

By  Dr. Ketan Parmar, Psychiatry In addition to the normal attributes such as forgetfulness, daydreaming, impulsive acting and general fidgeting, children with Attention Deficit Disorder additionally find it difficult to manage complex tasks, such as the ones that require consistent planning, focus and organization. Causes- Many parents might blame themselves for their…

Baby Poop – What’s Normal & What s Not

By Dr. Ramakanth Reddy , Pediatrics As a new mother, you will be always in a constant state of worry whether you are doing things right. And of those many, many things you worry about, your baby’s bowel movements are one of them. A baby’s poop is a sign of his/her health. Thus,…

Strengthen Your Child’s Bones with the Right Nutrition

By Dr. Rajesh Kumar Verma, Orthopaedics Strong bones and healthy nutrition is all what a child need. Strong bones are crucial to health and healthy nutrition is crucial to strong bones. Especially in child’s age the bones are rather more delicate and are in a growing phase. A healthy set of bones…