child care

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…

Enhance your Child’s Health with Massage

By  Dr. Rajiv Singh, Pediatrics Helping the Muscles and Joints relieved by rubbing of the body with the hands. The Massage helps in relieving any kind of body pain and let the body relax. Massage can be applied with the hands, fingers, elbows etc. Massage is useful for everyone be it adult…

The Stress of Single Mothers and its Effect on Quality Child Care

By Dr Mehak Arora , Psychology Single parenting especially single mother upbringing, is a stressful period of the mother’s life.This can cause serious psychological and physical effects on mother’s health. Some stresses are mentioned below: Handling Finances: Financial crises is a standing situation with most of the single parent families. It becomes difficult in…

Treating ADHD in Children

By Dr Kalpesh Patil , Pediatrics ADHD is an abbreviation for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. This problem manifests in the form of excessive activity and attention problems or difficulty in concentrating. It is between the ages of six and twelve that the symptoms begin to appear and are usually present for around…

Otitis Media in Children

By Dr Major Rajesh Kumar Bhardwaj , Ear-Nose-Throat (ENT) Otitis Media is a form of ear infection that occurs due to inflammation of the middle ear. The Eustachian tube that runs through the middle ear to the back of your throat gets blocked or becomes swollen, trapping fluids inside the ear. The…

Causes and Symptoms of Strep Throat

By Dr Rajiv Singh , Pediatrics Strep throat is a contagious condition most commonly diagnosed in children between 5 to 15. However, it can affect almost anyone. Here are the causes and symptoms of strep throat: Cause- The cause of strep throat is derived from the bacteria that causes it. The bacteria…

Surgery and Symptoms of Hernia in Children

By Dr Rajiv Singh , Paediatrics Hernia is caused when an organ or part of the organ develops a protrusion through a weak spot in the abdominal wall of the cavity. You’d be surprised to know that it is even common in children, and babies are often born with them. Hernia repair…

Post-Traumatic Disorder In Children

  By Dr. Sanjoy Mukerji, Psychology Children no longer have sheltered existence from personal and public disasters. Accidents, physical and sexual abuse, weak inter-personal relationships in the family leave deep scars on a child’s psyche. Trauma is increasingly personal nowadays, and so psychological problems arise frequently. Some notable facts about post-traumatic stress…