chronic nosebleeds

How To Deal With Chronic Nosebleeds For Kids

Posted 30.10.2017 by Admin

During the early years of childhood, nose bleeding is a normal thing in many children, although it can be frightening for the parents. If the flow of blood is backward into the mouth, kids can swallow it, and vomit. There are a number of reasons behind such an occurrence, with some of the most common […]

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recurring tonsillitis

Managing Recurrent Tonsillitis In Children

Posted 23.10.2017 by Admin

Tonsillitis refers to the inflammation of the lumps of tissue usually at the back of a child’s throat, called the tonsils. They are specifically placed at this area as part of the body’s immune system, as they help in the fight against infections. Recurrent tonsillitis refers to a situation where the child has a couple […]

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speech impairments

Most Common Speech Impairments In Children

Posted 12.10.2017 by Admin

Speech disorder is not limited to one kind. There are various types of impairments you would generally find in children. Enlisted below are some of the most common ones: Articulation Disorder This is generally related to misalignment of speech and sound, whereby the child may substitute sounds improperly to words. This is generally normal, when […]

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acute middle ear infection

Diagnosing And Managing Acute Middle Ear Infection In Children

Posted 05.10.2017 by Admin

This infection is usually associated with either a bacterial or viral infection in the middle section of the ear. The child will have a fever and may experience some trouble while sleeping. He or she will often cry and become quite irritable, with continued pulling on the ears. The acute version of the infection, also […]

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feeding and swallowing trouble

Feeding & Swallowing Trouble Is A Big Deal For Kids!

Posted 30.09.2017 by Admin

Children who have a problem swallowing are often associated with a condition called dysphagia. There are a number of factors that can cause this condition, evident when the food either is in the mouth, passes through the esophagus or even passing through to the stomach. As such, the child or the infant develops challenges in […]

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inner ear balance problem

Is Your Child Having An Inner Ear Balance Problem?

Posted 24.09.2017 by Admin

It may surprise you that adults are not the only ones with inner ear balance issues. Children as well can be victims. If you see a child experience dizziness, this may be a sign that he/she is having a challenge with the inner ear. 15% of children experience this condition at a certain point in […]

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