Kids

My 2-year old child is not speaking yet, should I be worried?

2020-08-10T13:01:35+00:00Categories: Kids, Uncategorized, Wellness|Tags: , , , |

Parents are often excited about the moments when kids reach the respective developmental milestones as they grow up. But when your child does not speak even after completing 2 years of age, it becomes a subject of worry. Is your child able to listen to sounds? Can your child understand what you are saying? Can [...]

My child always fails in exams, should I be worried?

2020-08-10T05:30:08+00:00Categories: Health, Kids, Uncategorized, Wellness|Tags: , , , |

Does your child have difficulty in understanding basic concepts? Is your kid unable to read a statement in one-go without interruptions? It is possible your child has difficulty in learning, that is, he/she may have a Learning Disability. What is a Learning Disability? A child with learning disability has a problem in either taking in [...]

How to use Digital Media for education safely?

2020-08-10T13:04:28+00:00Categories: Headache, Health, Kids, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , , |

Online Classes have become a trend now. Right from nursery to college going students, everyone knows how it works. But does this mean it’s harmful for your kids to be exposed to the mobile or laptop screens almost 5 to 6 hours a day? Can continuous gaming prove to be fatal? Well, this article will [...]

How to reduce TV addiction in children?

2020-08-09T13:35:53+00:00Categories: Headache, Health, Kids, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , , |

Nowadays, parents complaint about their children getting addicted to the Idiot Box, commonly called as the 'Television' or 'TV'. Especially currently during the lockdown, this issue is a prime concern of most parents. How serious is this issue? The parent's concerns are not wrong at all, because over-exposure to screens can cause health issues like [...]

Child Neurologist

2018-05-24T12:14:36+00:00Categories: Epilepsy, Headache, Health, Kids|

What Is a Child Neurologist? Infants and children should be referred to a pediatric neurologist or epileptologist at the onset of the first unprovoked seizure (seizure not triggered by infection or fever), especially if the seizures occur often or are prolonged (lasting more than 5 minutes).   It is important that a child is diagnosed and [...]

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