Hello everyone, a big thank you to all the HubMobsters who took part in last week's HubMob on Children's education. We have 37 hubs on the topic. A special thanks to GeneralHowitzer for the hard work presenting 5 hubs in the topic:
How to Help Your Kids Prepare and Pass Tests
Which is Better Private School or Public School
How to Help Your Kids Survive Homework
When and How to Tap an Expert Tutor
The Importance of Sports in Your Kid's Life
Your efforts have been rewarded GeneralHowitzer and this morning you were one of our featured Hubbers in the HubPages main page...way to go!
Last week I received a letter from the French government to take my children for a grippe A vaccine. The vaccine is free for all children and given in two doses. I started asking other parents about whether they were taking their children for the vaccine or not, but it seems to be a lot of insecurity and misinformation about it. That is how I have decided that this week we are going to continue in the general topic of children but from a different angle.
This week's HubMob topic is Children's Health. Let's clear our doubts and help other parents out there to clear their concerns about issues such as vaccines and general issues involving children's health.
Some ideas for a HubMob hub on Children's health are:
Eating Disorders in children
Special Needs Children
To join this week's HubMob please follow the steps below:
1. YOU MUST START YOUR HUB CLICKING THIS LINK. Choose the Answer the Request green button. Choose the MAKE A HUB ABOUT IT option.
2. Choose a relevant title for your Hub to get a good ranking in the search engines, AVOID starting your title with "Weekly HubMob"
3. Include the HubMob RSS Feed in your hub. To include the RSS feed go to this link: http://hubpages.com/question/29709/hubm … ew&rss copy the URL on top of the page and paste it in your hub in an RSS capsule.
4. Add the HubMob graphic to your hub so that everyone who reads it will know that it is part of the official HubMob topic of the week.
5. After you publish your HubMob Hub, come back to the forum and post a link to your hub with a brief description of what you wrote about and why. Take advantage of the free publicity!
Kids this week keep asking me to buy them doughnuts. Driving me nuts! Here's my contribution - http://hubpages.com/hub/Getting-Childre … e-Vitamins
Hey GH! That's great work!
Thanks for the topic Princessa. Missed the previous one but I'd like to see if I can write a new one for this.
Here's my Hub on this Topic..
I have created a page about Lung Disease in Children
yea, looks like another great hub mob topic! I will participate.
A big salut to our Princess....great topic!
it is gonna be a HOT week
I am trying to find the rss feed and when I go to the link provided, it takes to another page entirely, can anyone help?
Children's nutrition is the basic component for their health. What's a balanced diet? How can children be encouraged to eat and choose healthy foods? Well, read on....
http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-Encourag … nacks?done
I figured out the rss feed. This my first hubmob on this topic, hope to have more coming.
My hub is about the importance of the mother-infant bond and it's relation to good mental and emotional health.
http://hubpages.com/hub/The-Importance- … lds-Health
Thanks a lot Princessa for the very special mention I didn't expect that though it really me made me so happy...
I could've done some more, but got stucked with our sportsfests. The topic for this week is cool but a bit difficult for me, and I hope I can dish out an article...
Good day and More Power, my Princess...
5 Hubs, WOW Way to go General H and congrats on being a featured Hubber! Great job
Fantastic effort GeneralHowitzer. Monumental effort!
Not sure I can join you this week - great topic but my brain in not coming forth with ideas on this one!
See you all next week!
Hi to all, my share of the HubMob weekely
http://hubpages.com/hub/Why-children-sh … lu-vaccine
I think I may have a few more in me for this topic.
Here is one way to get kids to eat their vegetables.
How To Create A Toxin-Free Home Environment For Your Children. http://hubpages.com/hub/How-To-Create-A … ldren?done
http://hubpages.com/hub/Resurgence-of-h … -in-the-UK
Pesky head lice and nits. Prepare for an itchy read lol.
Hi princessa, mine for this week, http://hubpages.com/hub/Things-to-consi … diatrician
Vitamin D deficiency is on the rise in small children and teens, this hub gives tips on how to combat vitamin D deficiency in children, and signs to look out for http://hubpages.com/hub/How-To-Combat-V … ldren?done
my second article for the HUBMOB this week http://hubpages.com/hub/Techniques-in-m … lthy-foods
Why it's important to have a medical journal/diary for your child http://hubpages.com/hub/The-Importance- … Child?done
Wowie. I just returned from the emergency room with my four year old. Talk about coincidences!
Well I think I have a hub coming up
I hope everything is ok cashmere. All my best wishes for you and your son.
The teeth xrays should come in today, but he seems okay aside from not being able to bite with the front two teeth.
Ouch, that must have hurt.. Are these his permanent teeth?
Thankfully not, he's just four years old so still on the milk teeth
Ups! My hooligan broke his two front teeth when he was one. The dentist said that he needed no treatment because they were milk teeth and there wans't necessary to do anything UNLESS his teeth started to turn grey (sign of an infection). Thankfully things went ok and he never had a problem with his "mice size" front teeth. We are waiting for them to drop off now so he can get the permanent ones.
I hope it works the same with your son
My contribution this week:
Bequeath Healthy Lifestyle to your Children
@ emievil, Travelespresso, and Money Glitch.. Thanks a lot!
Here is my first contribution to the HubMob Weekly...
Allergy Symptoms and Control
http://hubpages.com/hub/Managing-asthma … day-season
Here's my first ever contribution to a Hubmob! I chose to write on ways to minimize children's asthma attacks that flare during the holiday season.
Thanks a lot too Mezo...
My second contribution to the HubMob Weekly:
How to Boost the Child's Eating Habits
http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-Boost-th … ing-Habits
I think I have done something wrong. I held a hub in stats, unpublished - just to get is saved really. I cant delete it from my 'my account'. I want to link it to hub mob (I have another hub that I want to publish hubmob too - this links with hub 1 that I have saved). I answered the question but when I try and start a new hub on the hubmob link, a red message says that there is already a title under that web address.
what can I do to link my unpublished hub to hubmob?
*another c*ck up by a hubber who thought she knew it all, but didnt!*
No problem, these things happened to all of us, everything can be strange in the first time..
Why don't you complete the hub (the unpublished one) and publish it? I mean instead of starting a new hub with the same title and content!
anyway, if you wanna delete it you have to go to the hub (not from my account) and you will find 3 buttons at the top of the hub
Edit Stats Delete
Here is this week's HubMob hub: Children's Health Resource HubMob
Hey, howya doin' Mezo and General?
I'm okay Shirley, thanks for asking...missed that smile..
Everything okay with those naughty capsules?
Here's mine on essential vaccinations for kids
Great topic Princessa. I have a lot of professional expertise in children’s education and children’s health. I hate to miss out on such great and rewarding topics. Unfortunately, my dachshund’s back is out, and that is consuming all of my time and energy. I didn't even think to check the new topic until today! Half the time I don't even know what day it is. Sebastian and I are kinda on 3rd shift right now.
Hi, this is really an interesting topic, here is my contribution :
http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-Take-Car … hild-Teeth
I hope you'll enjoy
Tips For Daily Maintaining Your Child's Health http://hubpages.com/hub/Daily-Tips-For- … r-Children
Wow, there are quite a few great articles on this topic, I have been trying to finish up my tax class, so I only posted one so far. I think I have till Sunday nite, right?
Yes. The new topic comes on Monday at around midday (GMT +1)
Hi Princessa, I want to ask a thing, I think there is a bug with my author score... My author score until now is 99 but my score in the Hubber's list is 96... I think the latter is more accurate... Thanks...
I hope I can make articles tomorrow, I'm a bit burnout for now...
Done. Here is mine for the week.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Healthy-Lunches … eschoolers
healthy lunches for preschoolers
another one from me
http://hubpages.com/hub/Important-thing … ndrome-SBS
Princessa, I am almost finished with my hubmob hub, except I forgot all about going to the question. I haven't published it yet, is there a way to fix this? I would appreciate any help.
Here is my third contribution to the weekly HubMob...
The Child's Asthma Treatment Plan
http://hubpages.com/hub/The-Childs-Asth … tment-Plan
My Fourth Contribution...
The Importance of Child Vaccinations
http://hubpages.com/hub/The-Importance- … ccinations
@ shirley anderson - I'm doing fine and just published my 100th Hub... how about yah...
This is my second hubmob for this subject. I wrote about conduct disorder in children/adolescents because abnormal psychology has always been an interest of mine. Hope everyone likes it.
Hemophilia and Your Child: Causes and Treatments of Hemophilia
How to Manage and Control Asthma In Kids
3 more hubs are waiting....
3 rd One ...
What Really Are The Allergies Affecting Kids And How To Overcome Them?
My first attempt at hubmobbing. Please let me know if anything is not right
Everything Ok. You started your hub from the answer the question link, you added the HubMob graphic and RSS feed and you wrote great interesting content. YOU ARE OFFICIALLY A HUBMOBSTER now!!!!
Welcome to the Mob
Great topic this week! Thought I would do something that I know a lot about. xxxxxxx
Do You Think Your Child Has Asperger’s Syndrome? Autistic Spectrum Disorder – Which Way Now?
This hub focuses on children who may have Asperger’s syndrome. The information contained comes from personal experience and is aimed as a guide to those who suspect that their child may have an autistic spectrum disorder or A.S.D. As someone who has had practical experience, gone through the pitfalls of diagnosis and living with a child with Asperger’s, I hope that this might help others with their journey.
http://hubpages.com/_uyacxg5vf1ei/hub/D … ch-Way-Now
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