Weekly Topic Inspiration: Children's Health
Whether you have children or not, writing about children’s health is a great thing to do. We were, after all, all children at some point, and most certainly we have some children in our lives, so take this week’s theme as an opportunity to write about things like children’s nutrition, common kids’ injuries, pediatricians, infant health, child allergies, and the like! Stop by the WTI forum thread for community support and search-friendly titles to use: http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/90630
Tips to help you establish a daily routine for your family to encourage kids to brush and floss their teeth for good dental hygiene. read more
Many generations ago, humans learned to put a plow to the soil and cultivate crops. It didn't take long for them to notice that plants change, slightly, with each planting, and the idea that maybe we, as humans, could try to gently coerce nature to... read more
KrystalD As an elementary school teacher, I spend most of my life interacting with and observing children. I watch them light up with curiosity and discovery, as well as struggle with friendships and boundaries. Each child is unique and develops at... read more
This article contains 5 healthy and delicious meals to feed your family throughout the day. Each recipe gives step by step instructions, including clear photographs of each stage. The recipes re suitable for adults as well as children and each recipe has guidelines as to at what age a child can eat each meal. read more
Ten unusual ways to keep kids healthy besides eating right, exercising and vaccinations. read more
Children are like adults - they can quickly learn to dread the idea of being in one place for 30 minutes for an exercise class. Why not use some of my unique methods for squeezing in exercise to kick-start your little one's fitness and health? read more
You may know that your kids need to eat their veggies, but not know how to do that, so here are ten tips to make it easier for you to keep your family healthy. read more
I agree that children's health issues are very important. This is a great topic. A child may not appear to be seriously ill, but then before you know it you may be in the emergency room facing life a threatening situation. We can all contribute something of value by writing on this subject.
Mediation practices are a great way for children to slow down, focus on positive thinking, and clear their minds. Here is a guide on how to get your child started on meditation practices. read more
The 5 most common childhood illnesses can become a worrisome... read more
Tips of home medicines for children with breathing difficulties and constant cough. read more
Here are some hints on getting your kids to eat healthy. From fruits and vegetables,to breads and grains,to meats, poultry and fish,and beverages, we can all use some help when it comes to our diets. Starting our kids on the right track early in life will help them throughout their lives. read more
Learn the symptoms of juvenile diabetes and what to expect after a diagnosis, from treatment to complications and more. Each day, more than 80 Americans are diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes and will be insulin-dependent for the rest of their lives. When you child is diagnosed with diabetes, significant lifestyle changes must be made. read more
If our childrens lifestyles continue as they are their life expectancy will be lower than their parents. If we take steps now to improve our childrens health ten we can prevent that from happening. read more
Xenoestrogens chemicals that mimic female hormones - are found in many common household items. This article explains why this is a cause for concern, and gives suggestions on how to limit your family’s exposure. read more
All moms know how hard it is to get young children to eat anything at all, let alone something healthy. Here are five super-easy meals that we love around our house. read more
Reading the statistics on what happens as a premature baby grows up can frighten parents. But statistics only paint half the picture. Read this article to see how to look behind them. read more
How old does a child have to be to ride in a booster seat? When can a baby use a forward facing infant car seat? Learn about child car seat requirements to keep your child safe and healthy when they ride in your vehicle. read more
A useful guide to dealing with children's health and safety concerns. Covers the most common symptoms with a childhood illness and when a call to the doctor is necessary. read more
Prevention is key to keeping your children healthy and safe. Read this guide to find useful tips to lessen the chance of the most common kid injuries. read more
Serious Childhood Illnesses: What you need to know RSV, Croup, and Whooping Cough in kids, how to treat them, and how to prevent them. read more
One good way to stimulate a child's mind is to encourage them to read more. I'm talking about all children, including ones who need extra help. First,ask your child what they like to read about.You can get your child to read more when there's a lot of what they like available. Spend some time with them and see what a difference it makes! Your child is most likely enjoying the extra attention you're giving them. Try to Introduce new ideas to keep things from getting boring. Some games for your child's age group would be nice to reinforce what they've already learned. It gets even better when you have a computer to play those games on! You could invite a friend or two to play the games or read with your child. The friends might like the books and want to read them too. When your child can show his friends how to play the games he gets a boost in his self esteem. What you don't want to do, however, is push too hard to get your child to read. It's okay to take a break for a day. There's no need to rush this at all. Learning to read should be compared to a flower. When it slowly blooms in the springtime should be how fast you take to get good results.
Tips for Raising a Child with Special Needs
This is a children's health topic I wish I'd have had access when my younger son was born having suffered a stroke in utero. Even though I have an uncle with Down Syndrome and am familiar with the challenge of caring for someone with special needs, I never understood it from a parent's perspective until then. There are a number of ways to approach this topic, from how to interact with medical professionals to seeking out support groups. Good topic here.
Few things cause more anxiety than knowing your child will undergo anesthesia and surgery. Anesthesiologists are trained and tested on their knowledge of providing anesthesia to pediatric patients. Pediatric anesthesiologists are highly specialized to care for the sickest kids in the most complicated surgeries. Read more to find out how to prepare your child for the smoothest experience possible. read more
Children’s bodies only grow once. If their bodies don’t get what they need to grow strong the first time, they will have to live with the effects for the rest of their lives. read more
Positive psychology and children offers many benefits to children.
Approximately 2 million kids aged 12 to 17 years old, experience depression each year.
There is a lot adults and parents can do to build resilience and help protect children... read more
Children’s Nutrition From toddlers to teens, making sure our kids get the proper children’s nutrition is challenging work. As a parent, we are constantly trying to pay attention to what are children eat and to teach them proper nutrition. Here... read more
Childhood obesity is prevalent in the USA. How harmful can it be and what can we do to fix it? read more
Greeting to all, I am happy to say that I have a kid and I do care for him the most. Basically, I am a 35-years old woman and I have one child and his age is 4 years. So in my opinion between 1 to 10 years, we need to take care of the child the most because at this age the child is unable to think properly. Also, the child is not able to understand what correct of him or her. In Moreover, you need to get the child check up every week and if possible then give him or her only healthy diet. It really helps your child to become more energetic and powerful. Also at this age, it is very common to get some medical issues such as allergy, fever, pain problem etc. so that time you need to protect your child against this issue by providing the healthy diet. Basically, we are a parent and we need to pay attention to what our children eat and to teach them proper nutrition. Hence, this is common things that help you to protect your child against unwanted issues and get more healthy and happy.
by Wendy Iturrizaga 8 years ago
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