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  Children's Health Articles

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1.Headaches in a Child Are Quite a Pain by Richard Romando
Whenever you think of someone who has frequent headaches, you may often think about adults. The latest headache pains surveys reveal a surprising fact that is, headaches in a child occur just as frequently as headaches in adults. It's a very startling ...
[Added: 08 Feb 2007   Hits: 891   Words: 315]

2.All That Noise! by www.write4u.info
You may not realize just how much noise pollution is around you all the time and you may not realize what all this noise is doing to your overall health. Our ears are designed to pick up every sound ...
[Added: 18 Jan 2007   Hits: 827   Words: 573]

3.Massage Your Child With Baby Massage Oil by Bryan Josling
It has been said that massage to children is same as food to adult. Massaging not only provides relaxation but along that, it also provides various other health benefits to children. Not only adults can take the benefits of massage oil in aromatherapy ...
[Added: 09 Jan 2007   Hits: 876   Words: 416]

4.Children With Learning Disability: How to Deal With Them by Javier Fuller
Children with learning disability can be a little difficult to manage because of their specific needs and wants. They live in the world of their own and neither do they subscribe to the ways of our world, ...
[Added: 05 Jan 2007   Hits: 762   Words: 399]

5.Kids-Only Fitness Gyms by Anna Fleet
Sometimes kids may need a little tough love when it comes to their weight. It's no secret that nearly one third of American children are overweight. This is no surprise since traditional, more active kids games like Tag and Hide-and-Go-Seek have been replaced by video and computer ...
[Added: 13 Dec 2006   Hits: 985   Words: 371]

6.Raising Healthy Children by Chris Chenoweth
The popularity of television, video games and the Internet, combined with unhealthy eating habits and lack of exercise, has created an epidemic of obesity in our children. The rise in childhood obesity is frightening and increasingly becoming an issue that ...
[Added: 27 Nov 2006   Hits: 912   Words: 778]

7.Asperger Syndrome In Teens by Monica Craft
Asperger syndrome is came in knowledge by, Hans Asperger (1906-1980), an Austrian psychiatrist and pediatrician, who first published about Asperger syndrome in a paper in 1981. Asperger Syndrome was recognized by the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV) as Asperger's Disorder in 1994. ...
[Added: 27 Nov 2006   Hits: 920   Words: 463]

8.White Noise Machine to Help your Baby Sleep by AJ
You may wonder why your newborn is not sleeping as well as you think they should be, the answer may be attributed to the new sounds in his or her environment. While our little one was in ...
[Added: 23 Nov 2006   Hits: 933   Words: 534]

9.Play Equipment-Get Kids Outside and Off the PlayStation! by Kelly Nickless
Today's play equipment allows you to create a safe and happy play environment in your own garden or backyard, with toys that kids both big and small love playing with. A gym set offers many of the features of play that kids just love, such as sliding, swinging and ...
[Added: 04 Nov 2006   Hits: 839   Words: 360]

10.Safety Belt for small Children. by Thotsaporn Kh.
Accidents on land can cause loss of life and bodily harm. This can range from minor harm such as scrapes and bruises, to severe harm such as internal bruising and disability. Of course, the best way is to prevent accidents, but ...
[Added: 23 Oct 2006   Hits: 752   Words: 621]

11.Have Your Chocolate And Eat It Too! by Carol Carroll
If you're trying to stick to a low sugar or diabetic diet and assume you have to sacrifice taste in order to do it, you will be surprised at the heavenly chocolate truffles and chocolates available at ChocoholicsHeaven.com. Our rich, satisfying chocolates are just right for diabetics, low ...
[Added: 12 Oct 2006   Hits: 718   Words: 343]

12.What is Long Term Care and is Long Term Care Insurance Right for You? by Candice Washington
What is Long Term Care and is Long Term Health Care Insurance Something You Need? So many people believe that in the event they need long term health care, their regular health insurance is going to assume the costs. The ...
[Added: 12 Oct 2006   Hits: 762   Words: 612]

13.Diet for Babies by Bette Daoust
When your baby can sit with support, hold his head steady, and can take food off with his mouth from the spoon and swallow it easily, this is the right time to move to the next diet stage. This usually occurs when baby is 4 to 6 months old. ...
[Added: 14 Sep 2006   Hits: 707   Words: 352]

14.Diet for Infants by Bette Daoust
A healthy diet for infants, from birth to 12 months, is what helps them grow fast and healthy. It is very important an infant should get the right kind and amount of nutrients each day. Here are healthy diet tips ...
[Added: 12 Sep 2006   Hits: 823   Words: 340]

15.Tummy Ache or Something More Serious? by Jacob Mabille
Children often complain of stomachaches. It's a common ailment and one that children may experience after eating too much or when feeling nervous about an upcoming event. But a stomachache can signal a more serious illness. ...
[Added: 30 Aug 2006   Hits: 824   Words: 431]

16.The Cleft Defect in Infants by Jacob Mabille
On the average, one in every one thousand babies are born with a defect known as cleft lip and/or palate. A cleft lip is a split that runs through the center of the lip and may extend into the nostril. A cleft palate may separate the soft and ...
[Added: 30 Aug 2006   Hits: 677   Words: 541]

17.ADHD and School Success - Yes, it is Possible! by Jeannine Virtue
A day in school requires sustained attention, sitting quietly and refined social skills - all of which ADHD children tend to have great difficult mastering. With a teamwork approach to education, solid communication and a few tried and try ...
[Added: 25 Aug 2006   Hits: 694   Words: 1162]

18.Thinking About a Leisure Kingdom Trampoline for Your Family? by Jill Brennan
Have you flown through the air lately? Remember how much fun it was? Bouncing on a trampoline is a great family thing to do because it is an easy way to get everyone moving their bodies but it is so enjoyable that it really ...
[Added: 23 Aug 2006   Hits: 1259   Words: 608]

19.How To Make Your Own Baby Cosmetics by Katharina Bishop
Conventionally produced cosmetics and personal care products often contain poisonous substances, many of which were synthetically derived from petrochemicals. These ingredients have the potential for causing cancer, birth defects, central nervous system disorders, allergic respiratory reactions, and skin and eye irritations. Many chemicals ...
[Added: 16 Aug 2006   Hits: 1023   Words: 725]

20.Secret Parenting Tips on How to Teach Your Kid to be Healthy by Marjorie Nolan, MS, RD, CPT
As parents, I think we can agree that when it comes to encouraging kids to make healthy choices, it's not an easy task. So what's a parent to do? It begins by creating healthy choices without being too obvious about it. After all, for many ...
[Added: 02 Aug 2006   Hits: 714   Words: 868]

21.Restaurant Survival 4 Kids by Marjorie Nolan, MS, RD, CPT
Weight loss can still be achieved even when dining out and busy schedules. With a little planning ahead you and your child can make healthy choices and lose weight. Follow these tips when dining out to ensure you are on track with your weight loss goals: 1) ...
[Added: 02 Aug 2006   Hits: 660   Words: 323]

22.Keeping kids active: Ideas for parents by Marjorie Nolan, MS, RD, CPT
Children are more sedentary than ever, watching television and playing video games instead of biking to the playground or playing kickball in the backyard with their pals is a major cause. And even schools have stopped emphasizing fitness, in some school districts, physical education has vanished completely because of under-funding. ...
[Added: 02 Aug 2006   Hits: 801   Words: 847]

23.Is it OK to put my Kid on a Diet? by Marjorie Nolan, MS, RD, CPT
Many concerned parents often ask me "Is it OK to put my kid on a diet?" My answer is always a quick and firm "NO". The word diet is defined as 'A food regimen designed to promote weight loss in a person.' ...
[Added: 02 Aug 2006   Hits: 685   Words: 810]

24.Fun and Easy Indoor Calorie Burners 4 Kids by Marjorie Nolan, MS, RD, CPT
Often for one reason or another your family may be stuck indoors. Physical activity is does not need to be compromised. You don't have to have a home gym for your child to stay active during rainy, cold ...
[Added: 02 Aug 2006   Hits: 1197   Words: 469]

25.Practical Tips to Help Your Overweight Kid by Marjorie Nolan, MS, RD, CPT
1. Replace regular soda with plain water, or flavored water. Dilute fruit juices, half fruit juice and half with water. Encourage them to drink 2 glasses of 1% or fat free milk every day. You would ...
[Added: 02 Aug 2006   Hits: 667   Words: 444]

26.10 Easy Ways to a 'Healthy-Diet' for Kids by Marjorie Nolan, MS, RD, CPT
Creating a Healthy Home can be easier than you think. Creating a nutritionally healthy home is one of the most important steps you can take to ensure the health of your child. To start, make smart food choices, and help your child develop a positive relationship with ...
[Added: 02 Aug 2006   Hits: 814   Words: 683]

27.7 Top Foods to Include in your Kid's Diet by Marjorie Nolan, MS, RD, CPT
Have you ever wondered what foods should I feed my Kid to promote health and weight management? Here is a list of the top 7 healthiest foods to feed your kid and why it's so healthy: 1. Oatmeal: A fabulous breakfast food, full of B ...
[Added: 02 Aug 2006   Hits: 698   Words: 425]

28.7 Tips to Help Your Kid Develop a Positive Self-Image by Marjorie Nolan, MS, RD, CPT
The adolescent and teenage years is often considered the most difficult years in life, especially for an overweight teen. Many peers of overweight children do not accept them further fostering negative self-perception. Research shows that parents who nurture a positive ...
[Added: 02 Aug 2006   Hits: 695   Words: 327]