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Read in child health magazine about christmas disease. I would like to know more. How do I find out?
Read in child health magazine about cushing syndrome. I would like to know more. How do I find out?
Confusing question: Why would physicians based in the US have any knowledge of the Indian health system ?Try a site based in your country. ...Read more
Child health: No, your child'shealth will not be affected if conceived after 17th day. ...Read more
Childhood obesity: Childhood obesity has more than doubled in children and tripled in adolescents in the past 30 years. Overweight is defined as having excess body weight for a particular height from fat, muscle, bone, water, or a combination of these factors. Obesity is defined as having excess body fat. In order to fight this, help kids be more active (1 hr/day) and eat healthier and decrease unhealthy snacks! ...Read more
Rapid Heart Beat: When discussing a cardiac question, the age of the child is always important. However, persistent rapid heart rate accompanied by sweating is something that should be evaluated no matter what the age of the patient. You should discuss this with your doctor. Then a more thorough patient history and family history can be taken and the appropriate evaluation and treatment done. ...Read more
I got an allergic reaction after waxing my brows red with heats and my whole face swollen r the readness and heats goin to leave marks on my face?
I have been reading recently about delayed cord clamping. Can it be more beneficial long term for the health of your child than banking the blood?
Different issues: Delayed cord clamping is very effective at reducing perinatal anemia. In fact, a recent british study supports this. Blood banking is another issue. There you are storing fetal cord blood in hopes that should your baby develop a disease in the future, science will have progressed enough that use of those cord blood cells will be therapeutic. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
It can be huge...: A child's general health can definitely affect a child's development, both neurologically and physically. Chronic malnutrition or specific nutritional deficiencies or serious health problems and their treatments (cancer, cystic fibrosis, etc.) can have profound affects on a child. ...Read more
Yes. It's bad. : As a pediatric ENT i can say there is no doubt that kids in homes in which adults smoke are sicker from a breathing and ear infection standpoint. But what parents don't realize is that "third hand smoke"- exposure to your clothes or hair or car when you've smoked (and they weren't even in the room at the same time) still causes issues. Best for all not to have smoke exposure! http://www.Cdc.Gov/. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Copper is incorpora-: ted in enzymes & proteins needed for development & maintenance of many organs & for many metabolic processes. Dietary copper is sufficient for kids & adults.Ingestion of copper supplements & genetic disorders like Wilson Disease, in which copper accumulates in the liver cause copper toxicity. Severe malnourishment, certain chelating agents & genetic disorders like Menke's cause copper deficiency. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Toxic: Exposure to large amounts of mercury all at once, or moderate amounts over a long period of time can affect the nervous, immune, digestive systems, lungs, kidneys, and it could affect normal growth & development. It can even be fatal if the exposure is significant enough. If you think a child has been exposed, he/she needs to see a doctor right away! ...Read more
Bronchiolitis: Bronchiolitis is a viral infection of the the smaller (bronchioles) breathing tubes. It is usually seen in the winter season. Bronchiolitis can be life-threatening in infants who were born premature, those who have congenital heart defects, cystic fibrosis and immune deficiency as they may develop apnea or respiratory failure requiring ICU care. In older children it presents like a cold. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Varies with age: Rapid growth & development in early infancy require more monitoring than the slow changes of the school age child. After a brief hospital stay, followup @ a few days may be needed to monitor weight & jaundice. @ 2wks a 2nd newborn screening test & eval, then 2/4/6mo during rapid growth, 9/12/15/18m during slower growth, than yearly starting @2.This schedule allows early detection of any problems. ...Read more
Child's MH: A Child Psychiatrist obtains thorough history from family or caretakers, performs Mental status exam, and orders further testing such as Psychological testing, to provide provisional diagnosis. ...Read more
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