Children

Your little one is growing up and new questions come up every day: what foods will help him or her grow, what the symptoms of certain illnesses are and how to prevent them, how to handle tantrums, how to build a good relationship… Everything you need to know is here.

Urinary Tract Infections in Children

Urinary tract infections in children are quite common. Typically, these infections occur when bacteria enter the urinary tract, bladder, and/or kidneys. It’s necessary to see a doctor to start treatment as soon as possible if symptoms are present. This article…

The Importance of Summer Skin Care for Children

Does children’s skin require special care during the summer? When it comes to summer skincare for children, the answer is clear: it’s very important! As skin expert Anna Codina (2003) states: “The thickness of the epidermis and the lipid composition…

Mental Illness in Children and Its Symptoms

Mental illness and other disorders don’t just affect adults, but also children. In fact, it’s even present in many animal species. However, the symptoms may present themselves differently in children. Are you able to recognize mental illness in your child?…

How to Help your Children Learn Who is a True Friend

Parents are children’s references and often are their first friends. After all, they share their games and experiences. However, it’s natural that as children, grow they begin to create new relationships. They meet friends at school, in the neighborhood or…

Childhood Incontinence and Bedwetting

Childhood incontinence, which refers to the act of urinating involuntarily, is also known as nocturnal enuresis. People with this condition are usually children, and they wet their beds while they sleep at night at an age when it shouldn’t happen…

Stereotypic Movement Disorder (SMD)

According to the Desk Reference to the Diagnostic Criteria from the DSM-5, stereotypic movement disorder involves repetitive, non-functional behavior. This disorder can interfere with the social and academic activities of the child who suffers from it. Typically, stereotypic movement disorder…

The Children Who Are Overloaded with Activities

In this time and age, a lot of children are overloaded with extracurricular activities. While most of their helicopter parents mean well and are convinced they’re doing the best for their children, they don’t realize the damage they’re doing to…

What to Do When Your Kids Don’t Want to Eat

A lot of parents get concerned when their kids don’t want to eat. Generally, there’s nothing to worry about, because this is usually a stage that they’ll overcome later in life. However, if the pediatrician says it’s necessary, you may…

The Four Best Colors for a Child’s Bedroom

Today, we’ll talk about how to select a color palette to decorate your house and colors to paint your child’s bedroom, in particular. The Power of Colors We’re surrounded by colors. That’s more than obvious. However, what’s not so evident…

Five Ways to Practice Spelling with Your Child

Learning to write and the rules do so “correctly” is one of the most complex stages that children go through. Therefore, you should practice spelling with your children at home and complement what they learn in school. This is a…

Seven Pros and Cons of Children Using Smartphones

Cell phones are playing an increasingly important role in the lives of children. Parents, teachers, psychologists, technologists, advertisers, manufacturers, and business people have very different views on this subject. Do you want to know whether you should give your children…

Seven Feeding Mistakes Parents Make

In this article, we’ll take a look at the seven most common feeding mistakes when it comes to feeding children. The First Months of Life During the first six months of human life, a baby should only feed on breast…

Nine Signs of Abuse in Children

It’s overwhelming to think that a child, an innocent and vulnerable being, can be attacked and hurt by their loved ones. Unfortunately, abuse in children is more common than we’d like to imagine. It may even occur right before our…

Raising a Child with Down Syndrome

Children with Down syndrome have the same needs and should be treated like any other child. As will all children, good communication is essential when it comes to raising children with this condition. In addition, their parents should also keep…

How to Deal with Sibling Fights

Finding out that a new sibling is coming into the family can be challenging for children, even for those who ask their parents for one. All of the normal rules and functions of the house change when a new baby…

Eight Benefits of Drawing for Children

There are many benefits of drawing for children. After all, it’s an ideal way to develop motor and mental skills. It also strengthens their exploratory, psychological, and emotional development. Unlike adults, children don’t worry about what others think. They’re not…