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.

Childhood Boundaries Are an Act of Love

Setting childhood boundaries is something that parents usually implement, although other adults can do it as well. Limits fulfill the purpose of organizing a child’s responses, and offer them frames of reference. Saying “no” is essential on many occasions and…

Hypothermia in Children: What to Do

Hypothermia in children happens when their body temperature decreases below the limits considered normal – that is, below 95 degrees Fahrenheit. The body’s thermoregulation mechanisms begin to fail when it falls below that. Hypothermia is usually a consequence of prolonged…

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…

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…