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Bedwetting
Bedwetting or enuresis refers to involuntary urination in children aged 5 years old and above. It is still considered a normal condition for children up to age 7 but if it persists beyond that, it is time to consult your pediatrician. It can be classified into two types: nocturnal (nighttime) and diurnal (daytime) enuresis. Nocturnal enuresis is more common among children. read more
Baon Treats for Kids
The old adage ‘health is wealth’ does not only apply to adults, it also applies... read more
Eye Spy
Finding out about poor eyesight in little ones is a real tough job. Most... read more
Fiber Happy
Today's children are growing heavier at an alarming rate. It is common knowledge that children... read more
Help! My Child Snores!
It is common knowledge that adults snore a lot. But do children snore as well?... read more
Iron-deficiency Anemia
Sometimes, although we try to make every meal nutritious and delicious for our children, a... read more
Kids, Eyes, and Studies!
If you’ve got a healthy brood that has not yet encountered big... read more
Measles
Measles is another highly contagious disease in... read more
Mumps
Mumps is another contagious illness. The incubation... read more
Stop Snoring Now
Removal of the tonsils and adenoids usually results in the cure of OSAS... read more
Truly Celebrating Christmas with our Kids: Part 1
There’s a lot more to Christmas than you might think. It may be the time... read more
Truly Celebrating Christmas with our Kids: Part 2
There’s a lot more to Christmas than you might think. It may be the time... read more
Watch out for That Head Scratch
Learn about Pediculosis capitis better known as infestation of head lice, the second most common... read more
What Do People Commonly Say about Natural Family Planning? Part 1
Following are some of the most common comments this author has heard about NFP, and... read more
When Snoring is Not Okay
Consult your doctor if your child's noisy breathing or snoring becomes noticeable.... read more
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