Category: Kids Health

Kids Health

Oxygen Concentrators: Everything You Need to Know

Most people with respiratory problems are probably familiar with the hassle of needing to be close to an oxygen tank at all times. While an oxygen tank does provide a constant supply of oxygen, it’s too bulky and heavy to allow a user to move freely—especially outside of the home. Due to a high demand for a more portable source of oxygen, oxygen concentrators were developed. What are oxygen concentrators and how do they work? Let’s take a closer look to find out. Oxygen concentrators are relatively small devices that filter the air from your surrounding room and concentrate it ... Read more

Tips for a Healthy Summer Commute

With the summer months just around the corner, your schedule is probably full of extra activities from taking a family road trip to enrolling your kids in summer programs. As always, you’re likely to spend a lot of time in the car. Here are some tips to have a healthier summer commute: Dress For the Weather   In the early summer months, the temperatures can be cool in the morning and sweltering in the afternoon. A full schedule rarely allows for a stop at home for a wardrobe change, so it’s important to have proper weather-related attire for everyone.   ... Read more

How To Take Care of Your Baby? 5 Easy Steps

After 9 months of perseverance, a life comes into this world. the baby is very small, frail and weak even to move around in its first few months. This time period is crucial for the growth and development of the baby and at the same time requires all the nourishment and care it can get. There are lots of confusion, questions and apprehension among the parents on how to take care of the newborn. These 5 easy steps will help even the most nervous parents on how to take care of their baby and with what. 1. Consulting with Experts ... Read more

Holidays, not School, are Responsible for Weight Gain in Children

In the US, the goal to curb increasing rates of childhood obesity has almost entirely focused on schools and their feeding and fitness programs. This is because some years ago studies showed that school lunches were linked to obesity. Since then, a lot of effort has been placed to make food healthier at schools. But as it turns out, we have been wrong to blame school feeding programs for the growing incidences of childhood obesity, a new study has found. Schools have been putting in place physical education programs and revising their diet plans in order to ensure that children ... Read more

6 Tips To Caring For A Baby’s Health

The joy of welcoming a new member in the family is overwhelming both for the mother and all other family members. However, there are some measures that need to put in place in order to provide a very conducive environment for the newborn. Every member of the family as well as the visitors has a role to play in ensuring that the young one is in perfect health at all times. The immune system of a baby is not well developed during the first months a fact that puts the baby at the risk of contacting infections easily and especially ... Read more

How To Keep Your Baby Healthy During A Trip

Whether you are off to a cabin in the woods or to a tropical resort, vacation offers you an opportunity to escape hustle and bustle of the city. Unfortunately, traveling with your youngster can be challenging. Children can be susceptible to travel-related issues like motion diarrhea, infections and other sickness. Before you go out on a vacation with your toddler, be sure to plan carefully so you can enjoy your vacation. Below are some tips on keeping your toddler healthy during your trip, so you can all enjoy your trip together. Vaccinate Your Newborn In Advance Realise that different nations ... Read more

Growing Bones: 6 Tricks for Keeping Kids Full and Healthy

One of the most difficult parts about being a parent is having to make food choices every day on behalf of your children. Making these choices is a tremendous responsibility: the food culture and that your child grows up with will stay with them for the rest of their life. By consistently making healthy food decisions for those in and around your family, you can help send your child down the path to a positive relationship with food and an overall healthy existence.   Keep a Food Schedule One of the easiest ways to fall into an unhealthy eating pattern ... Read more

5 Simple Ways to Make Your Children Healthier

Most parents want to increase the health of their children to ensure that they thrive and can develop properly in life. As children’s immune systems develop, parents can start healthy habits early on to increase their well-being. To ensure that your children become healthier, there are a number of effective steps to take at any age. Maintain a Sleep Schedule Children need to follow a schedule throughout the week to ensure that they get enough sleep and get used to following a routine. Make it a point to establish naps and a bedtime each day to ensure that their body ... Read more

5 Tips for Allergy Free Kids Room

Kids are sensitive beings, which means that they are prone to all sorts of allergies. Additionally, the behavior of an adult greatly differs from that of a child, which changes the equation. An adult is (in most cases) less likely to eat something off the floor, just as they are more likely to avoid visible clusters of dust. When a child is at play, however, most of these simple hygiene rules do not apply. Here are five simple tips that will help transform your kid’s bedroom into an allergy free area. No Pets Allowed This first rule may seem a ... Read more

Nutritional Insight For Your Kid

Many kids in the United States these days are victims of high cholesterol and obesity mainly as a result of eating un-healthy foods. This may look something trivial as of now but could build up to harmful effects as your child grows up. They refuse to even smell food which isn’t part of Mc Donald’s or Wendy’s for example. Yes as parents nobody would like to say no to their kids for anything be it food or anything else but we must realize this will eventually lead up to more harm being done to those little ones we love. Their ... Read more

4 Diseases Kids Pick Up At School To Look Out For

School is great for kids in so many ways, and an essential part of their learning and development. At school kids can play, learn, meet friends and explore the world – but unfortunately it’s also a place where germs, disease and bugs get passed around very easily. Children are all about playing with hands on contact, and this can make the spreading of certain diseases and conditions easier. It’s important to be aware of these health conditions and address them as soon as possible, before the issue gets out of hand. Here we list 4 childhood illnesses your child could ... Read more

Supplement Industry: How are Nutraceuticals Produced?

Modern medicine may be effective, but it is also incredibly costly. OECD Health Data from 2012 shows that Americans spend almost 2.5 times the OECD average for healthcare. Supplements represent one of the more ideal ways to lower these costs. They can prevent the formation of diseases for just a few pennies where it might cost thousands of dollars to correct a condition like heart failure. While how to use supplements may be clear, how they are produced may not be as clear. Let’s explore how nutraceuticals are produced. Manufacturing Through Natural Sources The most common way for nutraceuticals to ... Read more