All Children's Health Topics

Discharge from Baby’s Belly Button, What Does It Mean?

Taking care of the newborn’s umbilical cord stump can be quite a challenge. What if you see discharge? Is it an infection? Read the article for the answers.

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Why Does Baby Twiddle? Should You Discourage It?

Your baby may pull away from the nipple at the time of breastfeeding due to various factors. Should you let your baby twiddle? Read the article.

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Whooping Cough, How Is It Transmitted?

Whooping cough is a very serious infection of the respiratory tract caused by the pertussis bacteria. The article discusses contagion method and other aspects of the disease.

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Is It Normal for Baby Constantly Moving Hands?

Baby constantly moving hands is normal; he/she will grow out of it. But it's always the best to consult a doctor, especially if you suspect it is autism.

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Concussion in Children: Signs and Management Tips

Worry about concussion in children? There are several symptoms you need to look out for and some may require emergency help. Learn the tips to manage the concussion at home.

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Meconium Stained Amniotic Fluid

Meconium stained amniotic fluid can be an indication of meconium aspiration syndrome in newborns. Learn the signs of this condition, and how it is treated.

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Baby Chest Congestion

Like adults, babies can suffer from chest congestion. Baby chest congestion can occur due to a number of causes and can often be carefully relived at home.

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Normal Respiratory Rate for Infants

It’s important to know the normal respiratory rate for infants as fluctuation from what is normal may be a sign of underlying diseases, which require medical attention.

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Parenting Guide: Oral Thrush in Babies

Oral thrush is a fungal infection that affects the mouth and is quite common in babies and young children… Knowing typical symptoms is crucial to identify if your baby got thrush in mouth.

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Chronic Cough in Children: Causes & Treatments

Most often, chronic cough in children is not serious and is necessary to help keep the airways open. Here are some common causes of chronic cough in children and what you can do at home for relief.

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