A new study has found a high incidence of headaches in pediatric stroke survivors and identified a possible association between post-stroke headache and stroke recurrence. Headache developed in over a third of participating children, on average six months after the stroke. Fifteen percent of patients suffered another stroke, typically in the first six to 12
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Children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) are more likely to experience bullying than children without ASD and this bullying gets worse with age, according to new research from Binghamton University, State University of New York. Hannah Morton, a graduate student in the clinical psychology PhD program at Binghamton University, aimed to conceptualize bullying in children
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Cyberbullying And How It Might Affect Your Child » Daily Mom Nowadays our kids can’t imagine life without technologies and the internet. Sometimes parents give tablets and phones to their toddlers to play so that they will be quiet. That’s why you shouldn’t be surprised when your 8-year old child asks you to set up
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Image: iStock IN THIS ARTICLE Even the brightest and sharpest of teenagers have scope for learning something new. The idea of trivia questions for teens is just that. These intriguing and witty questions challenge the teen’s brain to learn and explore a lot more than they would normally do. A trivia quiz can be on
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The work, published by the Esteve Foundation, reveals that gender differences in the manifestation of the diseases result in poorer diagnosis and treatment for women. Women are underdiagnosed in at least 700 pathologies according to the book Perspectiva de género en medicina (Gender perspective in medicine), coordinated by University of Alicante Prof. in Preventive Medicine
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Parent Education Programs And Rewards From Baby Box Co. All mothers and fathers will look for parenting advice or even seek parent education programs at some point throughout parenthood. Whether they are expecting their first child or already have children, most likely questions will arise that parents may not know the answers to. When this
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Pooping regularly is a sign of a healthy digestive tract. Everyone’s bowel habits are slightly different, but going too long without pooping can be a sign of an underlying health condition that may require medical attention. There is no specific number of times a person should poop per day, since everyone’s bowel habits are different.
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IN THIS ARTICLE Fashionable, stylish, and updated with the latest trends. That’s how meticulous teens are when it comes to their appearance. Wouldn’t such a fashionable person want to smell good too? Perfumes for teens are an integral part of their grooming, as smelling good gives a pleasant feeling not just for the person wearing
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Photo: iStockphoto Despite decades of campaigns pushing for increased awareness, injuries and deaths caused by heatstroke when kids are left in hot cars continue to happen. Dozens of children across North America die each summer while trapped in hot cars, where interior temperatures can jump more than 30 degrees Celsius in just half an hour
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A study co-led by Dr. Nelly Mauras at Nemours Children’s Health System in Jacksonville, Florida found that children with type 1 diabetes (T1D) have slower growth in brain areas associated with mild cognitive deficits compared to children without T1D. The study, presented today at the American Diabetes Association’s® (ADA’s) 79th Scientific Sessions®, found significant differences
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In a large new Kaiser Permanente study, children who were up to date on their pertussis vaccine schedule were far less likely to develop the disease than unvaccinated children. However, most pertussis cases were in fully vaccinated children. The risk of vaccinated children becoming ill increased with the time since vaccination, suggesting that waning effectiveness
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New research finds that the immunotherapy drug teplizumab delays the onset of type 1 diabetes by 2 years, on average, in high-risk individuals. New research has significant clinical implications, particularly for young people with a high risk of type 1 diabetes. Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disease affecting about 1.25 million children and adults
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Image: iStock Are you making a playlist for your child’s next birthday party? Making a kid-friendly playlist for a family road trip? Or are you just planning a karaoke night with your kids? Whatever your reason is, having a playlist that can charge up or soothe your children instantly is always a good idea. But
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Photo: iStockphoto There’s a picture of me at around age one, propped up in a green baby walker with a big grin on my face. “You loved it!” my mother is fond of saying, followed by the story of how I used this particularly treacherous product to fall down a (small) flight of stairs. Apparently I
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Jun 6 2019 New research has found no increased risk of congenital malformations associated with treatment with radiotherapy or chemotherapy in children of fathers with testicular cancer. The study, by Yahia Al-Jebari of Lund University, Sweden and colleagues, is published in the open-access journal PLOS Medicine on June 4, 2019. It followed 4,207 children of
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Jun 6 2019 Rettsyndrome.org announced their funding of two new research projects today. Jeannie T. Lee, MD, Ph.D. of Massachusetts General Hospital is awarded a two-year ANGEL Grant for $600,000 to focus on reactivating the silent X chromosome for Rett syndrome and Davut Pehlivan, MDof Baylor College of Medicine is awarded a two-year Mentored Clinical
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The Importance Of Dad And The Father Daughter Bond-Daily Mom The importance of a dad is very crucial. A father plays a big and important role in their child’s life. Being present in the child’s life has a huge impact on them and molds him/her into the person they become. Whether it is the father
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Obese children are four times more likely to become obese adults making childhood obesity a significant health threat. A new study in the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior, published by Elsevier, found the Developing Relationships that Include Values of Eating and Exercise (DRIVE) curriculum mitigated weight gain in at-risk children as well as prompting
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Women can often experience a wide range of uncomfortable symptoms during pregnancy. One common complaint is rib pain, which has several possible causes that vary by trimester. In most cases, the cause of rib pain is harmless. The growing fetus often causes aches and pains around the ribs due to their position in the womb.
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Acropustulosis is an uncommon skin condition that causes itchy bumps, or pustules, to develop on the skin. It usually appears in babies but can also affect adults. Acropustulosis typically occurs on the palms of the hands and soles of the feet. Although the pustules can be itchy and uncomfortable, the condition is not serious and
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Image: Shutterstock IN THIS ARTICLE Adolescence is the time of many changes, both physiological and psychological. The plethora of changes can be overwhelming for some teenagers and may lead to panic or anxiety attacks. Considering the many moods your teenager has in a day (owing to hormonal changes), it may not be easy to tell
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