Malnutrition in Children which cause the behavior

Poor nutrition as a child will bring bad effects on one’s physical health. But it was not only his physical problems, but also will cause the child to have behavior problems when he was a teenager.

Similarly, as seen from a study of approximately 1,600 children in the islands of Mauritius, who suffered malnutrition, lack of protein, minerals zinc, iron and vitamin B, when they are 3 years of age. And after the age of 8, 11 and 17 years, they tend to have behavior problems are manifold.

These children tend to behave badly in school, fighting, breaking school rules and other behavioral problems as they grow older. They generally have a level of intelligence (IQ) lower, which is a sign of a deficit (shortage) of neuro-cognitive brain due to malnutrition, and this may be the cause of the problem behavior.
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Are Children Affected by Stroke Can Also?

Stroke does not just occur in adults or the elderly. Stroke can also occur in children and infants. The incidence of stroke in children about 2 to 5 per 100,000 children per year, while the number of events in infants reached 25 per 100,000 infants per year.

Beware if your child frequent headaches, migraines or headaches in certain parts, and eyes feel dizzy. Moreover, when 1 to 2 hours later her headache intensified, even accompanied by vomiting, seizures, and loss of consciousness. Nobody could have thought that the original children can speak fluently finally stammer, her movements were stiff and suddenly became paralyzed.

The symptoms are only experienced by school-age children, but also in infants. The baby will usually fuss constantly, refusing to drink milk, vomiting, and seizures. Subsequently followed by a decrease of consciousness, weakness, and even paralysis.

If your child shows clinical symptoms, parents should immediately take him to the doctor. All symptoms are a sign of an irregularity in the brain, which is commonly known as a stroke. Continue reading “Are Children Affected by Stroke Can Also?”

Honey To The Tiny?

For the little honey? Should not. Honey is delicious and many benefits can be disastrous when given at the little that even a year old yet again.

Honey taken from the wild and eaten in pristine condition. Unfortunately, the purity is often tainted by a kind of bacteria that can produce toxins (toxins) in the baby’s gastrointestinal tract. The poison known as botulinum toxin.

Why wait 1 year? Because after the age passes, gastrointestinal baby is already quite mature and bacteria can not grow there.
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Balanced Nutrition For Small

Feeding children is not a simple thing. Especially for children in the early days of growth. He not only requires adequate nutrition, but also appropriate and balanced.

Especially for children aged 4 to 8 months, milk is still the staple food are loaded with nutrients. Fortunately, if the mother has sufficient milk to meet your baby optimal nutrition. But what if the mother does not have enough milk, or child nutrition is not met again only with breast milk? How does she introduce advanced formula or supplement that is right for your child?
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Effect of Music on Children

Research shows that music, especially classical music, greatly influenced the development of IQ (Intelligent Quotien) and EQ (Emotional Quotien) in children.

A child who used to listen to music since childhood will be more developed emotional intelligence and intelligence compared with children who rarely listen to music. The meaning of the music here is music that has a regular rhythm and irregular tones. Level of discipline children often listen to music is also better than children who rarely listen to music.

Basics of classical music is generally derived from the human pulse rhythm that he plays a major role in brain development, the formation of the soul, the character, even the human body. Continue reading “Effect of Music on Children”

Head Injury in Children

Very young children often suffered head injuries, whether caused by the fall, knock or other accidents. Head injury generally happens is a minor injury, but should still be a concern because of the danger of injury to the brain.

Symptoms that can be found among other bloody injuries, bumps and bruises. Can be accompanied also by an injury to the brain, which has signs and symptoms such as fainting, children seem sleepy continues, dizziness, nausea and vomiting, blurred vision and memory loss. When the children of the ear canal or ear discharge is red like blood or yellowish, chances are it is the brain fluid, which indicates the existence of cracks in the skull, which require immediate medical attention.

If the child loses consciousness (fainting), drowsiness, confusion, vomiting continuously, seizures or remove fluid from the ear canal or nose, immediately take it to the hospital. This is likely an indication that the injury on the part of the brain. Do not waiting anymore. At the hospital will usually do a series of tests such as X-rays of the skull, to determine whether there has been a rift in the skull, CT scan and MRI to determine the possibility of damage or bleeding in the brain. Brain surgery may be needed to cope with the pressure on the brain caused by the hemorrhage. Continue reading “Head Injury in Children”

Head Injury in Children

Very young children often suffered head injuries, whether caused by the fall, knock or other accidents. Head injury generally happens is a minor injury, but should still be a concern because of the danger of injury to the brain.

Symptoms that can be found among other bloody injuries, bumps and bruises. Can be accompanied also by an injury to the brain, which has signs and symptoms such as fainting, children seem sleepy continues, dizziness, nausea and vomiting, blurred vision and memory loss. When the children of the ear canal or ear discharge is red like blood or yellowish, chances are it is the brain fluid, which indicates the existence of cracks in the skull, which require immediate medical attention.

If the child loses consciousness (fainting), drowsiness, confusion, vomiting continuously, seizures or remove fluid from the ear canal or nose, immediately take it to the hospital. This is likely an indication that the injury on the part of the brain. Do not waiting anymore. At the hospital will usually do a series of tests such as X-rays of the skull, to determine whether there has been a rift in the skull, CT scan and MRI to determine the possibility of damage or bleeding in the brain. Brain surgery may be needed to cope with the pressure on the brain caused by the hemorrhage. Continue reading “Head Injury in Children”

How to use rectal thermometer?

This method is an excellent way maybe it’s just less fun. Babies should be measured in this way given the higher accuracy. Recorded temperature is generally higher than the temperature measurements 10 by mouth (oral).

When using a mercury thermometer, make sure you are very careful. Sudden movements of the baby can make the thermometer broke and pose a hazard. Thermometer inserted through the ass hole (anus) for at least 3 minutes. Do not forget to fan the first thermometers shaking before use so that the mercury is already up to fall back.

To get optimal results, lay the baby in the tummy on top of a soft base. Separate the two baby’s bottom with your fingers and insert termomoter (which has been given lubricant) deep? 1 inch. After that you have to wait for 3 minutes while keeping the thermometer carefully in order not to break.

Prematurity

Prematurity is the leading cause of abnormalities and death in newborns. Some organs in the infant may not be fully developed so that the baby has a higher risk of developing certain diseases.

Prematurity is a condition found in immature infants when gestational age was 37 weeks yet. The causes of preterm birth are generally not known. However, 15% of preterm births are found in multiple pregnancy (in utero there is more than one fetus).
The factors that contribute to the onset of preterm labor are:

Pregnancy at a young age (maternal age less than 18 years old)
Irregular prenatal care
Lower socio-economic groups
Nutritional state less
Drug abuse
The problems in the mother that the cause of the prematurity may include:
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There Suicide Risk From Within Content

The tendency of a person to commit suicide, is determined also from someone still in the womb. Babies born with low weight, will be twice as likely to commit suicide. Risk is also increased in babies and babies born to short mothers who are still young. This suggests the existence of genetic factors that come into play.

Research conducted on 700,000 adults in Sweden, who were born between the years 1973 to 1980. They researched and seen how likely they are to commit suicide or attempted suicide by the time they are 10-26 years old.

Babies who are born weighing 2 kg or less double the risk of suicide compared with babies born weighing 3.25 to 3.75 kg. Babies are born with a body length of 47 cm or less, the risk of suicide significantly compared with babies with a body length of 50-51 cm. Suicide risk is also increased in infants born to mothers who did not graduate high school or at least have 3 other children.
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