Low Platelet Count in Children
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Thrombocytopenia is a condition that can be managed in children as long as they are well taken care of and the environment they reside in must be matched
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Preemie Baby Brain Development
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The World Health Organization (WHO) specifies prematurity as babies born before 37 weeks from the first day of the last menstrual duration. Recent information show that >
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Baby Growth and Development after Prematurity
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Premature birth can impact the method your child develops. Early intervention is necessary, so assessments from your healthcare group are crucial in making
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Baby Teething and not Eating
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Someplace in between 2 and 12 months (or later), your baby’s teeth will make their grand, irritated entryway. Here’s the best ways to read
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When Do Babies Start Crawling on Tummy
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Crawling is your baby’s first technique of getting around efficiently on his own. In the traditional crawl, he’ll start by learning to balance
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8 Months Old Baby Not Crawling
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The average age for crawling is 8 months, but many children wait up until later to crawl, or may avoid this stage entirely. If your child has actually
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Physical Development
My Baby Has Teething Signs at 3 Months
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The large bulk of babies grow their first tooth when they’re between 4 and 7 months old, but sometimes child showing signs of teething at 3 months.
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Two Years Old Baby Not Walking
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If your child remains to crawl, creep, or scoot on his bottom while other children his age are walking, you may be concerned about his motor advancement.
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One Year Old Baby Not Gaining Weight
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My child isn’t gaining weight. Should I be concerned? Perhaps. If your child has actually just recently been ill, he may have lost a little weight
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