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World Down Syndrome Day
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World Down Syndrome Day

21st March is celebrated as World Down Syndrome Day. Down’s syndrome is a genetic chromosome problem when one is born with an extra chromosome. Chromosomes carry all the genetic information from the mother in her egg and from the father in his sperm to the new baby. However, due to some error in natural mechanisms,...

March 21, 2022July 19, 2022by
Things you must Consult with your Gynaecologist
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Things you must Consult with your Gynaecologist

We share almost everything with our female friends and people close to us, but we hesitate to share intimate female issues. Some of us are too shy to discuss such problems even though we have similar issues. This article will help you to understand the need to consult the issues with your gynecologist and the...

June 16, 2021July 19, 2022by
GENERAL GUIDELINES ABOUT FEVER IN CHILDREN
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GENERAL GUIDELINES ABOUT FEVER IN CHILDREN

Fever is one of the most common symptoms of underlying disease in children, whenever the child develops fever the various question which comes to parents mind are: What is fever? Whether it’s a friend or enemy? Baby’s head most of the time feels warm on touch. Is it because of fever? Why child develops fever?...

April 8, 2021July 19, 2022by
Cradle Cap in infants
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Cradle Cap in infants

What is Cradle Cap? Cradle cap is a common issue seen in neonates and infants. The most common manifestation is in form of an area of rough scabbing over the scalp of the head, something similar to dandruff. It is so named because of the peculiar position where a cap would normally sit.It is also...

March 31, 2021July 20, 2022by
Bed Wetting
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Bed Wetting

Bedwetting   As the child grows they gradually start realizing the feeling of bladder fullness. they initially learn to control and coordinate their urination and then later start controlling their stool. The urine control for daytime generally occurs at the age of 4 years. this coordination and control during the night time usually takes longer...

March 17, 2021July 20, 2022by
All you want to know about Uterine Fibroid
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All you want to know about Uterine Fibroid

Uterine fibroid – made of smooth muscle cells and fibrous connecting tissue, is one fibroid that mostly does not cause any serious health damage to the human body. The fibroid is mostly benign in nature but may begin as cancerous. They may or may not show symptoms. Uterine fibroid is the most common type of...

March 3, 2021July 19, 2022by
NEONATAL JAUNDICE
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NEONATAL JAUNDICE

What is neonatal jaundice and how common it is?  Jaundice is a yellowish appearance of the skin and the eyes and is very common in newborns. Roughly 60% of term and 80% of preterm babies develop jaundice within the first two or three days of birth and reach a peak at about the 4th day...

February 10, 2021July 19, 2022by
COMPLEMENTARY FEEDS
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COMPLEMENTARY FEEDS

COMPLEMENTARY FEEDS What is a complementary feed and why it is required? Growing infants do not get enough iron, zinc, and energy from breastmilk or formula milk alone after six months of age. Children between 6-24 months are very prone to growth faltering if breastfeed is not replaced by appropriate nutrient and calorie-dense foods. So...

February 3, 2021July 19, 2022by
Head Lice
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Head Lice

  Head lice is a common problem that usually affects pre-school, children, and their family members. These insects attach to the hair of a They can infect children from all socioeconomic strata. Generally, head lice don’t cause any serious illness, but they are a very common cause of intense itching, sleep disturbances; however, a secondary...

January 13, 2021July 20, 2022by
Invasive procedures in Fetal Medicine
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Invasive procedures in Fetal Medicine

What are the indications for an invasive procedure in Fetal Medicine (During Pregnancy)? For a long time, there was a barrier between the fetus and the physician, with none able to reach or as we may say communicate with the other promptly. That barrier was the barrier of technology which has quite been lifted up...

December 30, 2020July 19, 2022by