Kids Health

Facts about cerebral palsy and risk factors during pregnancy

There are many symptoms during pregnancy that may cause damage to the developing child’s brain, which can later lead to cerebral palsy. The disease is considered to be mostly congenital, which makes it all the more important for the mother to be extra cautious. By Dr Amar Singh Chundawat According to reports from the Indian […]

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How to make sure your child is getting enough sleep

Watching TV late at night or spending more time on laptops, cellphones and digital games is the main reason for insomnia among children. Children may sleep late at night, but need to rise early to attend school. By Mohmad Yusuf N Sheikh Insomnia, considered a disease that occurs at a mature age, has been observed […]

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Parents must learn skills to promote learning for toddlers

Parents and early educators must develop certain competencies to promote children’s learning. By Abha Ranjan Khanna Early childhood, the period from birth to six years, is a time of remarkable growth and brain development at its peak. During this time, children are highly influenced by their environment and completely dependent on the adults around them. […]

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Handwashing—the first hygiene lesson for kids

Global Handwashing Day: Washing hands regularly to get rid of germs is an important habit to learn. By Rishu Gandhi Handwashing is the first basic lesson for kids to learn as they’re growing up and possibly the lesson for life. Washing hands before eating has been a must ever since we can remember, since it’s […]

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Love Mexican Salsa? Make it at home with other yummy dips!

Try these easy recipes for Beetroot Pesto, Mexican Salsa and Chia Seed & Fig Jam…even fussy kids are sure to develop a taste for these! These recipes, using superfoods that are high on nutrition, are easy to make, courtesy Swasti Aggarwal, Food Strategist, Foodhall and Instagrammer Shivesh Bhatia. Beetroot Pesto Cooking Time: 10 minutes Difficulty level: […]