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Neonates at birth rarely resemble rose cheeks picture of newborns. Milia sprinkled face Vernix caseosa smeared hairy body Mongolian spots – all unnerve parents
Childhood psychiatric disorders are common, but often go unrecognized, with the effect disturbed children’s social behavior and learning ability are impaired
Facebook depression is a major cause of teenage depression. Prohibiting social networking would not help. Safe use of media instilled early in childhood could
Doc said it is lipoma, a fatty lump, nothing to worry about. My 3-month old daughter has a painless soft lump on the top of her upper arm, which moves
Obesity is one of the scourges of teenage. Teenage obesity should be taken a lot more seriously than it is at present for the lifelong scars it leaves.
The body proportions in my 15 years old daughter seem to be disturbed. Her target height is 161 cm, but she has reached a height of 172 cm, even though
I measured my arm-span, quite accidentally about a year ago at 22 years of age, to see if it fits the formula “arm-span to height as 1:1”. It did not.
Coronavirus pandemic is a threat to social-emotional well-being of children & adolescents. Its related loneliness & anxiety risk long-term effects on their mind
Teenage is the rainbow period of life, colorful and fleeting. Experiences of adolescence add joy and meaning to growing-up. PCOS stole all fun and frolic
Symptoms of PCOS emerge in childhood before puberty sets in - hints fetal programming. Diagnosis of PCOS is delayed until after teenage when obesity develops
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