Children born to older moms tend to have better health and development scores -- Most people have heard that it can be more risky to have children after age 35. However, these concerns usually relate to birth complications and not to the children's development.
There are ways to prevent lice, as well as to control their further spread if someone in the family does come into contact with these itch-causing bugs. By understanding how lice are spread, taking measures to prevent the spread and treating infestations properly, head lice can be managed. By learning more, families can help make sure children only return home from school with new textbooks and not some new tag-alongs.
Healthy bottle feeding- No matter what is in your baby's bottle, feed your baby with love and respect: - watch for and recognize hunger cues - feed infants on demand - never prop the bottle - don't insist on finishing the last drop - learn paced bottle feeding.
Obese mothers at higher risk for post delivery intensive care and lower infant health -- Being overweight can be a burden for an expectant mother. When it comes to labor and delivery, that extra weight can cause certain complications for both the mother and child.
It isn’t easy to deal with a bully, and young children are often the victims. These young bullies probably don’t understand the effects, but the victims of bullying are more likely to hurt themselves. (Click o read more.)