Child Health

The cognitive function of children improves with exercise

cognitive function of children

Practice exercise regularly improves cognitive functions of children, stimulating their memory and concentration and positively affect their academic performance, according to the results of new research from the American Academy of Pediatrics, in which involved 220 school children aged between seven to nine, who conducted an exercise program after school. The aim of the researchers was to analyze the impact ...

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Five tips for caring of the newborn’s skin

newborn skin care

The newborn’s skin is extremely sensitive. Unlike the skin of adults, babies do not have enough defenses to deal with external aggression. Being so vulnerable, her delicate skin needs special care, so we give you five tips to keep in mind to care for newborn skin. Bathroom: short or parts cleaning During the first weeks of life, you must bathe ...

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Children’s Cough, action guide for parents

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The cough in both adults and children is a defense mechanism of the respiratory system. Its primary mission is to expel mucus, phlegm and any foreign objects located from the nose to the smallest bronchioles. In this way it gets harder to breathe better and the occurrence of complications resulting from retention of mucus and phlegm, including bacterial superinfection. It ...

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The baby’s eyes: Problems and curiosities

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80% of learning and development of babies require view. Therefore, it is imperative that parents are aware of any anomalies or problems in the eyes of their children from birth. The baby’s eyes The view is the most important sense that humans possess, and the eye is the organ that makes this possible. From birth, and as we grow, vision ...

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