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Welcome to Kidcrew’s blog, where our team of pediatric health experts share their knowledge and insights on the health and well-being of children and families. From nutrition and lifestyle tips to parenting advice, our blog is your trusted go-to source for all things related to kids’ health and wellness.
Your nose produces up to a pint of snot per day, but you swallow most of it. While that may seem gross, it actually is very important and helps you stay healthy. Your snot keeps germs dirt and bacteria from getting into your lungs. Kind of like an air filter as you breathe.
Why Do Eyes Water? The Answer Might Not Be What You Expect! You’re outdoors, and a wind suddenly blows you in the face. You just noticed your eyes are tearing up and you’re not sad. So what’s going on? “My eyes are watering, and I’m not crying?”.
Yawning is normal – from babies to grandparents – everybody yawns. Even your pets and wild animals yawn. So why do we yawn? Well, the truth is we don’t know for sure, but we have a few ideas on why people yawn.
Why do I need to wash my hands? Easy – washing your hands helps protect you from germs. It also helps protect from spreading germs to other people.
Bad breath is common, and anybody can have it from time to time. The good news is there are ways to prevent bad breath and even treat it in more severe cases.
Children grow about 5 centimetres each year between age 4 and the start of puberty. It is not possible to predict exactly how tall a child will be until they stop growing, but there are a few things that can help us make a guess.
Kids these days often eat lots of processed and unhealthy foods and the result is a very common problem, constipation. Making a habit of including some of these great high-fiber foods every day can really help!
What is plagiocephaly (baby head shape flattening)? Plagiocephaly is a fancy term for flat head syndrome. There are actually 2 types: plagiocephaly (where one side of the head is flatter than the other, commonly associated with torticollis), and brachycephaly (flat head across the whole back of the skull).
Unlike adults who can describe their symptoms (one-sided pounding headache with sensitivity to light, sound, nausea, and vomiting) most young children are limited in their ability to describe their headache given their developmental stage.
First, when people speak of ‘boosting’ the immune system, this usually means to prevent or limit common or serious infections.
Are there foods to avoid during pregnancy?Yes.There are many foods to avoid during pregnancy. here we discuss most common foods to avoid
Picky eaters are common. Do your kids know that you are stressed about them not eating? Follow these tips to help make eating more enjoyable for the whole family.