Rotavirus infection may play a role in the development of type 1 diabetes, according to a front matter article published October 10 in the open-access journal PLOS Pathogens by Leonard C. Harrison of the University of Melbourne in Australia, and colleagues. Rotavirus remains the major cause of infantile gastroenteritis worldwide, although the advent of vaccination
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Photo: iStockphoto Death can be a tricky thing to navigate. For my two kids, then one and two and a half, the loss of their grandfather, Bob, was the first major death close to them. Being so young, I didn’t feel either kid was old enough to grasp the concept of death, so we decided
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Our Playroom Tour – 3 Play Zones Every Kid Needs The Parenting Junkie will walk you through how to design a play space. You’ll get a playroom tour, more specifically a minimalist playroom tour. Throughout the minimalist inspired playroom tour you’ll see the 3 play zones kids need, including the messy zone, quiet zone, and
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St. Louis Children’s Hospital performs “ouchless” IV starts for children. Watch this video to see how our child lifestyle specialists use an iPad and distraction techniques to help make IV insertion a less stressful experience for kids. Learn about our ouchless emergency care by visiting http://www.stlouischildrens.org/our-services/emergency-medicine/ouchless-emergency-care. Learn more about St. Louis Children’s Hospital – Find
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LOVELY AND MAGICAL ART IDEAS Art is very beneficial for child development. Painting helps to relax, get rid of stress, concentrate, and last but not the least, it helps to develop fine motor skills and creativity. Today, we collected the best and the most fascinating art ideas for kids. I think you should try them
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Photo: Courtesy of bogs 1. Neo-Classic NWKids’ Winter Boots If you love BOGS, you’ll love this new, lighter iteration of the popular pull-on boots. Fully waterproof and ready for play, kids can put these on themselves and go. BOGS Neo-Classic NWKids’ Winter Boots, $100, bogsfootwear.ca Photo: Courtesy of Olang 2. Olang Star Nero A thick, grippy sole
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Surgery can mend congenital heart defects shortly after birth, but those babies will carry a higher risk of heart failure throughout the rest of their lives. Yet, according to a Science Translational Medicine study published today by UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh researchers, β-blockers could supplement surgery to regenerate infant heart muscle and mitigate the
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The perineum is the area between the genitals and the anus. There are many different possible causes of pain in this part of the body. Perineal pain can affect people of both sexes. In males, the perineum sits just behind the scrotum and extends to the anus. In females, the perineum begins at the front
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As 5G wireless technology is slowly making its way across the globe, many government agencies and organizations advise that there is no reason to be alarmed about the effects of radiofrequency waves on our health. But some experts strongly disagree. Why do some people believe that 5G technology may harm our health? The term 5G
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African-American and other ethnically diverse mothers know the value of a good night’s sleep, but they and their young children are at risk for developing sleep problems if they live in urban poverty, a Rutgers study finds. The study, published in the Journal of Pediatric Health Care, looked at the sleeping patterns of 32 women
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