Category Archives: Child health
The children’s hospital of Philadelphia has some of the greatest hotlines and help made available for you in order to get your child treated in the best way possible. You can get yourself as well as your child. The hospital offers differing services as well as awareness programs that put you on a leading edge regarding health findings and how you go about curing or preventing any kind of diseases.
Recent studies on chronic headaches suffered by kids show that many kids outgrow these conditions naturally as they grow up. As they approach adulthood they are more likely to experience relief from these severe conditions. Many children suffer from chronic headache for long stretches throughout their childhood. But these conditions often elevate as they grow older or just before they reach early 20s. This new study has been good news for many chronic sufferers. At least 88% of such sufferers have been reported to get relief from their conditions while only 12% could be going on to suffer for some more in their adult life.
The human memory has been shown to form at 30 weeks in the womb. Only 30 weeks may be enough to form this amazing machine called the human brain. There are many short term memory related neurons that form the intrinsic parts of the human brain. Dutch researchers have reported that this is giving scientists new evidences of the formation of the central nervous system. The Centre for Genetics, Reproduction and Child Health at the Maastricht University Medical Centre in Netherlands show that this study aims to pin point the major functions of the intrauterine neurological developments of the human system.
The annual meeting of Associated Professional Sleep Societies, in Seattle revealed interesting news to the public on June 8 that children taking daytime naps enjoyed greater benefits than those who did not. The nap not only gives the caretakers a break to take rest it also helps the children by reducing their anxiety level, hyperactivity and depression. The study was carried on for a period of 3.4 weeks with inputs from parents and caretakers about their children’s nap timings.