Facts about anti-inflammatory drugs

Tuesday, 02 June 2015

  Experts define inflammation as irritated body tissue, an injury or infection. Its symptoms include pain, sweating, redness of the affected area and sometimes loss of limb movement or function. Coupled with painful arthritis inflammation could also be a symptom of chronic diseases like heart disease and stroke.

Hypertension in children

Thursday, 28 May 2015

In children, high blood pressure is usually secondary for a specific reason in which a physician must identify the best treatment possible. Typically, a child is smaller than an adult. The systematic measurement of blood pressure during clinical examination showed that moderate hypertension is more frequent than what is assumed, especially among teenagers. In older children and teens, it can be primary hypertension because of its unidentifiable cause which is usually diagnosed in adulthood.

Solutions for bedwetting

Wednesday, 20 May 2015

  Your child still wets the bed at age seven, nine or even 15 years of age. You’ve tried everything and nothing has worked. Bedwetting could be caused by a urinary disorder, known as enuresis. Enuresis affects 1 in 10 children between five and ten years of age, and 2-to 3% of teens. When a child suffers from enuresis, it is not always necessary to intervene with treatment or with medication.

Mouth ulcers in children

Friday, 20 March 2015

    The general term for mouth ulcers is stomatitis, a painful condition marked by inflammation and sores inside the mouth. Mouth ulcers can disrupt a person’s ability to eat, talk and sleep. A mouth ulcer is a single pale or yellow ulcer with a red outer lining or a cluster of ulcers in the mouth. Ulcers can occur anywhere in the mouth, including the inside of the cheeks, gums, tongue, lips and palate.

The disadvantage of the different blood types in the mother and child

Thursday, 19 March 2015

One of the reasons of pregnancy disability is the difference of blood types, or rhesus between the mother and the child, or the so-called: foetus-maternal incompatibility.

Causes of infant malformation

Wednesday, 18 March 2015

  All parents want to have a healthy baby. Unfortunately, life doesn’t always work out as planned.   First trimester The first trimester is a risky period and most miscarriages occur during the fist three months of pregnancy. Everything that happens to the mother inevitably affects the baby, especially infections and trauma. Infections could lead to pregnancy and birth complications.