Anyone with their eyes even half-way open can see that the worlds populace is buying larger-sized clothes this decade than in the last.
And the airwaves and bookshelves are filled with scammers desperately trying to pay for their new sports cars Read more→
Worrying is part of a parents job description and sleep is an issue worried about at both ends of the spectrum – infant, child and teen.
From sleeping through the night, to not wanting to go to sleep, to sleeping all day – just how much sleep should children be getting anyway?
WOAH! The study I want to describe to you today is unbelievable statistical work! Extensive. Mathematical. Exhaustive. Obsessive. Amazingly detailed. Did I say HUGE?
We’ve been taking a look back at the progress in medical research for pediatrics which occurred last year (2015). So far we’ve mentioned: Peanut allergies, new autism genes, strep throat guidelines and the FDAs removal of ear drops. Read more→
Ready or not, here we go again with another year in pediatric medicine. Statistics all start over; so, for things like “rates” (you know: death rates, immunization rates and injury rates) it’s like calling “kings X” and getting to start from scratch.
Peace On Earth. The word “PEACE” inscribed on the earth in GPS tracks by trekker “Yassan” — a timely message for all earthlings, young and old. If only we had ears to hear.
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Perhaps now (the week after thanksgiving in the US) is a good time to think about the points he makes. I know that I get a bit annoyed with all the teenage clerks in stores who think I’m gullible enough to swallow their knee-jerk excuse for their lame store not carrying any clothes in my size: “Well we don’t sell enough to carry them,” they spout.
“Look you little brain-dead twerp. There are a whole lot more people who look like me out on the street than who look like you!” – is what I wish I could say. And I probably might if I were a millennial; but, alas, I am not.
Maybe this “anti-pushing-the-button-so-the-door-opens-automatically-for-us” movement isn’t so bad after all. Obesity…
This generation of parents doesn’t have an understanding of the magnitude of impact the disease Polio caused on families in the last few centuries so is ill prepared for a new virus which has been creeping into the country causing paralysis in children. Enterovirus D68 as is it now known causes an upper respiratory infection, just as Polio did; but then, also just like polio, for some reason goes on to attack the nervous system in children causing paralysis.
There is, as yet, no known cure or prevention for contracting the disease – short of all the ‘hygiene’ methods we use to avoid getting a cold or diarrhea.
We’ve had articles before about bedtime rituals, including bedtime stories, which can help children sleep better, especially those with “normally wound-up” demeanors.
The title of an article is what search engines like Google key in on; but, I’ll bet you that you didn’t find this article by typing ‘developmental delays’ – even though they are exactly what we’re going to talk about today.
What do you think? Pretty basic and produced a tad bit more for type II diabetes than for Type I; but, not much.
At this time in my career I’ve learned to be a bit suspicious of what I read, especially in “non-official,” news publications – even if they are medically related like these three that I’ll mention today about diabetes.