Health Vision

Kids eye care tips for healthy vision

Lawrence and Mayo, India’s most trusted optical retailer shares few valuable insights and suggestions that should be followed for keeping your child’s eye safe and healthy from the very early stage. Children are constantly growing, changing, and evolving. Their eyesight is an important part of their growth and needs to be taken care of from […]

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Don’t addict to tv and mobile : Dr. Pattar

EXCERPTS from the Health Education Programme in the series of programmes of Arogya Nandana project held on 25th June, 2018 at Bangalore Media Icon of Bengaluru in association with manufacturer of quality homeopathic medicines – Dr. Pattar’s Gold Pharma,had organised a Health Education programme in the series of programmes of Arogya Nandana project, on 25th June 2018, in […]

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Nutrition for Toddlers

Healthy eating for toddlers and young children Toddlers can be introduced to new tastes and textures as they transition from baby food to “real” food. Keep in mind that toddlers have very small stomachs. It may be better to feed them 5-6 small meals a day, rather than three large ones. Depending on age, size, […]

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Ayurveda for a stress-free childhood

When was the last time you had a good laugh with your children?? Playing their favourite game, forgetting all your pending works, meetings and deadlines? Is your child having any recreational activity every day? Or are they hyper scheduled with school, tuition and coaching classes not getting enough time to inculcate their passion? Is stress […]

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How to build a Healthy Immune system in your child?

Is your child falling sick frequently? Do you have to visit your child’s pediatrician frequently? You are right; there can be problem in your child’s immune system. Immune system does a remarkable job of defending you against disease-causing microorganisms. But sometimes it yields to the invader, that is, a germ which when gains entry makes […]

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Wondering why your new baby is not making you happy?

Birth of a child is one of the most beautiful moments in the life of a couple.  However, there are often unnoticed cases of depression which occurs in parents (mostly mothers) post the birth.  This condition is known as Postpartum Depression.  The condition is often confused with baby blues.  Baby blues occurs in mother’s post-delivery due to the hormonal […]

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Thalassemia Care in India: Where do we stand?

Blood, the life line of our bodies, has three major cellular components: red cells, white cells and platelets.  Red cells provide energy and transport oxygen in the body.  In Thalassemia major, red cells synthesis is insufficient and the life span also is very short.  The disease manifests early in childhood, mostly in the first year […]

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Bed Wetting (Nocturnal Enuresis)

Bed-wetting is not a behavioral problem. Many children do feel embarrassed or ashamed by it. Family members need to be supportive and not critical. Dr C Dinakar By around age 4, children start gaining control over bladder and stop urinating in their bed at night (and stay dry). But in some even beyond the age […]

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Breast Feeding

“Breast milk is all that the baby needs for the first six months.” Breast milk is an ideal food for your baby because it contains all the nutrients that a baby needs for first 6 months of life. It is quickly and easily digested and it contains fat, lactose, protein, vitamins, minerals (including iron), immunoglobulins, […]

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