Category: Kids Health

Victoria Beckham Dances Spice Girls Choreography With Son Romeo Not the average day in the kitchen… @romeobeckham x VB A post shared byVictoria Beckham (@victoriabeckham) on Dec 2, 2019 at 8:14am PST They slam it to the left, shake it to the right! Victoria Beckham and son Romeo Beckham danced along to Spice Girls’ “Spice Up Your Life” in an adorable clip the

Holding intubated infants in ICU found to be safe, beneficial

(HealthDay)—Holding intubated infants in the intensive care unit is well tolerated and does not increase adverse events, according to a study published in the December issue of Critical Care Nurse. Laura Ortmann, M.D., and Anne Dey, D.N.P., R.N., from the Children’s Hospital and Medical Center Omaha in Nebraska, examined the safety of a holding intervention

Children’s books released in November 2019

From a tale about a confused cat to amazing inventions in the field of medicine, here's what children's books released in November 2019 have in store for kids. From picture books to poems, you could pick from a range of children’s books published in November 2019 for your kids. Choose a book appropriate for your

Hilaria Baldwin Slams 'Cruel' Trolls Criticizing Her Miscarriage Reveal

Hilaria Baldwin isn’t ashamed of her vulnerability — despite what the trolls have to say. “All of a sudden I started getting negative comments about my miscarriage,” the fitness guru, 35, wrote on her Tuesday, November 26, Instagram Story, noting that she’s been called an “attention seeker,” “too old” and “disgusting.” The Living Clearly Method

Be a parent, not a tyrant: Recognise your control issues

If you’re a person whose loved ones often complain of being overwhelmed or seem anxious around you, you may want to introspect and work on yourself so that they don’t feel stifled and can freely express themselves.  By Ritika Jain Have you yelled at your kid despite him scoring in the nineties but not achieving

8 Weird Things That Happen After You Give Birth

Giving birth is an intense transformative experience that affects nearly every part of your body, including your brain. Sure, having a baby means you’re going to deal with about six or more weeks of physical pain and discomfort, but that’s certainly not all you’ll feel. Your hormones are totally out of whack, you’re exhausted and

About 2.7 million ED visits reported for sports injuries in 2010 to 2016

(HealthDay)—About 2.7 million emergency department visits for sports injuries occurred during 2010 to 2016, according to a study published online Nov. 15 in the National Health Statistics Reports, a publication of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Pinyao Rui, M.P.H., from the National Center for Health Statistics in Hyattsville, Maryland, and colleagues used

Baby names no one will use in 2020

Baby names can be hard to choose, especially in 2020. Whether or not you have kids or are planning on it at some point, you likely have a few baby name ideas in your head that you’re drawn to or put off by. Maybe you think it’ll be cool to name your baby after a

Public places through kids’ eyes: What do they value?

Children are too rarely asked their perspectives on public spaces. Traditionally, adults make choices for children, particularly about how they live and play. In yet-to-be-published research* on behalf of a local council, we asked 75 children aged seven to 12 from 10 primary schools in a disadvantaged area of Sydney to map what they value