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Are There Breast feeding Benefits for the Mother?

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Breastfeeding will helps to burns extra calories, so it can help you lose pregnancy weight faster. and It releases the hormones likeoxytocin, these arehelps in uterus return to its pre-pregnancy size and may reduce uterine bleeding after birth. Breastfeeding also lowers your risk of breast and ovarian cancer. It may lower your risk of osteoporosis The first few days after the child birth, your breasts make an ideal "first milk." It's called colostrum. Colostrum is thick, yellowish and scant, but there's plenty to meet your baby's nutritional needs. Colostrum helps a baby s digestive tract develop and prepare itself to digest breast milk. Most babies lose a small amount of weight in the first 3 to 5 days after birth. This is unrelated to breastfeeding.As your baby needs more milk and nurses more, your breasts respond by making more milk. Experts suggest that breastfeeding exclusively no formula, juice, or water for sixmonths. If you supplement with formula, your b…

Hypothyroid children can perform like a normal child?

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Hypothyroid children can perform like a normal child?


Hypothyroidism is a condition in which the thyroid gland is underactive and produces an insufficient amount of thyroid hormones. Hypothyroidism is the most common thyroid disorder affecting children. However, children with the disorder display different symptoms from adults. Hypothyroidism in the new born, when left untreated, can lead to intellectual disability and profound developmental delays. What causes hypothyroidism: The most common cause of hypothyroidism is an autoimmune reaction in which the body's immune system slowly destroys the thyroid gland. This is known as Hashimoto's thyroiditis or autoimmune thyroiditis. Maternal antibodies produced against a woman's thyroid, or treatment of a mother's thyroid disorder such as iodine, can affect her unborn child's thyroid function.  What are the symptoms of hypothyroidism: The symptoms of hypothyroidism in children are different than in adults. The following are th…

Chronic Bronchitis is Contagious in children?

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There are so many childhood diseases, infectious and non-infectious, bronchitis is most often caused by a viral infection. It may also be caused by bacteria or things such as dust, allergens, strong fumes, or tobacco smoke.
In children, the most common cause of acute bronchitis is a virus. The illness may develop after a cold or other viral infection in the nose, mouth, or throat Such illnesses can spread easily from direct contact with a person who is sick. A number of different viruses cause bronchiolitis which affects children less than one year of age. Most commonly, it is caused by respiratory syncytial virus, but it can also be caused by influenza and other common viruses associated with upper respiratory symptoms such as fever, runny nose, and cough. A common symptom of bronchiolitis includes all of the above and wheezing the same symptom observed in children with asthma. It is common in the winter months, and some infants will require admission to a hospital when the respiratory…
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2nd International Conference on Pediatrics and Primary Healthcare Nursing” is a two-day conference which is going to be held on March 26-27, 2020 in Abu Dhabi, UAE which comprises prompt keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations and Exhibitions. The Theme of the conference is Little Feet, Big Steps: Advancing Pediatric Nursing Care
This will be a great platform to gather and share knowledge, interactive dialogue about the emerging world of pediatrics and Healthcare. This conference consists of Neonatologists, Nurses, Pediatricians, Researchers and Students who dispense an international forum on extending of approved research. Pediatrics & Nursing 2020 provides a global platform for exchanging thoughts and makes us updated about the new innovations in Pediatric Nursing. Expecting overwhelming leads and global business exposure from Directors, CEOs, and eminent experts in various fields .This is excellent platform to share your best practice initiative, research projec…