Oct 30th, 2010
Discovering addiction in your child is a nightmare for a parent. It is very hard for parents to accept the fact that their child is taking drugs. But all children are vulnerable to the temptation of drugs. You are mistaken if you assume that your child will never use drugs.
Oct 20th, 2010
From dental caries to hyperactivity, addictions and obesity, products containing refined sugars cause a great deal of damage in young children. There are many good reasons why you should control your child's sweet tooth and introduce healthier ways of eating. Here are some tips.
Oct 10th, 2010
Is your child a picky eater? Is it challenging to get them to eat food that is good for them? Here are some cooking tips to make sure that your kids stay in tip-top shape.
Oct 7th, 2010
Mumbai has been hit by a new scare – and no, it’s not a terrorist threat. After the recent swine flu epidemic, it is now hand, foot, and mouth disease (HFMD) - a viral illness that affects infants, children as well as adults – that is holding the city to ransom.
Oct 6th, 2010
Since you have a huge environmental impact on your child as a nurturer, why not take active steps to enhance your young child’s development? Here are four ways to enhance the development of your toddler or preschooler using simple child development concepts.
Oct 1st, 2010
Obesity in the USA has gone from a problem to a crisis to a full-blown epidemic. Childhood obesity rates have tripled in this country over the last three decades – one in every three children is now overweight.
Sep 27th, 2010
We read of typhoid, gastroenteritis and even cholera outbreaks almost every week in India. The quality and purity of the water your kids drink is crucial. Are you on top of the situation at home? Is your family safe from water-borne diseases?
Sep 24th, 2010
After causing a huge stir all last year, H1N1 is still very much on the minds of school administrators, teachers, students and parents as the new school year begins. Here are some things to know about the H1N1 strain of the flu virus and what you can do to help prevent contracting or spreading it.
Sep 16th, 2010
Emotional incest occurs when a parent energetically uses a child to fill an inner emptiness that the parent is not taking responsibility for filling. While it might not be as traumatic as sexual incest, it occurs for the same reasons - a wounded parent using a child addictively to get love and avoid pain.