As we all know, kids will always move endlessly, as if the energy is there in his body will never run out. This tremendous activity, can invite danger, especially child is often not careful in doing any activity. Never take into account the dangers that may threaten. So it is not uncommon, it causes the baby we often injured, either because of a fall, scratches, spills and so forth.
Does every child should be taken to a doctor hurt? If not, what kind of injuries that require treatment from a doctor? Here are a few pointers that may help parents to determine when the baby should be taken to the doctor.
Bloody Serious Wounds
Children are often injured and bleeding. If the bleeding can not be stopped or the wound may be infected or dirty and it also cuts on the face or genital area, then you should immediately take the child to the hospital.
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Infant feces or stool is generally distinguished by its color. Based on various color stool, we can detect whether the baby’s digestive system is normal or impaired.
Newborn baby stool is shaped like a soft asphalt, after the clotted like jelly, solid, seed, and can be fluid. As for the babies who were breastfed by his mother, would have a stool-shaped pasta or creams, seeds, and liquid like diarrhea
Frequency of bowel movements in every baby is different, especially in the fourth or fifth week at the beginning of his birth in the world, a baby can defecate 5 times a day. As for the babies who are breastfed, no bowel movement every day. Usually can reach 4 to 7 days.
Yellow stool is normal for babies stool color. If the baby is breastfed in total, without any mixture of other milk, feces produced will be the dominant color yellow (brighter).
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Babies generally have a normal body weight between 2500 to 3000 grams, with a body length of between 48 to 50 cm. Furthermore, the growth of the baby’s height and weight will not be the same. According to a doctor from the Division of Endocrinology, growth is divided into three phases.
First, starting from birth until he was three years old. In the first year, increasing height reaches 1, 5 times the length of birth. The age of two years, the average child grow as much as 6 to 10 cm per year. The second stage is the stage of the children who will end when the child enters puberty (age 6 to 12 years). At this stage the child reaches the height of the addition of 5 to 7 cm per year. In this stage the child will look elongated, care, and his stomach was not bloated anymore. The last stage is the stage of puberty (12 to 18 years) with a marked acceleration in growth due to the influence of sex hormones. Adolescent height growth will accelerate quickly, and then slowly to a halt. In girls whose puberty occurs earlier, his height will reach 8 cm per year. While the boys will reach 10 cm per year. When this stage ends, the end was the child’s growth process.
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Area of the brain is the most important area that should be protected from injury or certain diseases that attack. What to do? Protection what can she give?
Look out! Protect your child’s brain:
Avoid measles. Although visible light, the disease may be the leading cause of children’s learning difficulties, personality disorders and even mental retardation behavior.
Take care and give children routine vaccinations are necessary.
Help prevent accidents that could injure a child’s brain. Up and down stairs, up and up to the table, traveling with a vehicle without securing the child, etc..
Protect children from toxins that damage the brain. For example, lead, which is often found in paints, toys, paper, household items, pencils, etc. Continue reading “Improve Psychic Abilities Children”
Usually parents rarely think about their cholesterol levels in children. Whereas high levels of cholesterol in children can lead to heart disease and stroke as young adults.
High levels of cholesterol in childhood is rarely reported as one of the health problems. Problems associated with high cholesterol levels are also rarely discussed until now, so the link between children’s health and cholesterol are often overlooked. Yet efforts to control cholesterol levels in children is a very important thing, especially for those whose parents have high cholesterol levels.
Cholesterol is a fat that is produced in the liver and used by the body to form cell walls and some specific hormones. Cholesterol can not work alone in the body, because it? should join the protein to be able to move the blood circulation. Cholesterol and protein will work together and called lipoproteins.
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