The developmental origins of health and disease (DOHaD) hypothesis describes how fetal growth influences the long-term health of an adult. Over the past several years, epidemiological studies have identified many factors that affect fetal growth, which, in turn, contribute to individual differences in disease pathogenesis later in life. Experimental studies have also presented considerable evidence
Have bedtime routines slipped over the summer? Here’s how to get your kids back on track before the new school year. Created for It’s been a long summer of unstructured days, late nights and lazy mornings for many Canadian families. With a return to reading, writing and arithmetic just around the corner, it’s time to
Pinworms are nothing to get bummed out about—they’re surprisingly common and easy to treat. Five-year-old Ellie had been asleep for just 20 minutes when she awoke in a panic. “She was writhing and uncomfortable,” says her mom, Celena Gowan, who soothed her daughter back to sleep. When Ellie awoke a second time complaining that “her
Plus, the coolest supplies to get kids excited for back to school. Gearing up for back to school starts with one of these great kids’ backpacks. Not only are they cute but they’re also functional for lugging lunches, water bottles and library books. But the right backpack has to do more than carry all your
In a recent Current Biology journal study, researchers elucidate the neuro-metabolic mechanisms responsible for cognitive fatigue that occurs following extended and intense working hours. Study: A neuro-metabolic account of why daylong cognitive work alters the control of economic decisions. Image Credit: Ilya Lukichev / Shutterstock.com Background Related Stories Cognitive function describes the ability to perform objective
Thought LeadersDr. Linda KahnAssistant Professor, Environmental PediatricsNew York University Grossman School of Medicine With PFAS being commonly found in households worldwide, what are the health and economic impacts of these forever chemicals? In this interview, we speak to Dr. Linda Kahn to find out more! Please could you introduce yourself and tell us what inspired
Do pediatric kidney transplant patients have better long-term outcomes when their kidney comes from living, biologically unrelated donors compared to deceased donors? A new UC Davis Health study finds that they do. The study reviewed data from the Organ Procurement & Transplantation Network database from Jan. 1, 2001 to Sept. 30, 2021. Researchers compared the
AMAZING HACKS TO RELAX AND UNWIND Today, we brought you a lot of cool ideas of very satisfying and relaxing activities. You can do them together with your kid and have a lot of family fun together! Kids love kinetic sand. Check out what to do with it and how to play with kinetic sand.
RUDN doctors have discovered genetic and viral causes of a frequent ENT disease in children – adenoid hypertrophy. The results are published in Life. Adenoid hypertrophy (AH), or their overgrowth, is one of the most common ENT diseases in children. Consequences range from snoring and frequent runny nose to respiratory arrest in a dream. However,
It’s that time of year again — back to school! Whether your kids take the bus to school, walk, ride their bikes, or you drive them, the most important thing is that they get to school safely. In this video, Dr. Jamie Kondis reviews some important back to school safety tips. Watch to learn how
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Would you like to create various artifacts, kitchen tools, and decorations for your whole house? We will teach you how to mold clay, design, and build multiple things from scratch. Use your favorite colors and adapt these ideas to your house’s different sizes and decoration styles. You will learn to mold and design using various
I was 17 years old when I made my first visit to a fraternity house. I’ll never forget the feeling of my flip flops sticking to remnants of spilled food as I ascended the staircase, and the unique odor of what I assumed to be a combination of sweat, vomit and feet. Little did I
The respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is responsible for a third of pneumonia cases around the world and is the second leading cause of infant deaths. RSV also affects older people above the age of 60 years, causing both illness and death on a scale similar to that of influenza in this patient population. Over 99%
Tears, tantrums, and distress – when it comes to needles, many children struggle with anxiety. But with vaccinations becoming more regular, finding ways to help reduce needle-related fear and pain is high on the agenda. Now, new research from the University of South Australia shows that children’s vaccination and needle fear can be lessened when
The emergency room can be an overwhelming and intimidating place, especially for kids. However, it’s essential for both parents and their kids to keep calm. Dr. Jamie Kondis offers her advice for how parents can provide comfort to kids in addition to encouraging parents to use the resource of child life specialists. Subscribe to our
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Hilary Duff‘s youngest daughter, Mae James Bair, 16 months, is sick with hand, foot and mouth disease. The “How I Met Your Father” actress recently took to her Instagram stories with a heartfelt post that parents everywhere can relate to. [embedded content] [embedded content] The mom of three, who shares daughters Mae and Banks Violet
Stopping children undergoing chemotherapy from feeling pain and other debilitating side-effects is the focus of research underway at The University of Queensland. Dr Hana Starobova from UQ’s Institute for Molecular Bioscience has been awarded a Fellowship Grant from the Children’s Hospital Foundation to continue her research to relieve children from the side-effects of cancer treatments.