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Baby and Child Health


Baby and Child Health Zone

The initial months of the parent and child relationship are extremely important. Child care and education is an important role in the basis for good education, morality, self-discipline and social integration.
  • Child Growth Stages
  • Early sign and disorder identification
  • Child Immunization
  • Child and Nutrition
  • Child diseases and conditions
  • Child Dentistry
  • Children's fitness
  • Health tips for children
  • Children and Safety Measures

Child Growth Stages
Parents guide to better understand child growth and development stages

Early sign and disorder identification
Parents should educated to learn early signs, identification and intervention of children with developmental delays and disorders.

Child Immunization
At birth, infants have protection against certain diseases because antibodies have passed through the placenta from the mother to the unborn child. After birth, breastfed babies get the continued benefits of additional antibodies in breast milk. But in both cases, the protection is only temporary

Immunization (vaccination) is a way of fortifying the immune system against certain diseases by using small amounts of a killed or weakened microorganism that causes the particular disease.

Child and Nutrition
Good nutrition and a balanced diet will help your child grow up healthy. Whether your kid is a toddler or a teen, you can take steps to improve nutrition and encourage smart eating habits







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