The purpose of this research paper is to describe the relationship between shaken baby syndrome and the pathology of death. The energy associated with the acceleration events recorded during shaking can increase the motion of [...]
Although such influential health organizations as Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the World Health Organization, and the American Academy of Pediatrics emphasize that breastfeeding is the optimal choice for the infant nutrition, there is [...]
The disorder has an adverse effect to the brain and communication of the affected person becomes a problem. The results of the incidence estimates do not reflect the exact value because they ignore the longevity [...]
Developed in 1967, the program has an aim of identifying the handicapped problems for the children of the United States of America.
Most of the body systems of preterm born infants are not well-developed, which serve as the cause of problems in the functioning of the organism.
Despite the efforts of the U.S.government to ensure a thorough health care coverage for all children who are residents of the country, there remains a number of children who are uninsured and have no access [...]
Subramaniam and Girish introduce the article where they discuss the peculiarities of iron deficiency anemia in children and the promotion of different measures that can be used to decrease the level of problems and offer [...]
The questions will include: What is the age of the child? Is the child taking any supplements that can change the color of the stool?
Adhesive tapes were placed around the wrist by the experimenter to analyze motor skill development. Infants refused to walk during the first and second weeks of trials.
Moreover, while the specific causes are not yet well understood, certain steps can be taken by soon-to-be parents to increase the chances of a healthy child. Single-gene defects, on the other hand, are inherited from [...]
This paper incorporates the aforementioned factors to discuss the normative development of a baby by examining the typical changes that are believed to alter the early experiences of a child.
Most of these studies focused on the incidences of SIDS, factors that are responsible for the condition, and the possible measures that could be put in place to reduce the incidence of the condition.
In this paper, there has also been describing of the causes, treatment, and outcomes of PPHN condition and the role of the respiratory therapist in dealing with this condition.