Now that you are pregnant, you do not just have to keep yourself healthy; you also are responsible for your unborn child's health. If you take good care of your body, you are more likely to have a comfortable pregnancy and give birth to a healthy baby. Here are five ways to stay healthy during pregnancy: Watch What You Eat Even though you are technically eating for two, you can't just eat all the pizza and ice cream you want.
- If you spend time in the outdoors, then it is important for you to know which insects' stings can cause severe allergic reactions. By knowing the difference between a normal reaction and that of an allergic reaction, you can act quickly to prevent a severe reaction from becoming fatal. The Stinging Insects that can Cause Anaphylactic Shock There are only five insects in North America that can cause a person to have a severe reaction and go into anaphylactic shock from their sting.
- When you notice an odd bump on your skin or an odd red or brown patch, you head to the dermatologist clinic to find out what is going on. While you likely expect to get told you have a simple skin irritation that can be treated with topical medications, you do not anticipate being told you have a rare form of skin cancer known as dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans (DFSP). However, now that you have found out that you have DFSP, your next thought is how to treat the condition.
- When taking your baby into the pediatrician for the first time since bringing them home from the hospital, you likely have a lot of questions. These questions are very important, and getting the answers to them can help you to be a more confident and a more informed parent to your newborn. This article will discuss 3 important questions to ask your infant's pediatrician at your first visit. How Often Should I Be Feeding Them At Night?
- When your child is first born, you count ten fingers and ten toes and assume that everything must be okay and your child is perfectly normal. However, as a parent of a newborn, there are many different types of health issues that can show up later on down the road, one of which is pediatric cataracts. Even though not as common in babies as they are in adults, cataracts can easily affect children just the same.