How many interesting talks come out of school about viruses and common diseases of our children! Some already known and others absolutely unexpected. A mother told me about her horrible experience when her three-year-old son, due to a fever from a common cold, suffered seizures.
Do boys have different fears than girls? Silvia Alava, Doctor in Child Psychology, explains to us what resources children have, according to their sex, to face their fears. And he also tells us, in this video, how the fears of boys and girls differ. You can read more articles similar to Differences in the fears of boys and girls, in the Fears category in Children's Guide.
Postpartum is a stage where body changes happen very quickly. The body needs a few weeks of rest to recover from the effort that labor implies and to adapt to the changes produced by the birth of the baby. Postpartum: how long does the body need to recover?
On March 4, the International Day of Human Papilloma Virus is celebrated, with the aim of raising awareness among the population about the importance of its prevention. Although it may surprise us, it is estimated that 80% of women have been in contact with this sexually transmitted virus at some point.
Vaccines are the medical treatment that has the most beneficial impact on health, since they prevent diseases, reduce the costs of drug treatments and hospitalizations, and reduce serious cases of illness and death. For all these reasons, it is very important to vaccinate your child at the indicated age for each vaccine and administer the corresponding boosters.
The period of the first three months of pregnancy is critical in the formation of your baby. Any aggression could cause an important structural alteration and serious consequences, that is why doctors try to do the minimum essential treatments in that period, including vaccines.