Well-child visits: Why they matter
Why see a paediatrician if your child’s not sick? From checking to see if your baby is meeting developmental milestones to detecting unnoticed health conditions, regular wellness checks are important.
3 Common Mistakes Parents (of Young Children) are Making
It is common to see 2 to 3 year-olds being regular bottle users, and being put to sleep with a bottle of milk at bedtime. Most parents are unaware that such prolonged bottle feeding is bad for their toddlers, as it can lead to an aggressive form of tooth decay and poorly aligned teeth.
Lung Nodule: Can it be Lung Cancer?
A Lung nodule refers to a "white spot," or “lump” in your lung that is 3 centimetres or smaller in diameter. Similar to how women (or even men) can develop lumps in their breasts, a lump or several lumps can also appear in their lungs.
What Does Your Urine Dipstick Results Mean?
Excretion of urine generally regulates your body’s balance of water and often helps your body get rid of substances that are produced during metabolic processes and are no longer needed by the body.
What Does Each Part of the Dipstick Test Mean?
What Does Each Part of the Urine Dipstick Test Tell You About Your Body