Moms – Ashley Wehrli
It is that time of year again, where colds are going to come and go through everyone’s house. This is especially true if your child is in school and is mixing with other students. The weather is changing and that can cause a lot of sinus problems. A congested child is not a happy child and it can cause them a lot of discomfort and misery. In a world where COVID-19 is still running rampant, mom may be a little reluctant to pack up her child and take them to the doctor and may need remedies to treat it at home.
Read More At: https://www.moms.com/ways-temporarily-relieve-child-congestion/
The Huffington Post – Catherine Pearson
Parents know they are not going to get much sleep when they have a new (or, yes, even new-ish) baby at home. In fact, research suggests parents don’t sleep all that well for the first six years of their children’s lives.
Read More At: https://www.huffpost.com/entry/restless-sleep-disorder-children_l_5f6cabfac5b674713cc8a139
Medical X-Press – E.J. Mundell
Combined data from 32 studies from around the world suggest that children under the age of 10 are much less likely to become infected with SARS-CoV-2 compared with adults, given the same daily contacts. Children’s risk appears to rise with age: Among adolescent and older teenagers, the risk of infection begins to approach that of adults, according to British researchers led by Russell Viner, of the Institute of Child Health at University College London.
Read More At: https://medicalxpress.com/news/2020-09-kids-prone-coronavirus-infection-adults.html
Moms – Ashley Wehrli
There has never been a doubt that the COVID-19 pandemic has been hard on a lot of people. The worry about getting sick, the quarantine and the absence of friends and family have been hard on everyone. However, it may have hit children and families the hardest. Children were pulled out of school and asked to adapt to virtual learning. They were told they could not see their friends or grandparents and they couldn’t even go to the playground to burn off some steam.
Read More At: https://www.moms.com/kids-struggle-mental-health-issues/
Romper – Ashley Jones
After a long six months at home, my kids are ridiculously ready to celebrate Halloween this year. They’ve got their costumes picked out and their routes mapped. But, before I let them hit the pavement in search of sugary snacks, I have some questions about trick-or-treating this year. Thanks to COVID-19, I bet I’m not the only one wondering if trick-or-treating is even safe in 2020.
Read More At: https://www.romper.com/p/trick-treating-this-year-may-look-different-but-experts-have-answers-to-your-questions-34580570