Health Line – Rebecca Joy Stanborough
Adolescence sparks so many physical, mental, and emotional changes that you might wonder whether ADHD also changes during your teen years. The answer is yes… and no. ADHD doesn’t disappear when people enter adolescence. Some symptoms might settle down, but others might flare up. If your symptoms change and new challenges emerge, it’s important to know what to do about them, whether you’re a young adult with ADHD or the parent of one.
Read More: https://www.healthline.com/health/adhd/adhd-in-teens
Moms – Larissa Marulli
It’s that time of year where everything starts to bloom and we emerge from a dark winter only to be reminded of hay fever and seasonal allergies. Children can suffer from seasonal allergies and they need relief from their symptoms just as much as adults. Symptoms from hay fever are similar to the common cold but you should be able to rule out a cold based on the frequency and a lack of fever. Allergy symptoms will last for weeks as opposed to a few days.
Read More: https://www.moms.com/helping-your-child-find-relief-seasonal-allergies/
Medical X-Press – Neil Schoenherr
The presence and strength of state physical education (P.E.) laws positively affected P.E. attendance and the frequency and duration of physical activity throughout the day, suggests a new analysis from the Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis.
Read More: https://medicalxpress.com/news/2021-03-state-laws-bolster-physical-children.html
Medical X-Press – Staff Writer
One of the biggest longitudinal research studies of its kind in the world led by The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) and the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) suggests that positive outcomes for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) are more common than previously thought.
Read More: https://medicalxpress.com/news/2021-03-majority-children-autism.html
Moms – Larissa Marulli
It’s common knowledge that water is essential to all living things and children are no exception. All kids need to drink enough water to nourish their bodies and grow up healthy. It’s likely your kids are drinking plenty of soda, milk, or juice but those beverages don’t count towards their daily water intake. All of those drinks contain sugar and sugar dehydrates the body. Water and pure water alone count toward your child’s hydration level.
Read More: https://www.moms.com/reasons-kids-drink-water/