Moms – Erin Garcia
The large study analyzed data from almost 600 pediatric COVID-19 patients from 21 different European countries. The studies main aim was to capture key data in children and adolescents with severe acute respiratory syndrome of COVID-19. The researchers explored factors that associated with the need for intensive care unit admission and initiation of drug treatment for COVID-19.
Moms – Lilee Williams
As moms, we all want our children to be healthy, and that isn’t just about their physical bodies being well. Health is also about our mental well-being, and that means that parents have to be aware of the mental disorders that could be impacting kids and how to combat them.
Medical X-Press – Staff Writer
Young children with narrow retinal artery diameters were more likely to develop higher blood pressure, and children with higher blood pressure levels were more likely to develop retinal microvascular impairment during early childhood, according to a new study published today in Hypertension, an American Heart Association journal. This is the first study to show this connection in children.
Medical X-Press – Sherry Landow
Parents of young toddlers with challenging behaviors have found support through a new early-intervention program aimed at children aged 12-24 months, a study has shown. The unique program focuses on not only addressing the child‘s behavioral problems, but also enriching the relationship between the parent and the child. It was developed by researchers at UNSW Sydney and the early parenting organization, Karitane.
Moms – Simon Books
Summer is a great time to make lasting memories and grow closer to each other. Yet, summer is also a time when kids need activity ideas and guidance from their parents. Parents are tasked with the duty of ensuring they have a wide selection of things their kids will enjoy doing.