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Sudden Infant Death Syndrome

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Definition Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, or SIDS, is the unexpected death of an infant that is less than 1 year old and usually whose cause of death is not obvious before it is investigated (CDC, 2017). Epidemiology (Age Groups) ...

ADHD Management

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Introduction Ritalin is a stimulant medicine and since the children who have ADHD are already stimulated it becomes difficult to understand the effectiveness of this medicine in calming down the children. The drug works faster, a...

The Media and Sexuality

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Children and Sexuality As a parent, it is important to control what children consume from the media. The media continues to expose young people to content that may be harmful to their development. An important concern is the over...

Palliative Care Teams

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Introduction Everybody would want to leave for long in good health condition. Various researches show that there is a large population living under advanced illness which brings threat to end of their lives (Ajayi & Edmonds, ...

Genetics, Environmental, Prenatal, Birth and Newborn Development

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Questions (Part 1) Q1. Chromosomes are essential components in the genetic composition of an organism, and so are they in the determination of human sex. In general, a newborn has a set of 46 chromosomes, half of which are inheri...

Aquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome

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Factors Increasing HIV Transmission From Mother to Infant Several factors lead to an increased risk in the transmission of HIV from the mother to the child. The transmission occurs during pregnancy, during the breastfeeding perio...

Children Health Issues Linked to the Environment

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Introduction Foremost, research shows that there are connections between the environment and health issues in a child.  Children are affected by the environment in a different way compared to adults. This is because the body of ...

School Age Child Abuse

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School Age and the Types of Abuse That Are Most Often Seen in This Age School-Age is an important part of the formative life-stage of the child. For the school-age staff each child is part of the different audience and it is not ...