02 Dec2022December 6, 2022
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8 Ways to Strengthen Executive Functions in Children with Autism

8 Ways to Strengthen Executive Functions in Children with Autism

Each person need executive functioning at a fundamental level in order to attain goals, block out distractions, organize work, and restrain impulses. Executive functioning issues will affect a person’s capacity to complete daily duties successfully. Executive function plays a role in almost everything we do. According to certain studies, executive functioning dysfunction may affect more...

12 Sep2022September 12, 2022
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Cerebral palsy- genetic, congenital, or acquired? Explained

The cerebral palsy spectrum of disorders affects posture, muscle tone, and movement. The abnormal brain growth or damage that causes CP can occur before birth, during labor and delivery, in under a month of birth or during a child’s first few years of life while the child is young. Generally speaking, cerebral palsy results in...

28 Aug2022September 7, 2022
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Brain Foods for Kids because Food matters

Brain Foods for Kids because Food matters

You want to make sure your kids eat healthily if you have kids or are in charge of raising them so they can spend as healthful of lives as possible. All wellness areas depend on proper nutrition, including the brain’s growth and operation. In fact, by the age they are two years old, a child’s...

13 Aug2022August 13, 2022
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Know About Autism & Genes

Know About Autism & Genes

Most of the risk for Autism is passed down through the family tree. More than 100 gene mutations have been linked to the disease. In addition to detecting mutations and structural changes that may contribute to Autism, four different types of tests are available. The tests for Autism have gotten increasingly accurate as researchers have...

13 Aug2022August 13, 2022
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CEREBRAL PALSY- GENETIC, CONGENITAL, OR ACQUIRED? EXPLAINED

CEREBRAL PALSY- GENETIC, CONGENITAL, OR ACQUIRED? EXPLAINED

Several diseases affect the neurogenic and motor functions of an individual. Out of these, cerebral palsy is considered the most dangerous and life-threatening one. It is a medical condition where the person loses complete control of motor activities due to neural damage in the cerebrum and cerebellum. It mainly happens in children when the impact...

23 May2022June 18, 2022
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Dos and Don’ts for parents having kids with epilepsy

Dos and Don’ts for parents having kids with epilepsy

Every parent loves and adores their kids from the bottom of their heart. But what if their kids have a complaint of epilepsy? Then the peace goes away from their life. There is always fear in the heart and mind about what will happen if they are not present in that situation with their child....

02 Apr2022May 31, 2022
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Migraine in Children

Migraine in Children

A migraine is a mild to severe headache that typically lasts between two and forty-eight hours. It generally happens two to four times each month. Also, a migraine is sometimes known as an acute recurring headache. Furthermore, the fact is that it affects around 3% of preschool children and 4%–11% of elementary school children. Also,...

17 Mar2022April 9, 2022
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Neurocysticercosis: An Overview

Neurocysticercosis: An Overview

Neurocysticercosis or NCC is mainly a disorder of the brain and its layers caused by the larval phase of “tapeworm Taenia sodium.” It is also a widespread helminthic infestation in the main nervous system. Also, it is a prominent reason for developing epilepsy around the world. Hence, NCC generates neurological disorders that differ from an...

14 Jan2022February 8, 2022
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Management and Treatment of Paediatric Febrile Seizures 

Management and Treatment of Paediatric Febrile Seizures 

Febrile seizures are usually associated with mild and extreme fevers in children. Febrile seizures occur with a fever in the absence of intracranial infection. Children suffer from febrile seizures generally as a form of convulsion in the absence of hypoglycaemia or an acute electrolyte imbalance. Most children of the age between six months and six...