In this article, Dr Rajiv Goonetilleke, an experienced general paediatrician, outlines the main issues relating to child growth and development, reveals what the main causes of growth problems in children tend to be, and points out some of the main growth disorders commonly suffered by children.
Leading consultant paediatrician Dr David Shortland explains the possible causes of enuresis, a loss of bladder control, in children in this informative article. The renowned specialist also offers advice for parents on when to seek out medical attention.
The early signs of diabetes are easy to miss but the condition's effects on the body can lead to serious complications if left untreated. In this article, leading consultant paediatrician Dr A R Moodambail gives vital insight into the symptoms parents should look out for in children. He also expertly explains how the condition affects the body in both type 1 and type 2 forms.
In our latest article, experienced paediatric orthopaedic surgeon, Mr Mark Latimer, explains the main causes of flat feet in children, whilst also detailing what bow legs and knock knees are.
Having a constantly crying baby can be extremely inconvenient, and in severe cases, can lead to health problems for the parents. We spoke to leading paediatrician Dr David Shortland about this condition and the steps parents can take to treat it.
Developmental delays in young infants can make it extremely challenging for them to regulate and deal with their emotions as they reach adulthood. In our latest article, highly esteemed paediatrician and neonatologist, Dr Olga Kapellou, explains how children can still reach their full potential despite suffering from a developmental delay, as well as also detailing how an infant developmental issue is typically diagnosed.
Newborn infants, especially within their first year of life, can be adversely affected by various common winter respiratory viruses, such as the common cold. In our latest article, highly experienced paediatric specialists, Dr Martin Gray and Dr Margarita Burmester share their expertise with regards to how parents can best protect their young infants from potentially dangerous winter respiratory viruses.