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.
We spoke with Dr Olga Kapellou, a highly experienced paediatrician and neonatologist, to discuss her practice and the type of care she offers. In this article, we discuss some of the common problems that can arise in newborns, the conditions she treats, and how she helps parents support their child's development.
Undergoing facial surgery requires considerable thought and even more so when it involves children having the procedure. Top paediatric otolaryngology, cleft lip and palate surgeon, Miss Louisa Ferguson has put together an informative introduction to the topic for parents and guardian wanting to know more.
Headaches can affect children in many ways, causing a huge disruption to the child's daily routine and overall wellbeing. Dr Basheer Peer-Mohamed, walks us through some of the most common causes of headaches in children, how to treat them and when you should consider taking your child to a doctor.
It is important that your children's vaccines are given on time to protect your child from certain diseases such as Hepatitis B and measles amongst many more. We spoke to one of our expert paediatricians Dr Martin Gray all about vaccinations and why it's necessary to keep your little one up to date with them.
If your child is wheezing, finding it difficult to breathe and has a mild fever, it could be a case of bronchiolitis. We spoke to one of our leading paediatricians Dr Pramod Nair about the respiratory virus, including whether it is a serious condition, how to recognise it and how it can be treated.
PoTS is a condition that usually affects children after the onset of puberty, causing them to experience a drastically increased heart rate and dizziness when in an upright position. These symptoms can limit your child’s ability to perform regular day-to-day activities and impair their overall quality of life. Dr Pramod Nair, a highly experienced paediatrician, explains more about it and how you can treat it.