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  1. Repair of Choanal Atresia - Risks

    The main risk of surgery to repair choanal atresia is needing another surgery if the airway does not stay open. In general, children have a small risk of infection or bleeding. Any surgery involving general anesthesia carries a small amount of risk. Call the doctor if your child has bleeding, a fever of, pus coming from the nose, or you are unable to keep the stents clear so your child can ...

  2. Feeding Your Child Using Division of Responsibility - Topic Overview

    The division of responsibility is a way of feeding your child that takes the battle out of meal times. From birth until your child is between 6 months and 1 year old,you are responsible for what your child eats,and your child is responsible for how much and how often he or she eats. (Infants are fed on demand.) As your child starts eating solid foods,you become responsible for what,when,...

  3. Child Abuse and Neglect - Symptoms

    Abused or neglected children often show both physical and behavioral symptoms. Young children cannot talk about events. Older children may not talk about the problem because they fear or want to protect the offender, or they do not believe they will be taken seriously. Occasionally children report abuse to an adult they trust. These conversations should be taken seriously and acted upon.Some ...

  4. Postpartum: First 6 Weeks After Childbirth - Health and Nutrition

    It is easy to get too tired and overwhelmed during the first weeks after childbirth. Take it easy on yourself. Get rest whenever you can,accept help from others,and eat well and drink plenty of fluids. Getting rest Like pregnancy,the newborn period can be a time of excitement,joy,and exhaustion. You may look at your wondrous little baby and feel happy. You may also be overwhelmed by ...

  5. Bullying - Topic Overview

    What is bullying?Bullying is behavior that threatens or harms another person. Types of bullying include:Physical harm, such as hitting, shoving, or tripping.Psychological harm, such as taking money or belongings, making threats, name - calling, or leaving another child out of games or conversations (shunning). Children often are bullied about the way they talk or how they look. Making fun of a ...

  6. Repair of Choanal Atresia - How Well It Works

    Surgery cures the problem. Most children need only one operation, but in some cases, the procedure may be repeated if the nasal passages close again. ...

  7. Bottle-Feeding: Weaning a Toddler - Topic Overview

    Many of the tips for weaning babies from bottle-feeding can be used for toddlers (ages 1 to 2). Here are some suggestions unique to toddlers: Do not allow a toddler to carry the bottle around. Explain to your toddler that he or she can have milk only at mealtimes and snack times and in specific locations,such as in the kitchen. This makes drinking from the bottle less convenient and may also ...

  8. Postpartum: First 6 Weeks After Childbirth - Topic Overview

    What is postpartum? During the first weeks after giving birth,your body begins to heal and adjust to not being pregnant. This is called postpartum (or the postpartum period). Your body goes through many changes as you recover. These changes are different for every woman. The first weeks after childbirth also are a time to bond with your baby and set up a routine for caring for your baby. ...

  9. Healthy Eating for Children - Helping Your Child to Eat Well

    Setting the stage for pleasant mealtimesMake a point to eat as many meals together at home as possible. A regular mealtime gives you and your family a chance to talk and relax together. It also helps you and your child to have a positive relationship with food.Think of the family meal table as a conflict - free zone where you each come for positive time together. Save problem solving and difficult

  10. Healthy Habits for Kids - Topic Overview

    Habits are hard to break. That's why the sooner in life we build good,healthy habits,the easier it is to keep them and stay as healthy as possible. And when good habits are in place,it's easier to resist bad ones. Your child's habits start with you The most important thing to remember is that you are your child's role model. Your habits affect your children's habits. If your habits are ...

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