Babies need a lot of sleep. Infant sleep occurs during most hours of the day in short segments. As they age, babies and toddlers sleep for more extended periods, with more time sleeping during […]
Scabies is an infection of the skin caused by a microscopic species of parasitic mite. The human itch mite, or Sarcoptes scabiei var. hominis, is spread by direct, extended contact with someone who has […]
- Numbers of positive cases have increased in the United States. Please click over to the CDC website for more information. Keep away […]
What is eczema?
Eczema, or atopic dermatitis (AD), is a noncontagious skin condition that causes itchy, red, and dry skin. Children with atopic dermatitis go through periods of flare-ups followed by […]
Cases of anxiety seem to be on the rise in the United States. Many of us are self-diagnosing ourselves with anxiety disorders. However, merely feeling occasionally anxious does not necessarily constitute a disorder.
Iodine is a vital nutrient responsible for metabolism, hormone regulation, and brain and heart health. We need iodine to help us to create thyroid hormones and regulate our growth. The US does not have […]
A penile adhesion occurs when the skin of the penis sticks to the penis head or’ glans.’ An adhesion can occur in anyone with a penis. For example, it can develop after a newborn circumcision […]
Firstly, fevers usually go away within three days and are a good indication of a healthy immune response to a possible infection. If your kid has a fever, it means their immune system is active, […]