Category Archives: Family

A Woman of Prayer

‍HAPPY INTERCESSOR’S DAY: FOR WOMEN WHOSE KNEES SPEAK VOLUMES ‍A woman of prayer, makes the desert bloom! ‍A woman of prayer, sees storms as opportunities! ‍A woman of prayer, doesn’t give up, she insists! ‍A woman of prayer, does not speak, she acts! ‍A woman of prayer, turns a curse into a blessing! ‍A woman…

Maintain Your Spouse to Sustain Your Kids

For the married and those in the queue……An aged father asked his grown up daughter a simple question: “What is the most important thing in your life, beti? She replied, “Daddy, it is the kids !!! They mean everything to me”.. He then turned and asked his son-in-law the same question, he also (beaming with…

Warts in Kids

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Nearly fifty percent of children acquire warts at some time or the other. Warts, in the real sense, are benign tumors that develop when keratinocytes, a kind of skin cell, are infected by the wart virus. There are many types of warts, the most common being rough bumps that appear on fingers and hands. Others…

Urinary Tract Infection in Children

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Urinary tract infection makes urinating painful. The infected children think twice before going to the bathroom and they always get a feeling to go to the bathroom. The urine also smells bad because of the infection. Bacteria are responsible for infecting the urinary tract. The urinary tract consists of certain parts such as two kidneys,…

Tonsils and Tonsillitis in Children

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Tonsils are two tissue balls located at the back of the throat. They play a vital role and are an important part of the body’s infection-fighting mechanism by helping to fight germs and diseases. Tonsils deal with germs before they reach the mouth, throat, or sinuses. When these infection fighters are infected by viruses or…

Swimmer’s Ear in Children

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Swimmer’s ear is a bacterial growth infection inside the canal of the ear. It is also known as Otitis Externa. It differs a lot from ear infections which are dealt with on a regular basis and are contracted at times when the child catches a cold. The common ear infection is known as Otitis Media,…

Stomach Flu in Children

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Stomach flu or gastroenteritis is a kind of infection in the digestive system, especially the stomach and intestines. Causes for this condition are parasites, bacteria, or virus infections spread through contaminated food and fluids. It can also be caused by certain toxins present in some plants & seafood, usage of powerful laxatives in order to…

Poison Ivy and Children

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Summer camps and family hiking sessions can sometimes result in children getting itchy rashes. To be blamed are plants such as poison ivy, poison sumac, and poison oak. All of them produce the same substance or oil, called urushiol, which causes rashes. Urushiol is colorless and even odorless and is present within the leaves. Poison…

Pneumonia in Children

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Pneumonia is the infection of either one lung or both. When both the lungs get infected it is known as double pneumonia. When the pneumonia is mild enough that the visit to the doctor can be avoided and the child can carry out daily activities normally, it is known as walking pneumonia. The lungs are…

Pinworms in Children

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Pinworms develop as a result of an unhygienic habit of not washing hands before having food. They are small worms that resemble small thread pieces and cause itching in the anus area. Pinworms infect humans only and reside in the intestines. Every school-going kid encounters this problem at one time or the other. They can…

Pains during Growth in Children

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Growing pain is part and parcel of the growing phase in a child’s life. When the child stops growing so will the growing pain and when adolescence is reached, they disappear completely. Growing pain can occur between three to five years or eight to twelve years of age. Growing pains are usually experienced in the…

Motion Sickness in Children

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Children usually feel sick in the stomach when traveling in a car, airplane, boat or train. This sickness is known as motion sickness. This sickness is caused by the reception of wrong signals by the eyes, muscles, skin receptors, and inner ears. While traveling, different body parts send different signals to the brain. The eyes…