One in every 33 infants born in the USA will be born with some sort of birth defect. This article explains some of the most common disabilities seen in infants and how to recognize their symptoms.
Asperger’s syndrome comes under the umbrella of Autism Spectrum Disorder. Children with the disorder struggle in social situations, however, it’s important to realise that children with Asperger’s become highly functioning adults, whose unique way of seeing the world comes with its own strengths.
Gifts and toys should be unique and match a child's interests. Every child is different, but many children with autism share similar characteristics.
Babies who experience cranial deformities may benefit from wearing helmets. While some professionals disagree, a vast majority agree that helmets can correct flat heads if prescribed at an early age.
Free autism apps for your iPhone, iPad, or iPod can help you and your child gain the focus and communication that will enhance their growth in a variety of social and academic areas.
Pediatric bronchiolitis is a common yet potentially serious medical condition. This article discusses incidence, causes and treatment.
Infant mortality (infant death prior to age one) is a problem throughout the world. Causes of infant mortality, including birth defects, are explained. Ways to have a healthy pregnancy and prevent infant mortality are also covered.