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Probiotics for baby’s health

The prebiotics, which are those substances present in food that stimulate the growth of specific species of bacteria from the microbiome in the gut. In recent years, there has been a growing number of scientific studies studying the...

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Chickenpox

Children, as well as adults, are infected through contact with the virus through the respiratory tract, although it can also occur through contact with vesicular lesions (small blisters) that occur on the skin of infected people. What is...

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Baby Care in Summer

During the summer season it is important that parents consider a series of care for their children that can prevent unwanted circumstances and at the same time, expand the comfort, care and enjoyment of all those moments spent with their...

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Gastroesophageal Reflux Infants

Gastroesophageal reflux is the passage of gastric contents upstream of the esophagus, which can appear episodically and physiologically in infants. What is gastroesophageal reflux? Gastroesophageal reflux is the passage of gastric...

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Constipatión in babies

Constipation has been defined as the decrease in the number of bowel movements that the child performs, the alteration of its consistency... What is constipation? Constipation has been defined as the decrease in the number of stools made...

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Childhood Obesity: Prevention

Obesity is a chronic disease, with a multifactorial component that causes an increase in energy intake and decreased energy expenditure. Definition Obesity is defined as excess body fat. It is a chronic disease, with a multifactorial...

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Common diseases in the first months of life: otitis

Otitis is defined as an inflammation, acute or recurrent, of the ear.otitis is defined as an inflammation, acute or recurrent, of the ear. What is otitis? Otitis is defined as an inflammation, acute or recurrent, of the ear. Depending on...

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Gastroenteritis in children: symptoms and treatment

The diagnosis of gastroenteritis is usually made by the pediatrician through the clinical questioning of the parents. What it is? Acute gastroenteritis or GEA is an affectation of the gastrointestinal tract in which an inflammation of the...

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