Take care of your child! They are your future...

Besides the WHO’s work on child health, many other sectors also started working on the child health development to support the nurturing care and early development of a child. A healthy child can reach to the every corners of the potential by the age and maturity, whereas it will be difficult for others to reach that same pinch. Most importantly the childhood development decides the future of a kid, i.e. its adult hood characters and behavior. There are number of infectious diseases, which are common among children and some of them have high mortality rate. Diseases; like diarrhea, acute respiratory infections (ARI) Measles, pertussis (whooping cough), diphtheria, polio, tetanus and tuberculosis have high mortality rate and infections. Some of the important steps can safe your child from many serious infections: ·          Start the day with a healthy breakfast ·          Let the kid plan his/ her own meal once in a week ·          Eat together as a family as often as possible

Pediatric infection during covid-19: Pediatrics Conference 2020

Pediatric infections are most often become a serious issue if it has not been well cared. While discussing about pediatrics with covid-19, we might say it is quite difficult to figure out the causes and infections in the infants and children’s as they are always open to many infections, allergic diseases. According to many peer reviewed reports, it has been seen that the percentage of child infection in covid-19 has been less and most importantly the symptoms were mild. So as to figure out the exact cause behind this hidden truth scientists have come up to review the detailed data and information provide by many clinical researches and reputed organizations in the world. Sometimes we get a valuable data and live interaction with various professionals from all over the world instead of any publication or journal investigation report. Some of the best ways to connect with world’s best and top university professors and researchers is participating in a conference, webinar or virtual mee

What's new in pediatrics? Stay Updated

What if a child suffers from behavioral disorders from its childhood? Is that a nutritional disorder, or mental disorder or a genetic disorder?   Most probably parents are the important care takers of their children’s mental and physical health. According to many researches, nutrition is the main discipline by which most of the Infants and children’s gets affected. So, here again we can say that education can spread a positive and practical experience to all the care takers out there to understand the particular requirement of an infant during its growth period i.e. from early period to 18 years. Some major countries in Asia and Europe have reported higher death poll in maternal and newborn death due to this COVID-19 pandemic. More than hundreds and thousands of newborn death are occurring because of the hospitality and proper care that has been badly affected by the ongoing pandemic. The only effective way is to make awareness and to conduct online symposium and workshops to s

2nd International Pediatrics, Infectious Diseases and Healthcare Conference

  2 nd  International Pediatrics, Infectious Diseases and Healthcare Conference October 26-27, 2020  Webinar About With the co-ordination of our honorable editorial board committee and congress organizing committee, we are privileged to welcome Pediatricians, neonatologists, infectious disease specialists, pulmonologist, microbiologist, Nutritionist, Child care specialists, Doctors, Nurses, pharmacologists, physicians, Healthcare specialists, students, Young research fellows, students, Professors, academicians etc. to our upcoming virtual conference  “2nd International Pediatrics, Infectious Diseases and Healthcare Conference” , scheduled on October 26-27, 2020 (Dubai Time Zone). Webinar Objectives: Nanotechnology in Pediatric Infectious Diseases Pediatric Pharmacology Perinatal HIV and Breast Feeding Pediatric Healthcare and Nutrition Onco-pedic Effects and Approaches Challenging Tropical Diseases in Children Pediatric Metabolic Disorder- Recent Epidemics Recent Advances in Pediatric