Using Compounding Services to Access Medicines for Children With Sensory Issues

Many children with severe sensory processing issues can gag if they are given medicines that are the wrong texture or flavour. This can particularly be an issue when the medicine is very important to the child's overall health as the parents often become stressed when the child will not take the medicine, which in turn can make the child more stressed and reluctant to take the medicine. Here are some ways that a compounding service can help you to get the right medicine for your child. [Read More]

4 Steps You Need to Take to Prevent a Child with Chicken Pox from Scratching

Chicken pox, known medically as varicella, is a virus that often affects people during their childhood years. It's actually good to catch it early since having chicken pox in later life can be more serious, but the fact that the virus produces itchy blisters across the body can make it very hard for children not to start scratching all over. Scratching the blisters caused by chicken pox should be avoided since it can cause scars. [Read More]

Bigger Is Better: How Palatal Expanders Can Help Your Children Grow Up With Healthy Smiles

Losing their original baby teeth to have them replaced with fully formed, adult teeth is a integral part of any child's physical development -- unfortunately, some children don't undergo a process this simple. The adult teeth that replace your child's departing baby teeth are much larger than the originals, and your child may find that their relatively small and underdeveloped jaw simply does not have room for the amount of adult teeth that have started to erupt. [Read More]

First Aid Tips: How To React When You Get Bitten By A Recluse Spider

Spiders don't normally look like dangerous insects and so unless you are disturbed by their presence, it is easy to ignore them. And even when they do bite, most spiders rarely harm the human body. This is true except for recluse spiders, which are also known as brown or violin spiders. The bite of a recluse spider is poisonous, and its effect can last for hours if you don't take care of the problem. [Read More]