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Neonatology & Paediatrics

Nearly 23.7% of children under the age of 3 years in India visit a healthcare provider for skin conditions. There are some common skin rashes in children that parents should look out for. Read here to know about some common skin conditions and rashes in children.

A baby’s skin is considered the standard for softness and natural texture. You may see cosmetic products, mostly moisturisers and lotions, being advertised with the analogy that they make your skin as soft and natural as a baby’s. However, infants and small children are not exempt from skin conditions. Nearly 23.7% of children under the

Rickets can be inherited or be caused due to diet and lifestyle. The latter is called nutritional rickets. In some cases, Vitamin D and calcium deficiency can also increase the risk of developing rickets. Read more.

Rickets is a bone disorder that can be traced as far back as the 17th century. During this time it rose to infamy as “the English disease” due to its outbreak in 17th century England.  Until the 1920s not much was known about the disorder or what causes rickets. With time, further research highlighted the

Growth and development milestones are basic physical and physiological checkpoints that a chid acquires as they grow. These milestones can be regarded as basic life skills that help a baby progress. 

Parents are the biggest cheerleaders for children through the circle of life. Every achievement by a child is a matter of pride, whether it is a small step of potty training or graduating from a top college. The development milestones for baby are curiously tracked soon after their birth.  The first year of a child’s

Around 15-20% of physically disabled children live with cerebral palsy. Despite the high numbers, there is a lack of awareness about this condition among parents. In this article, Dr Ratnav Ratan shades some lights on Cerebral Palsy and its treatment options.

Nearly 3.8% of the Indian population is affected by some form of disability. Out of these, around 15-20% of physically disabled children live with cerebral palsy. Despite the high numbers, there is a lack of awareness about this condition among parents. In this article, Dr Ratnav Ratan – best paediatric orthopaedic surgeon at the CK

 
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