May 30, 2023
Research shows that bad eating habits developed during infancy can lead to obesity or malnutrition, and some may continue into adulthood, increasing the risk of adult obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and other health problems.
Mar 30, 2023
Flu medications fall into two broad categories: anti-flu virus drugs and symptomatic treatment drugs.
Mar 3, 2023
Influenza is commonly known as the flu, and is well known to the public for its high incidence and fast and wide transmission.
Jan 9, 2023
Food ingredients are often overlooked by parents out of simple habit, mistakenly thinking that children can eat whatever adults eat as long as it's not expired. Understanding food composition tables, therefore, is of great importance to the physical development of babies.
Nov 29, 2022
What should parents do when their children are burned by boiling water, steam, hot oil or open flames?
Sep 14, 2022
Tooth decay, also known as dental caries, is a kind of progressive damage to the hard tissue of teeth caused by a combination of factors in the oral cavity. It is the most common dental disease in daily life.
Aug 4, 2022
August 1-7, 2022 is the 31st World Breastfeeding Week. The event aims to mobilize medical institutions and all sectors of society that support breastfeeding to carry out breastfeeding publicity and education activities, highlighting the importance of health education and social support in protecting, promoting and supporting breastfeeding.
Jul 20, 2022
MRI, short for magnetic resonance imaging, is a common clinical imaging method. When the human body is placed in a magnetic field during an examination, an MRI uses the difference in hydrogen proton content in the human body for imaging.
Jun 8, 2022
The CQHCWC in Southwest China's Chongqing recently held a variety of nutrition science education activities to mark the eighth National Nutrition Week, which fell on May 15-21 this year.
Apr 6, 2022
Febrile seizure is a common pediatric emergency. Out of every 100 children, five may have a febrile seizure triggered by a fever, and about one-third of those who experience one may have second or even third convulsions, causing significant concern among parents.