Oral health of babies
Although most babies do not have teeth before six months of age, oral care in childhood is important early on. Several dentists recommend an initial visit before the child's first birthday, to make sure the teeth and gum are well cared for and sanitized properly.
It is recommended to have the habit of cleaning your baby's gum soon after birth. While there may be a bit of shaking at first, your baby will get used to having his mouth sanitized. Many children end up liking it.
For some conditions during the first year of your baby, read on Colgate's website.
Intense pain in the joints, especially in the knees, hips and shoulders, accompanied by rigidity and difficulty of movement may be signs of osteoarthritis, better known such as arthrosis. Despite the difficulties that all these symptoms cause, of the 10 million Brazilians who suffer from the problem, only 42% of the patients know they have arthrosis and therefore have medical follow-up.
Study led by researchers at the Public Health Center in Valencia, Spain, and published in the International Journal of Biometeorology, states that vitamin D - which is mainly absorbed from the body. sun - plays an important role in protection against asthma in childhood. Research has shown that children living in damp and cold cities are at greater risk of developing respiratory problems because of poor sun exposure in these places.
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