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What causes vomiting in babies/kids? NEONATES AND YOUNG INFANTS: Gastroesophageal reflux disease: Seen in minority of kids. Most kids are “happy spitters”; they effortless regurgitate mild amounts of milk. In actually GERD, infants tend to have recurrent fussiness or irritability … Continue reading
I have a lot of patients who come to the office complaining of their children having vomiting or diarrhea, or both. These stomach issues are enough to make anyone miserable, but getting to the point of dehydration is even worse. … Continue reading
Caffeinated coffee and tea are the most consumed, socially-acceptable stimulants in the world. Caffeine consumption has multiple effects Alertness — Caffeine consumption leads to increased alertness, energy, and ability to concentrate, particularly when you are fatigued or working at night. Headache … Continue reading
Denmark just taxed fatty foods, like butter, cheese, and pork fat. The idea is to make these food items less appealing for purchase. Eventually, they hope this will help decrease obesity and obesity-related conditions. Read on…. http://news.yahoo.com/beating-butter-denmark-imposes-worlds-first-fat-tax-075500822.html
Vitamins and minerals are essential to any diet. If you eat a diet rich in fruits, vegetables, and fortified food, you’re probably getting all you need and don’t need supplements unless a physician advises otherwise. Beta-carotene: Found in carrots, … Continue reading