Every parent hopes for a happy and healthy child, but there are unfortunate circumstances that cannot be controlled and cystic fibrosis comes into this category. As an inherited disease, it can be difficult to come to terms with your baby's condition. This article is going to be your go-to guide for cystic fibrosis in babies.
May is Cystic Fibrosis Awareness Month. In this article, we’ll explain how cord blood stem cells may be used to treat cystic fibrosis and share some recent research findings.
A European research team lead by Prof. Michael Sieweke has just made an exciting stem cell breakthrough. They have discovered that blood stem cells don’t just ensure the continuous production of blood cells, they also remember previous infectious encounters, which helps them provide a more rapid immune system response in the future.
Cystic Fibrosis Awareness Month is an international event designed to raise awareness of cystic fibrosis and to share the stories of people who are battling this dangerous condition.
To commemorate this important event, we are sharing a four-part series which will focus on cystic fibrosis and how stem cells may be used to treat it. This article will share 10 facts about cystic fibrosis that everyone should know.
With kids getting an average of nine to 12 colds a year, it’s hard to escape those bugs that causes cold and flu. While it’s difficult to avoid colds and coughs, there are ways to protect your kids. The main thing you can do to help your kids is to boost your child’s immune system. Here are the top 5 immune system boosting foods for your kids.
With the ongoing news reports about the COVID-19 outbreak, it’s hard to escape what’s happening in the world. While we find it scary, it’s even harder for our children. Not only are they confused about not seeing friends and family and not going to school and groups like normal, but they are also frightened about the virus. It’s so important to make this period the best possible for your children so they don’t feel uneasy and nervous during the weeks ahead. You don’t want their sleeping habits to be affected or even their mental health. In fact, here is our guide to keeping your child safe and reassured during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
It’s well-known that pregnancy can have an effect on a mum to be’s immune system. As it weakens the important system, they are a lot more vulnerable to illnesses and viruses. In fact, they have to get the flu jab to help prevent them from getting this illness which can leave them seriously ill.
Pregnant women are also at higher risk of getting Coronavirus due to their low immune system. Due to this news, a lot of women are trying to find ways to boost their immune system. That way they can protect themselves and their baby during their pregnancy. Therefore, here is a guide to boosting the immune system for pregnant women.
With the kids at home for the foreseeable future, we need to get creative when it comes to keeping them busy. You don’t want them to be bored when you get the same activities out again and again during the day. However, thinking of new ideas is harder than you think. That is why we have found 5 creative ways to entertain your kids staying at home due to Coronavirus (COVID-19), perfect for sparking their imagination and boosting their creative skills.
It’s so important to ensure your children have a healthy and nutritious diet. Eating healthily will ensure they have good physical and mental health. However, it’s tricky to find easy recipes to make in our busy lifestyles. In fact, a lot of families end up resorting to fast food or ready meals as they haven’t got time to cook. And healthier choices often leave families out-of-pocket. But to ensure your kids stay healthy, here are some simple but healthy recipes to cook at home for your family. That way, you can ensure they are having a good diet without the need to spend hours over the stove. And a lot of these even our very little ones can try when starting food exploration.
With the kids home now due to the COVID-19 Outbreak, it’s so important to find ways to keep them busy during the day. You want to ensure they are still stimulated with educational and fun activities. It’s so important to ensure they don’t fall behind when it comes to their education. And the day is bound to drag for you and your kids if you don’t keep them busy with activities. You don’t want to rely on the TV to entertain your child.
While there are a lot of things you can both do offline, we are lucky to have the online world with so many great activities to keep them busy. You might be surprised how much there is for your kids to do online. Here are a few online activities to keep your kids busy at home during the COVID-19 outbreak.