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10 Facts About Childhood Cancer

Malignant growth (cancer) is rarely found in kids. Adults, especially older people are prone to develop cancerous cells in their bodies. More often than not, pediatricians don't have any idea why children get malignancy. In kids, a hereditary disorder, for example, Down syndrome, can at times build the danger of malignant growth. Here you will find some key facts about childhood cancer. 1. There is almost 1% of cancer patients are children in the world. 2. Leukemias, brain cancers, lymphomas, and neuroblastoma are the most common type of cancers that the child can develop. 3. Leukemia accounts for about 28% of all cancers in children. 4. Brain and spinal cord malignant growth are the second most common cancers in kids, summing up to around 26% of childhood cancers. 5. About 6% of childhood cancers are Neuroblastomas. This type of cancer develops in newborns and young children below 10 years. 6. In high-income countries, 80 to 85% of children with cancer are cured. In low- and midd
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7 Tips to Raising a Happy Child

When you search content on childcare and child development, there will be a lot of content on raising successful kids. You will find lesser content on how to keep your child happy. What is the point if your child is successful, but not happy? Happiness and success go hand in hand. Successful people are happy people because they enjoy success, but all successful people are not happy. Discover things that make your children happy and at the same time good for their health and development. Your child won't need to compromise happiness. We have jotted down and made a list of what can make your child happy for life long. 1. Nurture Your Happiness Your happiness will reflect in your children. If you are happy, you behave well with them and you are more likely to forgive them easily for their small mistakes. 2. Guide Children To Build Relationship We all know the importance of relationships, but somehow we don't put our best effort into teaching or guiding them to build relationships.

How To Deal With Picky Eaters Children

Is your child declining to eat something besides one particular eating stuff? Your kid plays more and eats less because he doesn't have many choices because he eats monotonous food. Numerous guardians stress over what their kids eat — and don't eat. You may want to consider these tips to deal with mealtime fuss. 1. Have Patient With New Food Items. It takes time to develop a taste for new food. You can put a morsel in your kid's mouth initially he may resist, but after doing it multiple times the kid may develop a taste for it. 2.  Encourage your child to savor new food talking about food's color, aroma and its benefits. 3. Serve a new food alongside your kid's #1 food item. It will leave him, wondering at least give it a try. 4. Adhere to the daily practice. If you follow the routine to serve breakfast or dinner every day, offer an opportunity to eat nutritious food for your kid. 5. Do not promote your kid's picky eating habits by preparing separate food, even

Common Challenges Faced by Preschool Teachers

Being a preschool teacher apparently may look like an easy job. But the reality is different. Believe it or not, it is one of the most challenging jobs in today's time.  The preschool teacher job is often under-evaluated as on the surface, it is just about following the routines and make children learn the basic mannerism. Imagine a toddler who comes from a very protective and sophisticated environment to get prepared for the future where all are strangers.   Preschool teachers take the responsibility to groom him/her in the right direction. The job is not at all the easy one. Here we have pointed out some basic problems that everyone must know who wants to start a career as a preschool teacher. 1. Overcrowded Class Taking care of a single kid is difficult. Taking care of multiple kids is multiple times difficult. Imagine a classroom is filled with more than 30 kids, how difficult it would be for teachers to manage. 2. Dealing With Disobedient Children Disobedient children are a ma

How to Strengthen a Father, Son Relationship

In general, our communication with the father is brief and crisp. We don't see often our father elaborate things to stretch into full-fledged stories. This is how we predict an organized conversation with him. Now things have changed as you play multiple roles in the life of your children. Sometimes, you act like a teacher at times, like a friend, and at the same time, you maintain fatherhood. Remember, most of the time you remain the father. You change your role when there is a need arises. 1. Find Different Ways To Spend Time Together Our occupation takes plenty of time. The remaining time should be entitled to the family, especially, with the young kid in our home. There are plenty of ways to spend time together such as gardening, participating in son's after-school activities, or playing a sport together. 2. Be A Good Role Model Son learns so many things at home, especially from his father. Father leaves a great impact on children. A son learns how to manage money matters f

How to Deal with Children’s Disobedience

You instruct your child. Does the child follow your order immediately? If, yes, it is great. If it doesn't, it is okay too. What if the child just ignores your request or order after instructing once… twice… thrice or even more times! Your blood boils ups and you start yelling at the kid. Later, you regret shouting at your child. You would probably want to learn how to get children to tune in without roaring. The following points assist you in understanding what is happening in your little one's head. 1. Be Quiet However Firm Never lose your temper with the kids. Remember you are much older than the children's siblings. You have to maintain your parental authority. Being authoritative, doesn't permit you to shout. You can still be calm while instructing your child. 2. Get to the Root Cause of The Defiant Behavior Search for what triggers your child to become defiant and attempt to monitor your kid's rebellion. Maybe the child is unhappy about the way you order him o

How To Help Children Make Adequate Progress

Teaching skills to children and tracking their progress is an important part of child social, behavioral, and cognitive development. While tracking the progress, you find that your kid is doing adequate progress. This means new skills can help in learning and making a way to progress. There is a lot you can do about your child's progressive development. We have shortlisted some points where you can help your children to make adequate progress. 1. Attain Parents' Meetings At Schools Discuss progress and growth. Ask all your worries and listen. It is a route for guardians as well as teachers to examine how the kid has been doing in school. 2. Help Your Child To Get Organized Checklists and to-do lists can help your children get organized. Checklists can act as a tool to better organize homework and assigned tasks to ensure consistency and completeness. 3. Assign Household Duties Help your children doing the chore until your child can do it on their own. Look surprised at how your