Many of us, parents, depend on YouTube for awesome toddler's videos to show our kids. But admit it, it is so hard to filter the videos our little ones may watch, especially when accidentally, we have left our gadgets with them. We donot even know what shows that entertain them from the moment we walk out of the room.
As told in the official YouTube blog post, YouTube Kids app makes it safer and easier for children to find videos on topics they want to explore, and is available for free on Google Play and the App Store in the US. This is not yet available in Singapore, but still
In Singapore, head injury is one of the most common injuries occurring in children. About 50% of children who seek treatment in the Children's Emergency for injuries sustained head injuries. More than 80% of head injuries in young children occur at home. Common situations include falls from being left unattended on an adult bed, falls from chairs and tables and falls related to the use of baby walkers and sarong cradles.
Most head injuries do not cause complications but sometimes children may have skull fractures and internal brain injuries which can potentially be serious. About 20% of the patients seen in the Children's Emergency for head injuries require treatment by specialists from the Paediatric
Among children, sibling rivalry becomes one of the usual concerns in the family, but this video will show us otherwise. Watch how this awesome six- year old boy sings a lullaby to his newborn baby brother: Definitely, a-must watch!
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Since it's holiday season, many of you may be going for a vacation and take a swim. But dont't you know that other than the necessary precautions we need to take as guardians of our children whenever they swim, we also need to know an alarming condition called, "secondary drowning." This is the best time to remind us of what it is and what to do if our kids are acting strangely after swimming.
So, what is it?
According to Fox 4 News, "secondary drowning is a term thatís being thrown around on social media and even in news reports recently, and while itís getting a lot of attention now, doctors say itís been a problem for as long as people have been around water."