IgE mediated food allergy is increasing in Australia. 1 in 10 children at 12 months of age in Australia has a clinical proven food allergy, with egg, cow milk and peanut being among the three most common IgE mediated food allergies. Often young children with food allergy have eczema, and the combination of food allergies…
For Children with Mild to Moderate Non-IgE Cow`s Milk Allergy Under the Supervision of a Healthcare Professional
Next-generation genomic sequencing is improving the diagnostic yield for patients with suspected genetic disease. A molecular diagnosis for a patient with genetic disease can provide information regarding a patient’s prognosis, management and reproductive risk, and identify molecular targets for treatment. However, genomic testing frequently identifies variants of uncertain significance. This is illustrated by two case examples.
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Having a toddler can be one of life’s most wonderful experiences as they are learning about the world and find enjoyment in simple pleasures. Often as they are learning about the world they are also working out how to have their needs met and how to express these needs to their families. This issue of…
Starting or returning to school is such an important time in a child’s life. We have put together a newsletter with contributions from our specialists with tips on how to prepare children for school. How to prepare children for school? Starting school can feel like a journey to a foreign country where customs are different…
Parenthood is such an exciting and exhausting time. Adapting to the challenges that a new baby brings to the family with the lack of sleep, the physical and emotional changes are all factors that new parents have to find ways to cope.
WHAT IS NORMAL FOR BABIES IN TERM OF WEIGHT GAIN AND LOSS?
From birth it is normal for a baby to lose up to 10% of their birthweight in the first three days of life. Any amount greater than that and it suggests that baby isn’t getting enough breast milk. It is normal for babies to regain their birthweight within the first two weeks of life.
WHEN DO BABIES START TEETHING?
Teeth can start to erupt from 3 months of age in infants, but dental eruption may be as late as 12 months in some children. They may arrive in any order, but most children have all their baby teeth by the age of 3 years.
HOW DO YOU CLEAN YOUR BABIES TEETH?
You can start cleaning your baby’s gums with a damp clean cloth a couple of times a day for the first few months to get them used to the sensation of their gums being gently brushed.