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As most children develop speech and language skills within a specific age range, a child who takes longer to speak properly may have an underlying problem.
Palliative care is not just for the old or cancer patients, but also for those with life-limiting illnesses to improve their quality of life.
Looking at the pros and cons of digital technology on the development of a child.
China’s one-child policy has changed its society in a truly fundamental way, says journalist Xinran Xue, and it's not necessarily for the better.
World Hospice and Palliative Care Day, which fell on Oct 14, is a timely reminder of the need for palliative care to be an essential component of all aspects of healthcare.
While your child’s vaccinations should be up to date, you should also make sure that you’re keeping current on booster shots.
Bringing home a medically-fragile baby can be a frightening experience for parents who have yet to learn how to take care of their special needs.
Would liking superheroes mean that your child will learn to protect others and defend those in need? Study says, no.
This final piece in our 'Unsung Angels' special report on palliative care looks at the vivid images captured by documentary photographer SC Shekar, as he hopes to create more awareness of the need for palliative care.