Asked in Babies
Do walkers help babies learn to walk?
No walkers are not recommended to help children walk. Their benefits are minimal. Infact many children get hurt using walkers. Its best avoided. Walkers also have an adverse effect on body mind control if a child as proven by some studies. Its best to let a learn a child walk naturally. ...
Asked in Conditions and Diseases, Growth Rates
Will a child with hypopituitarism grow to a normal height with growth hormone therapy?
I believe you're asking about hormone medications. It's possible, but a child needs to be under a doctor's supervision. ...
Asked in Conditions and Diseases
What disease makes you look like a child OR slows down the aging process?
i think you may be describing Hypopituitarism. sorry if i may not be of any help. ...
Asked in Parenting and Children
What are some important things you learn as a child?
How many do you need? I'll give you a ton... how to walk, how to talk, how to eat, how to write ect. A lot of things. In my opinion, a child learns these important things: they learn about their Creator, God. They learn how to treat others and how to take care of themselves. They learn different things depending on their education, and they learn to respect their parents and elders. ...
Asked in Spina Bifida
Can you learn how to walk if you have Spina Bifida?
It depends on how serious your Spina Bifida is. Some can learn to walk, some may require crutches and braces to walk, and some may never walk. It depends on how much paralysis you have. ...