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SUMMER CARE FOR CHILDRENS.[Part - I]

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Summer Care For Kids:


  • We Can't decide which sunscreen is best for your child? WebMD asked Cambio and pediatrician Jerome A. Paulson, MD, FAAP, medical director

  • for national and global affairs at the Child Health Advocacy Institute of Children's National Medical Center

  • in Washington, D.C., for some child-friendly recommendations.

Kids Yoga-Full Yoga Class:

 

 
Rules for Smart Summer Skin Care:

 
Some basic sun protection rules will help you and keep your children safe.

 
Rule No. 1: All children are at risk. while pale kids are most likely to burn, darker-skinned children can also burn if they stay in the sun too long.

 
 
Rule No. 2: Dress your kids in protective clothing. This, even more than sunscreen, is the best weapon against too much sun.

            Babies younger than 1 year, before they are mobile, need to get as much sun protection as possible

            from their clothing select long cotton pants,and long sleeves.

 
 
Rule No. 3: Stay inside or in the shade between 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Midday, when the sun's rays are strongest,

            babies and children should stay indoors, or out of the sun at least.

            Even on cloudy, hazy days, protect against the sun.

            There's more risk of sunburn at the beach, because of water reflection and wind.

 
 Kids & Summer Safety:


 
Tips for childrens:

  • Choose a Child-Friendly Sunscreen.

  • Choose a sunscreen that contains zinc oxide or titanium dioxide, because the compounds are less irritating than others and do not get absorbed into the skin.

  • These ingredients are probably the safest ones out there right now.

  • There is some concern that other sunscreen ingredients, particularly oxybenzone and retinyl palmitate a form of vitamin A, may cause harm.

  • However, both chemicals are FDA approved for use in sunscreens.

Taking Care of Your Kids Health:

 
     

 
  • Opt for a sunscreen with a sun protection factor (SPF) or 30 or higher.

  • Make sure it's labeled "broad spectrum," which means it blocks both UVA and UVB sunlight.

  • If your child has sensitive skin or an allergic skin disorder, such as eczema.so choose a colored or scented sunscreen for your child.

  • Sunscreen sticks are best for the face because they are sweat proof and less likely to drip.

  • Cambio likes spray-on sunscreens for kids because they are easy to apply.

  • Cover your child's face while spraying, or have him make a funny face.

 


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