On 14 March 2020, Dr Dave Ong was an invited speaker at a seminar held at OLA, the new and upcoming executive condominium. He equipped parents with important and informative tips on how to build your child’s immunity. We have summarised all the key points from his talk for those who missed the session. 1.
Now that your child is a bit older and has started eating solid foods, you probably have many new concerns regarding food such as what foods to eat, how often to eat and more. Dr Dave Ong from Kids Clinic @ Punggol answers the top 10 commonly- asked have when it comes to nutrition for
With the onset of haze in Singapore, there are certain precautions you and your little one should take to stay safe! Our paediatrician answers some commonly asked questions about haze so that you are better equipped to protect your little one. 1. What Does Haze Contain? Haze contains air pollutants that can be harmful to
Food Allergies in Children Food allergies are immune system-driven undesired bodily reactions to specific food. Certain food allergies are more likely to be outgrown (such as cow’s milk and eggs), in contrast to certain food allergies (such as nuts or seafood) which are less likely to be outgrown. What Causes Food Allergies in Children? A
What is Childhood Asthma? Asthma is a chronic inflammatory disorder of the airways, which causes the airways to be very sensitive and prone to constriction. It is one of the most common chronic illnesses in children and can affect as many as 20% of children. Learn more about the causes and triggers of childhood asthma. Why
Our skin acts as a protective barrier, preventing excessive body fluid and mineral loss, helps regulate body heat and protects us against infections Babies and children generally have sensitive skin which can react to many triggers such as dryness, germs and irritants. Here are 5 common skin conditions in babies/children: 1. Eczema (Atopic Dermatitis) The