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Dr. Ashok Singh - Pediatrics in Delhi

Dr. Ashok Singh

MBBS

PediatricsPediatrics
  • Delhi, Delhi

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Clinic Locations

Shri Ram Singh Hospital & Heart Institute

Plot Number B-25-26, 26-A, East Krishna Nagar, Delhi, Delhi, India,

Specialization

  • Pediatrician
  • General Physician

Education

  • JIWAJI University Gwalior - 1973 Graduated
    MBBS
  • JIWAJI University Gwalior - 1975 Graduated
    MS - Anatomy

Health Articles

How To Recognize Mental Illness In Children And What To Do?

It might be difficult for parents to recognize mental illness in their children. As a result, many children who would benefit from treatment are unable to receive it. Learn how to spot the warning symptoms of mental illness in youngsters and how to assist your child. Mental health refers to how you think, regulate your emotions, and act in general. Patterns of changes in thinking, feeling, or behavior that cause distress or disrupt a person’s capacity to function are characterized as a mental illness or mental health problem.

Step By Step Train Your Child For Potty Session

When your toddler reaches the age of 19 months (about 1 and a half years), it is very necessary that now you need to shift him or her from diapers to potty training. It is obvious that up till now you have changed thousands of dirty diapers. And you are thinking of shifting your toddler from diapers to something more convenient and better. It seems to be an easy task that you just need to instruct them how they need to go to the bathroom and perform the rest of the performance by themselves, but it is not.

Fifth Disease in Children: How Long Does This Infection Last?

What is the fifth disease? A viral illness that causes a rash is the fifth disease. Erythema infectious is another name for the fifth disease. Slapped cheek disease is the name for it. This is due to the fact that the rash can cause a child’s cheeks to turn bright red. The fifth sickness is transmitted from one child to another by direct contact with nasal and throat fluid. Contact with infected blood can potentially spread the virus. It has the potential to spread.

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