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Meanwhile, safety, healthcare, hygiene ...... all these services can relieve any concerns that you may have.

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Healthy kids are full of vim and vigor. If they don't feel well, there will be some physical signs. Do you know what they are?

- Eyes: kids should have clear and bright eyes. If their eyes are unfocused and dazed, it indicates an inefficiency of vital energy and blood.

- Skin: if the kid's skin is pallid and swallow, or too fair, it indicates poor gastrointestinal functions, dyspepsia and anemia.

- Hair: if the kid's hair is dry and dull, coarse and wiry, it indicates an inefficiency of vital energy and blood and imbalanced nutrition.

- Ears: kid's ears should be round and full; kids with hard ears may suffer from deficiency of proper kidney functions (Kidney Qi in traditional Chinese medicine).

- Finger pulps: just like adults, if finger pulps are too thin or flat, it indicates an inefficiency of vital energy and blood, and cold wetness. A healthy kid would have moderately fat and flexible pulps.

- Bluish tendon: if blue veins are quite visible in the back of nose, this indicates dyspepsia and an inefficiency of vital energy and blood.

- Sleep: healthy kids can fall asleep fast and sleep tight with slow and soft breaths; if kids have trouble sleeping, restless sleep, toss and turn quite frequently, snooze during sleep or even have nocturia, they may suffer from inefficiency of vital energy and blood.

- Exercise: exercise can work up a healthy kid's appetite; however, kids who are reluctant to eat after exercise may have inefficiency of vital energy and blood.

- Hands: healthy kids always have warm hands; kids with cold hands all day may suffer from inefficiency of vital energy and blood.

Here at Etonkids, school medical officers will take care of your kids through daily morning and afternoon checks during which they will look at the kids' face, throat, observe them closely to see whether they are high or low spirited; they also check their skins and hands to see whether there are rashes; they help kids wash their hands with sanitizers; they report to parents immediately after they find that kids may not feel well and if necessary, after consultation with parents, kids will be sent to the hospitals with the company of our staff for further treatment.


In hot summers, kids are prone to get sick because they are young and do not have fully developed organs. So young mothers must be observant. We need to pay special attention to four issues in order to keep our kids healthy during summer. Bland diets are not always the best choice. Some parents think it’s better for kids to eat bland and light food during hot summer. But the truth is that kids need well-balanced nutrition. Too bland of food may lead to nutrition insufficiency. We'd better diversify kids' food choices such as fish, pork, egg, and pork liver. Porridge, for instance, is both nutritious and easy to be digested.

Kids should not drink too many beverages. Many kinds of beverages, such as juice, cola, soda, contain too much sugar, which may adversely affect kids' appetite and digestion. Excessive sugar intake may also lead to obesity. Therefore, during the summer, kids should drink lots of water.

Kids should not eat too much cold food. Summer is a season of fruits and melons. Parents may sometimes cook some cold dishes. If kids eat too much cold food at the dining table, their digestion will be disrupted and it may further lead to vomiting and diarrhea.

Kids should not take cool baths when in a sweat. In summer, kids would always come back home covered in sweat. If they take cool baths, pores immediately close and veins contract. Some functions of their body will be disrupted and this may lead to diseases. A warm shower might be a better choice.


Autumn is a season of harvest when all things begin to wither. As we consume too much nutrition during summer, we need to acclimate and adjust ourselves for winter. This is a period of transition from being active, extroverted, consuming to being quiet, introverted and acclimated.

In autumn, parents need to pay special attention to clothes, food, accommodation and sports.

Clothes: due to daily temperature swings, kids need to wear an extra piece of clothing in the morning and at night. For active kids who easily perspire, we can put a towel on his or her back, or have them change their clothing after exercise. Kids also need to wear sneakers. Before outdoor activities, you should prepare proper clothes for your kids according to the weather. You need to always bring an extra piece of thin or thick clothing in case you need to change the clothes they need to wear.

Food: kids may have a better appetite in autumn as the temperature gradually falls down. Kids can eat pork, beans, vegetables, fruits and dairy. Food that contains rich vitamins, especially Vitamin A and C, are preferred. These can strengthen the immune system of kids. Food of this kind also includes garlic, turnip, ginger and Chinese chive. Kids also need to drink more water or water blended with turnips or ginger. For kids who often cough, parents can cook some soup with pears for kids.

Accommodation: despite the cool weather, parents should open the window and let fresh air in sometimes; wash and air quilts several times.

Sports: autumn is a golden season for outdoor activities. Parents should hang out with kids more often to enjoy the sunshine, which can facilitate calcium absorption and strengthen kids' immune systems. Apart from outdoor activities, kids can take some cool baths deliberately as a form of exercise. But they should start taking cool baths in September. They may start with washing their hands and face with cool water. In the beginning of such an exercise, the water temperature should be close to body temperature and it should be gradually adjusted from 35℃ to 28℃.


Kids are prone to fall sick as it's always cold in winter. Parents need to pay attention to the following issues.

Strengthen the spleen and stomach

According to traditional Chinese medicine, children's spleens and stomachs are not mature enough, meaning they can get hurt in wet and hot summers when kids take in excessive cold food. Kids may suffer from inappetence, diarrhea, and other sicknesses. Therefore, it's important for parents to strengthen kids' spleen and stomach during autumn and winter. First, kids can eat food that is good for digestion such as yam, lotus nut, and haricot. If necessary, kids can take some medicine containing Chinese herbs under the guidance of doctors. We should make sure kids eat a variety of food to maintain a balanced diet. Food should be cooked in healthy ways such as steaming or stewing, instead of frying or roasting. Food should be light and mild. Kids should eat more vegetables to protect their respiratory tract and gastric mucosa from being attacked by virus and bacteria. Binge eating should be avoided and kids should eat the proper amount of food each day.

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