UNICEF estimates that at least 130 million babies are born each year around the world. According to the WHO in 2017, 4.1 million (75%) of all under-five deaths occurred within the first year of life.
According to WHO, 1 in 10 births are premature – that is 15 million babies each year.
Parents learning to communicate with their baby have to rely on body language and different types of cries to understand their child’s needs.
Common infant warning signs include colds, coughs, fevers, vomiting and baby apnea. It is essential to know when your baby is sick and to recognize the warning signs of more serious problems.
Parental intuition is a powerful tool but doesn’t provide the data that a pediatrician can analyze and refer to.
The Wearable Health Devices trend, used to monitor an individual’s the health status is growing. WHDs are used to diagnose, monitor, and prevent the development of potential illnesses. But there are still few solutions for babies.