Dr. Arbinder Singal

Pediatric Urologist, MBBS (Gold Medalist), M.Ch (AIIMS, Gold Medalist), DNB, MNAMS

Dr. Arbinder Singal is a renowned Pediatric Urologist with more than 20 years of international experience in child health. Dr Singal has won Gold Medals in his medical training at Delhi University and then at All India Institute of Medical Sciences. He has been an invited speaker at American, European, British and Asian Congresses in child healthcare. Dr Singal is passionate about role of prevention more than cure. In his words "Child is not a small adult, Children are pulsating with life and energy which needs to be channelized and nurtured. The way chronic lifestyle diseases are coming at an early age and affecting large chunk of people, the only way to prevent them is to sow the seeds of fitness and healthy food right in childhood. This is the only way we will be able to fight the assault of diabetes and heart disease. At FitterFly, we hope we care for children and their families, and be there for them as they grow into healthy and fit adults."

Fittest Kid of Navi Mumbai 2017 (FKNM) Contest slated to be hosted by FitterFly in Navi Mumbai

  • By Dr. Arbinder Singal

India’s First Fitness Competition for Kids set to take place in Navi Mumbai Navi Mumbai City would be celebrating fitness in kids by hosting a unique event called “Fittest Kid of Navi Mumbai”. The event which has been conceptualised by FitterFly- a Child Fitness and Nutrition start-up company would be run at Inorbit Mall Vashi from Nov 3 till Nov 12, 2017. The contest is open to all kids residing in the age group of 5-18 years. The... Read more

  • By Dr. Arbinder Singal

An hour of exercise a day, keeps the illness and disease at bay- New Age Child Health Mantra

  • By Dr. Arbinder Singal

While for adults exercise means working out in the gym, running on a treadmill, or lifting weights; for kids exercise means playing games and being physically active. Kids exercise when they have gym class at school, during school breaks, during dance classes, basketball practice, tennis game, cycling to school or even when playing tag team. Loads of Benefits of Exercise for kids: Stronger bones and muscles Less chances of b... Read more

  • By Dr. Arbinder Singal

How Much Water To Give To Children Everyday

  • By Dr. Arbinder Singal

When a child returns home from school with a bottle of water which is still full to the brim, it makes a parent worry about the fluid intake of her child. Many studies show that children between the age of 9-12years do not consume enough water as per their daily needs. The average water intake seen amongst 13-18years aged kids is only about 50% of what is ideally recommended. This is an alarming situation as this can affect the h... Read more

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Food allergies in children- an overview

  • By Dr. Arbinder Singal

Be it a rash, itchy skin, or simply redness on your munchkins body parts; there goes a series of self diagnosis. Could it be an insect bite, could it be reaction to the soap, could it be a rash due to clothes, or may be sweat, or a FOOD ALLERGY??? Food allergies and food intolerances are often confused concepts and probably this article will sort out the misconceptions. Understanding food allergies and food intolerances in chil... Read more

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Foods That Boost Child Immunity against infections

  • By Dr. Arbinder Singal

The Immune System of our body consists of group of cells, proteins, tissues and organs that fight against germs and infections. In an infant’s first few months of life, the immune system is not fully developed. However,infants are protected by antibodies passed on from their mother's placenta before their birth. During the initial months after birth, mother’s milk is said to build the child’s immunity.Breast milk is rich in colos... Read more

  • By Dr. Arbinder Singal

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