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Importance of a Strep Test in Case of Strep Throat Exposure

January 15, 2020

Everyone deals with a sore throat from time to time. While this condition is annoying, many people feel it’s nothing to worry about. Although common conditions like colds and sinus infections can cause soreness, strep throat might also be the culprit. As compared to adults, children are more vulnerable to strep throat exposure, and therefore, … Continue reading “Importance of a Strep Test in Case of Strep Throat Exposure”

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Typhoid Shots Side Effects and Its Causes

December 30, 2019

Typhoid is a disease that occurs through Salmonella Typhi Bacteria. It can lead to a person’s death in extreme cases. Anyone who hasn’t taken its vaccination, whether through oral dose or injection, can catch the infection easily from the carrier of the disease. Typhoid shots or popularly known as Typhim is a medicine which helps … Continue reading “Typhoid Shots Side Effects and Its Causes”

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Red Blotches on Skin After Shower

December 15, 2019

Every child feels refreshing and clean after a shower, but sometimes your little one may develop red blotches on the skin after a shower. You may observe your child’s face turning red or dry red spots forming on various areas of the body. You may begin to look up for remedies, but it is good … Continue reading “Red Blotches on Skin After Shower”

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Vitamin D and Allergies in Children

November 30, 2019

Children, as they grow up, might develop allergies for several things which can be in their surroundings to from the food that they eat. The prevalence of these allergies has increased drastically for a few decades in the USA and Australia. Many of these allergies can be due to deficiency of Vitamin D. Vitamin D … Continue reading “Vitamin D and Allergies in Children”

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Baby sweating during sleep. Is it normal?

November 15, 2019

A peaceful sleep of a child is essential for a mother. No matter how tired a child is, if he sleeps well, he stays fresh and healthy. But if a child sleeps peacefully but sweats a lot during sleep, it might make mothers worried. Often mothers are not aware whether baby sweating during sleep is … Continue reading “Baby sweating during sleep. Is it normal?”

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Is Your Child Suffering from a Cold or Allergies?

October 30, 2019

It can be hard sometimes to tell whether your child is experiencing allergies or just a simple, everyday cold. The symptoms of both can be similar, but there are a few key differences that will determine what type of treatment needs to be offered. Here’s a look at how to tell which is which. Observe … Continue reading “Is Your Child Suffering from a Cold or Allergies?”

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Why Do Nosebleeds Suddenly Develop?

October 15, 2019

If your child blows his or her nose one day and blood appears on the tissue, this is actually a very common problem. About one out of seven people get a nosebleed at one time or another. It’s especially common among children between the ages of 2 and 10. But that doesn’t mean it’s not … Continue reading “Why Do Nosebleeds Suddenly Develop?”

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How Does a Child Develop a Peanut Allergy?

September 30, 2019

You’ve no doubt heard about some children developing an allergy to peanuts. While the effects of an allergy are usually fairly minor, they can be serious in some instances. But how does this kind of allergy occur in the first place? It All Starts With Exposure Once someone is exposed to an allergen, the body … Continue reading “How Does a Child Develop a Peanut Allergy?”

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Constantly Worried About Your Child’s Health? Here are Some Tips to Help You Relax

September 20, 2019

It’s only natural for parents to worry about the health of their children. But constantly obsessing over your child’s well being could put your own health in danger. Here are a few tips to help ease your anxiety. Breathe Slowly When you feel stressed because of worry, try to breathe slowly. That will help you … Continue reading “Constantly Worried About Your Child’s Health? Here are Some Tips to Help You Relax”

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Caring for the Unique Health Needs of Adolescents

August 24, 2019

You might not think that adolescents have different health challenges than adults, but they do. Staying on top of your teen’s healthcare can pay huge dividends down the road. It can help ensure they will be happy and healthy well into adulthood. A Difficult Time in Life Go back to when you were a teenager. … Continue reading “Caring for the Unique Health Needs of Adolescents”

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