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Adolescent Care Specialists – What You Need to Know

June 28, 2019

When a child is between the ages of 11 and 21, these are known as the adolescent years. This can be a difficult, awkward time. It can also be a time during your child’s development that certain health issues can develop. An adolescent care specialist has a great deal of knowledge of these issues. Here’s … Continue reading “Adolescent Care Specialists – What You Need to Know”

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Why You Should Never Ignore a Child’s Earache

June 15, 2019

Just about every child develops an earache once in a while. It can be a very painful experience, leading to a great deal of crying and screaming. This is a common problem among children, but it could mean that something serious is going on. Here’s some information on the most typical cause of childhood earaches, … Continue reading “Why You Should Never Ignore a Child’s Earache”

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Dealing with Your Child’s Fever

May 23, 2019

Seeing your child come down with a fever can be one of the scariest experiences you’ll ever have to go through as a parent. But as long as you are alert to the signs and act quickly, the chances are very good that your child will eventually be fine. Danger Signs If you have a … Continue reading “Dealing with Your Child’s Fever”

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Child Throat Pain – When to Worry

May 18, 2019

Just about every child will experience a sore throat at one time or another. Most of the time it’s more of a nuisance than anything else. But there are some instances where it can be a sign of a serious problem? So how do you know when you need to take your child to the … Continue reading “Child Throat Pain – When to Worry”

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Children and Food Allergies

April 23, 2019

Food allergies may lead to serious and often critical reactions. When it comes to kids, the danger is even more pronounced since they are not cognizant enough to avoid certain foods and they can’t take care of themselves if they have an allergic reaction. Therefore, parents have more work to do to protect their kids … Continue reading “Children and Food Allergies”

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5 Facts About Vaccines for Kids

April 23, 2019

When children are born and as they grow older, they need to take get vaccines to protect them from certain viruses and diseases. As a parent, you may wonder why children need so many of these injections and if they are really useful. The following facts should help shed more light: Vaccines are safe Vaccines … Continue reading “5 Facts About Vaccines for Kids”

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Encouraging Healthy Eating Habits in Kids

March 27, 2019

Over 17% of children in the United States are obese. Obesity in kids exposes them to a slew of health dangers including diabetes, hypertension, musculoskeletal problems, breathing difficulty, and many more. Here are some ways to encourage healthy eating habits in kids: Set a good example Children are as likely to mimic the behavior of … Continue reading “Encouraging Healthy Eating Habits in Kids”

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4 Illnesses That Children Pick Up at School

March 27, 2019

School classrooms are ripe with all types of infections with most of them highly-contagious. Combine this with the willingness of kids to play without restriction and the result is the constant sharing of infections amongst themselves. Here are some common illnesses that kids pick up at school and their symptoms: Strep throat This is like … Continue reading “4 Illnesses That Children Pick Up at School”

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Pediatric Epilepsy Patients Should Consider New Genomic Tests in Houston

February 25, 2019

Epilepsy is a medical condition that affects brain function and causes seizures. Brain cells emit an abnormal or excessive electrical discharge. It can be caused by lack of oxygen at birth or prenatal exposure to toxins or trauma. A head injury could cause epilepsy, or it could be a result of a genetic condition. Advanced … Continue reading “Pediatric Epilepsy Patients Should Consider New Genomic Tests in Houston”

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The Value of Quality Medical Care for Your Child

February 14, 2019

If you’re not feeling well, you might be tempted to forgo a doctor’s appointment but it’s a different story altogether when you have an ill child. Getting medical attention becomes a priority. Nobody wants to have their child sick and uncomfortable. Not only does it interfere with household activities and responsibilities, but their absence from … Continue reading “The Value of Quality Medical Care for Your Child”

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