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Did You Know The Difference Between Smallpox and Chickenpox?

You might be thinking that Smallpox and Chickenpox are the same diseases because they both cause rashes and blisters, and both have "pox" in their names. But in fact, they are entirely different diseases. No one in the last 65 years has have reported being sick of...

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How Should You Perform A CPR For Infants?

We hope you never have to use cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) on a child or infant, but it is useful if you know this technique to come in handy when there is a need. You can save someone's life by helping them in the event of a cardiac or breathing emergency....

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When To Do A Allergy Test Of Your Children?

In the U.S., allergy is a household problem in young kids, with about 6.5% of children having food allergies, 7.7% of children having hay fever, and 13.5% of children having skin allergies. In some cases, allergies have scary health consequences. Children can lose...

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How To Tell If Your Newborn Has A Healthy Heart Rate?

The most precious sound in the world is your baby's heartbeat. From the time you start to hear those whooshing sounds at your ultrasound to the time you start feeling their small heart thump on your tummy at bedtime. How Can You Know If Your Child's Heartrate Is...

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How Can You Get A International Certificate of Vaccination

As per health and travel set by the World Health Organization, you must get the Yellow Fever Vaccine if you are traveling to any yellow fever risk countries. You will be required to show your International certificate of vaccination when you enter the specific country...

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Why Does a Smallpox Vaccine Leave a Scar?

Smallpox is a viral and infectious disease that causes a significant amount of skin rash and fever. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention has stated that 3 out of 10 people across the world were affected by smallpox during the 20th century. At one stage,...

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What is a Good Age to Introduce Solid Foods to Infants

As recommended by The World Health Organization and American Academy of Pediatrics, you should start introducing solid foods to your infants at around six months of age; this is when their intestines are almost developed. In some cases, some doctors suggest starting...

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Besides pneumonia 13 vaccine side effects, it is a life savior

COVID-19 is life-threatening at present and has struck the whole world. However, the arriving winter months will invite another illness known as pneumonia. Both children and adults have chances of getting the disease unless they are vaccinated. Pneumonia is dangerous,...

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Vaccinations pros and cons

Being parents, we have a lot of concerns for our children. Many wonder about the vaccination's pros and cons, and is it safe for the children. However, a vaccine saves millions of lives yearly. It is a fact that the vaccines have eliminated dangerous diseases like...

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Health, safety and nutrition for the young child

Obesity is an alarming problem in teens nowadays. However, not to forget that obesity has a link to numerous other diseases. The rate is increasing, and the main reason is the amount of nutrition in their diet. A balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle are essential. To...

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