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Diarrhea and Dehydration

May 16, 2016

What is diarrhea? Diarrhea is the passage of watery stools. What causes diarrhea? Most diarrhea in children is caused by one of several diarrhea-causing viruses and gets better by itself within a week. Although there can be many causes of diarrhea, the treatment suggested here is appropriate for acute illness (sudden onset, short lasting), which […]

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Cough

May 16, 2016

What is a cough? A cough is a common symptom of illness. Although coughs often sound bad, keep in mind that coughing is a good reflex that clears out the airways in the lungs and protects your child from getting pneumonia. Your child may have a dry and hacking type of cough. Or your child […]

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Colds: Brief Version

May 16, 2016

What is a cold? When your child has a cold, he often has a runny or stuffy nose. He may also have a fever, sore throat, cough, or hoarseness. Viruses cause most colds. You can expect a healthy child to get about 6 colds a year. How can I take care of my child? Runny […]

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Burns: Brief Version

May 16, 2016

What is a burn? There are three types of burns: A first degree burn is reddened skin without blisters. It does not leave a scar. A second degree burn has blisters. It does not leave a scar. Second-degree burns take up to 3 weeks to heal. A third-degree burn is deep and leaves areas of […]

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Broken Bones

May 16, 2016

How can I tell if my child has broken a bone? Although the term fracture may sound serious, it is just another name for a broken bone. As you probably remember from your own childhood, fractures are very common. In fact, they are the fourth most common injury among children under age six. Falls cause […]

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