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Child Well Being Series
When is a Fever Dangerous
Date: Monday July 31, 2017
Fever can be a very scary thing for parents, particularly for first-time moms and dads. Every child will eventually experience a fever, no matter how careful you are. It is important for parents to know what to do when this happens. First, some tips on measuring the child’s temperature:
An infection, trouble digesting certain foods, or too much fruit juice are among the causes of diarrhea. If your child gets it, keep him/her at home and hydrated. If the child is on solids, avoid high-fiber and greasy foods. Take the child to see a doctor if the child isn’t better in 24 hours, is under 6 months ...
Throwing up: It seems to be one of those unwavering rites of childhood. But vomiting, nausea, and stomach upsets aren’t just reserved for kids, adults deal with these issues too, though the causes may sometimes be different. So what makes kids and adults throw up? Can you prevent vomiting? And, how should you care for someone after they’ve been sick?
Most fevers/high temperatures in children are due to the common infections of childhood such as coughs, colds and other viral infections. However, fever in babies aged under 3 months is rare and is a reason for seeking advice from a healthcare professional. You should seek advice if your child is aged between 3 and 6 ...
Consuming adequate vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid, is important for kids. It plays a number of important roles in the body, acting as an antioxidant and immune supporter, helping build the protein collagen and enhancing the absorption of iron in the body.