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Child HealthParenting
May 13, 2019

How to treat the yellow rash on your baby’s scalp

Are there flaky or scaly patches on your baby’s head? While dandruff may be somewhat rare in babies, cradle cap isn’t. Here is how you can treat it.
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Eye Health
May 13, 2019

What to do about that painful bump in your eyelid

Do you have a bump or swelling on your eyelid? Don’t worry, it’s probably just a chalazion (the plural is chalazia), a small bump that forms on the eyelid.
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Brain and Nervous Systemepilepsy
May 13, 2019

What are absence seizures?

An absence seizure is where you experience a short period of “blanking out” or staring into space.. The seizures usually last for such a short time that no-one notices them, even the person who just had it.
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Child DevelopmentParenting
May 13, 2019

How to wean your child from sucking their thumb

Thumb-sucking makes babies feel secure, and some develop this as a habit when they're in need of soothing or going to sleep as they get older. Finding ways to help your child stop the habit will be beneficial to their dental health in the long run.
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Symptoms, Aches & Pains
May 13, 2019

Home remedies for fibromyalgia

Doctors and researchers don’t fully understand what causes fibromyalgia. Although there isn’t a cure for fibromyalgia, there are ways to manage it using specific lifestyle changes, natural remedies and certain medications.
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Child HealthParenting
May 13, 2019

Does your baby’s cough sound like a dog’s bark?

Croup is a viral illness that makes your baby’s voice box and windpipe swell. The high-pitched or barking cough develops when air is forced against a narrowed. The smaller your child is, the more noticeable the sound. Some children with severe croup get a harsh, tight sound while breathing in. This is called stridor.
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Child HealthParenting
May 13, 2019

Does your child have meningitis? Know the danger signs

Spotting meningitis can be tricky, and it can be easy for your little one to develop it without you knowing. By getting to know the signs and symptoms, you can ensure your child gets the right treatment before it becomes serious.
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