The child’s ear hurts: what to do about it?
When a child’s ear hurts, not all mothers know what to do with this and how to calm the baby. Mom is much easier to understand what worries her child,…

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The child’s ear hurts: what to do about it?
When a child’s ear hurts, not all mothers know what to do with this and how to calm the baby. Mom is much easier to understand what worries her child,…

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Dental caries in children: causes, stages and treatment
Caries is a tooth damage that can occur with a child even at the time of teething. As practice shows, up to seven years this dental disease is detected in…

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Intestinal infection in children: symptoms and treatment

Acute intestinal infection in children is not particularly seasonal. This ailment is divided into types, depending on the etiology. The cause of acute intestinal infection in children can be: dysentery, salmonella, if infection, viruses, bacteria and fungi. Therefore, the probability of children getting an intestinal infection is in the cold season.

Acute intestinal infection in children: symptoms

The main symptoms in children that indicate acute intestinal infection:

diarrhea (loose stools more than 3 times a day), Continue reading

Symptoms of a concussion in a child
Such head damage as concussion very often manifests itself in children. Moreover, a head injury (traumatic brain injury) is in the first position in pediatric traumatology, requiring urgent arrival at…

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The norm of hemoglobin in children
Got the baby’s tests and want to understand if everything is normal with hemoglobin? We will help you deal with the results of medical research! Read what values ​​this indicator…

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If the child "has possessed a demon." How to calm a nervous child
Passers-by think that a demon has infused a child. To outsiders, he seems aggressive, hyperactive, not childishly irritable. Carers or teachers complain of restlessness and temper. Parents can only make…

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Unexplained fever or high fever in a child without symptoms
Today I want to talk with you on the topic "fever of unknown origin." This implies a high temperature, more than 38.3 degrees, which lasts more than 3 weeks. However,…

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