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Common Illnesses

I think my child ate something wrong, what happened?

Just like its name, food poisoning came about when one consumes food that went bad, which includes harmful bacteria and viruses. When your little ones accidentally consume these unfavourable germs, it will lead to inflammation of the gut. Thus, upsetting your little ones’ stomach.

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Diarrhoea in children: What you need to know

Diarrhoea in children is a common problem faced by many parents. The younger the child’s age, the more vulnerable they are to viruses and bacteria. In fact, it was soon discovered that children who are younger than 12 months old occupy more than half of the diarrhoea cases reported among children. With this in mind, this highlights the importance of understanding diarrhoea in children to better help your little ones.

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10 Essential Cold Products for Babies and Toddlers

The common cold is the most common infectious disease in the world. While adults are susceptible to this disease, children with less developed immune systems are especially prone to falling prey to the common cold. In fact, it is estimated that children can catch a cold up to eight times a year on average!

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Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease (HFMD): Why your child is at risk

Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease (HFMD) is a viral infection common among children. While the virus is present throughout the year, seasonal outbreaks are a frequent occurrence in childcares, schools, and kindergartens.

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What is this itch and will it go away? A look into chickenpox

Chickenpox is one of the most common childhood infections caused by a virus called varicella-zoster. This extremely contagious disease can be spread through contact with the infected person’s blisters and bodily fluids such as saliva or mucus. In fact, it is so contagious, the virus can even be airborne and transmitted through coughing and sneezing!

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Common cold: The most common infectious disease that is affecting your child

The common cold is the most common infectious disease in the world. While adults are susceptible to this disease, children with less developed immune systems are especially prone to falling prey to the common cold. In fact, it is estimated that children can catch a cold up to eight times a year on average!

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Common Problems/Disorders

Trouble Sleeping - How To Help Your Child Get Quality Sleep

Getting enough quality sleep is crucial for a child’s development and well-being as it affects their mood, attention, learning, and memory. However, many parents have to deal with the difficulty of getting their child into bed every night. Here are some suggestions to make bedtime easier for you and your child!

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What You Should Know About Down Syndrome

About 1 in 700 babies are born with Down Syndrome. But having this condition isn't a life sentence for both the child and his parents.

The quality of life for children and adults with Down syndrome can be significantly improved, and early interventions can help them lead fulfilling lives.

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Down Syndrome Test: What Every Parent Must Knowrdion 3

Have you ever taken the Down syndrome test? It’s a test that determines whether you or your baby have Down syndrome. But what exactly is a down syndrome test? How is it administered, and how reliable are the results?

If you're pregnant and concerned about your baby's development, you may be wondering what to look out for. This guide will help you understand the signs of Down syndrome during pregnancy, so you can be prepared and informed.

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