A medical emergency is something no parent hopes for. But the reality is, medical emergencies do happen and in most (if not all) cases, they’re unpredictable.
Did you know that asthma can be managed effectively with the right care? Read on to understand the various asthma medicines and the correct way to use them.
The months following a baby’s birth can be challenging. Here are some simple ways fathers can play an active part in supporting new mothers.
Your child will have flat feet as a toddler but as they grow, their feet should develop a normal arch. If this doesn’t happen, what should you do?
With an effective action plan to combat childhood asthma in place, you and your child can both breathe easy.
Gastroenteritis or the stomach flu is a viral or bacterial infection that causes irritation and inflammation of the stomach and intestines.
Urinary tract infections are common in children, and can be serious if they aren’t treated. Learn the symptoms, and find out how to prevent these infections.
Vaccines protect your baby against diseases which can cause disability and even death. They also protect others who can’t be vaccinated.
Scoliosis commonly develops during childhood and adolescence. Recognise the signs of scoliosis in children so that medical attention can be sought before the condition worsens.
Children can develop allergic reactions to food. This article discusses the symptoms and treatment of food allergy and differentiates food allergy from food intolerance.
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