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Sores and fever are signs of HFMD in children, which is treatable with medications.
Sharpen your child's cognitive abilities while keeping them constructively engaged.
Administer the medicine only after consulting with a medical professional.
Different factors can contribute to this condition's painful large blisters.
Food allergies or GI infections are mostly the underlying cause of vomiting.
Cold sores are caused by the herpes virus and may be triggered by other factors.
Try these flexibility-enhancing exercises with your child and make your workout enjoyable.
Gymnastics is a great workout regimen for kids when done under expert guidance.
Skin rashes may indicate various health conditions that may be mild or severe.
Several genetic, environmental, and health factors could cause grey hair in kids.
Nasal congestion or allergies may be responsible, but they do not always need treatment.
The right treatment plan can fully resolve these attacks if given some time.
These exercises strengthen children’s bodies and give them good flexibility and balance.
Administration of acetaminophen is considered safe when given in directed amounts.
Mild symptoms can be mistaken for the flu; thus, consulting a doctor is necessary.
Paracetamol and ibuprofen are safe, but the dosage should be as per the pediatrician's prescription.
You can use several natural, readily available substances at home to take care of your child's skin.
Based on the cause, children can experience several symptoms with varying intensity.
Practical tips on cleanliness and grooming will help children throughout their life.
Severe knee pain and inability to stand require prompt medical care.
White, creamy lesions on the tongue and cheek may require antifungal treatment in some children.
There is a risk of some of these disorders being overlooked as the signs are not specific.
Coconut oil has several health benefits, but be cautious for children with allergies and certain health conditions.
It is often unnoticed but treated by resolving the underlying issue or using topical creams.
Certain medical and non-medical factors may cause increased sweating in children.
Some children may be asymptomatic, but others experience appetite loss and health issues.
Abs, cardio, weight loss, and legs – workouts that target every muscle and part of the body.
It may have several causes, and treatment depends on the child’s age and health.