Category: Pediatrics

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What is RSV and Why do we Care?

RSV (respiratory syncytial virus) is a virus that causes cough, congestion, and fevers. Bronchiolitis, a presentation of RSV, is an infection in the lower part of the lungs and affects children under 3 yrs old. If your child exhibits symptoms, consider contacting their pediatrician.

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Food Allergies in Children: Detection, Management, and Prevention

Discover how to manage food allergies in kids. With roughly 8% of children affected, you’re not alone. Uncover the mysteries behind these allergies, including genetic factors. Learn about detection methods, like skin and blood tests. Control exposure, communicate allergies when dining out, and be prepared for reactions. Your child’s safety and well-being come first.

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Preventing Holiday Stress for Parents & Children, 10 Tips

Bedwetting, a common but often unspoken issue, can affect both children and adults due to various genetic, physical, psychological, and emotional factors. Understanding the root causes and implementing patient, positive strategies is crucial for managing bedwetting effectively. If you’re seeking answers, read the rest of this article to learn more about this topic.

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