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Common childhood diseases

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Common childhood diseases


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Classic infectious childhood diseases

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Classic infectious childhood diseases

Due to their developing immune systems, children are especially susceptible to exanthematous infections. This includes measles, chicken pox, rubella (German measles) and other bacterial or viral infections causing rashes, skin eruptions and fever. Knowing what to expect and how to care for your child during these outbreaks can help reduce your stress.

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Childhood coughs

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Childhood coughs

..Also known as irritative cough, a strong dry cough doesn’t produce any phlegm or mucus. It’s very common at the beginning of a cold when there is a feeling of itchiness in the throat. Dry coughs can also be caused by dust particles irritating the pharynx or larynx.  It can also indicate the presence of stress factors...

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Dealing with diaper rash

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Dealing with diaper rash

Every new parent has to deal with diaper rash. Whether you use cloth or disposable diapers, diaper rash is going to happen. There are easy solutions to this problem.

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Part II: The subtypes of Attention Deficit Disorders

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Part II: The subtypes of Attention Deficit Disorders

Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) along with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and Attention Deficit Disorder with impulsivity are all considered subtypes of Attention Deficit Disorders. While more research needs to be done, studies indicated there is no one specific cause responsible for the disorder. It has been shown that ADD and ADHD is a combination of certain factors.   Causes According to recent studies genetic factors do play a key role in the formation of this disorder. A child with relatives who suffer from ADD or ADHD is more likely to develop the disorder than others who have no family...

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