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Pediatrics

  • Scabies

    The very name scabies comes from a Latin word which means, "to scratch" and the disease scabies is notorious for being labeled, as the itchiest disease next only to severe allergic reaction known to...
    08/09/2014 by Dr.
  • Child Dehydration

    Dehydration is a life threatening condition particularly when it affects babies. Needless to mention it requires careful observation, skillful handling and prompt action on the part of every mother...
    04/09/2014 by Dr.
  • Dealing with Electric Shock in Children

    Infants and children too, have their share of electrical shock mainly because of inadequate care by parents and the kids' innocent and inquisitive nature.   In countries like the US, household...
    02/09/2014 by Dr.
  • skin rash

    Common Skin Rashes in Children : Causes, Symptoms And Treatment

    Are you mystified by the red bumpy skin rashes and skin irritation on your child's body? There are various types of skin rashes that are seen in children caused due to different reasons. As a parent...
    01/09/2014 by Dr.
  • Asthma In Children, Causes, Symptoms And Treatment

    Is your child diagnosed of Asthma? Are you concerned about the child's life ahead, and health? Not to worry! Asthma may not have a cure, but can be managed effectively with timely medication,...
    28/08/2014 by Dr.
  • Managing Club Foot In Infants

    Club foot also known as Talipes, is a condition in which a baby is born with one or both feet twisted out of shape or position. Present at birth, this condition sometimes runs in families. Babies...
    28/08/2014 by Dr.
  • Prevent Eye Infections In Children

    Almost all infants are acquainted with eye infections. In some rare cases children exhibit eye infections right from birth. Here is a low down on some possible eye infections your child may be...
    16/08/2014 by Dr.
  • Ringworm in Children

    Ringworm is a contagious fungal infection, which doesn't spare any one starting from an infant to the old. It affects persons of both genders. The moment the victim comes in close contact with any...
    14/08/2014 by Dr.
  • Lazy Eye : Strabismus And Amblyopia

    An infant up to the third month, does not have a focused sight and wanders now and then. In other words the child may not have developed coordinated movements of both eyes. By the age of three...
    12/08/2014 by Dr.
  • Managing Jaundice in Infants

    Introduction: It is universally known that more than half of all healthy infants develop a yellowish tinge to their skin in the first few days of life. If your baby has such a tinge you need not...
    07/08/2014 by Dr.

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