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  • Dealing with Child Fractures

    Like adults infants and children are also susceptible to fractures and dislocations, but differ from the adults. Bones in babies are so pliable that they rarely break. Depending on the impact of a...
    11/07/2014 by Dr.
  • Managing Bruises in Children

    A bruise is a common skin injury that results in skin discoloration. When tiny blood vessels under the skin break, the blood from the damaged blood vessels collects near the surface of the skin and...
    09/07/2014 by Dr.
  • Animal Bites and Children : First Aid and Precautionary Measures

    Animal bites are not uncommon in infants. This is very common when infants are left alone to play with pet animals like cats and dogs at home. Children get bitten when they play with pet animals by...
    08/07/2014 by Dr.
  • Understanding Asthma in Infants

    All those who have asthma necessarily wheeze. All those who wheeze need not necessarily be cases of asthma. Children may wheeze because of a bad cold or a respiratory infection. However, if the baby...
    05/07/2014 by Dr.
  • Addressing Diarrhea in Children

    Of all the health problems of an infant, diarrhea is the most worrying condition baffling a mother. Though dangerous in both infants and children, diarrhea should be viewed with more caution in...
    04/07/2014 by Dr.
  • Treating Burns in Children

    While anybody can be a victim to burns, children are more frequently susceptible to it because of their innocent, curious and exploratory nature. However, if the parents and other adults in the...
    02/01/2014 by Dr.
  • Enlarged Adenoid:A common condition in children

    Is your baby suffering from persistent cold, blocked nose, mouth breathing (keeping the mouth open while sleeping), off and on ear pain and cough? It may be because of Adenoids.   The Adenoid is...
    24/12/2013 by Dr.
  • Asthma in children

    All those who have asthma necessarily wheeze. All those who wheeze need not necessarily be cases of asthma. Whenever a child wheezes mothers always think the child has asthma. Possibly. May be not....
    12/06/2013 by Dr.
  • Pneumonia in Children

    Pneumonia is the leading cause of child death in India and every year about 3.7 lakh children younger than 5 years age die from pneumonia. The World Child Health Epidemiology Reference Group (CHERG...
    19/03/2013 by Dr.