First aid and prevention of 5 most common childhood emergencies

This article is about first-aid for five common emergencies fits/seizures, drowning, poisoning, snake bite and choking.. Most accidents and poisoning occur when the child becomes curious about the environment and are able to reach for objects, from around 1 year to 5 years. Accidents decline after 5 years when the child becomes aware of the surroundings and harmful household items. Intentional poisoning and accidents occur in teenagers when they try dangerous experiences. It is essential that everyone knows basic first aid.

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First aid for 5 more childhood injuries and emergencies

Most parents experience at least minor cuts/burns in their children. It is imperative that everyone is well aware of effective first aid skills and also to avoid common mistakes. They also should know when the condition is serious enough to mandate taking to the hospital..This article deals with common childhood injuries

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Food Fussiness in Children (10 counter-intuitive ways of breaking your child’s poor eating habits)

Food fussiness (also called picky eating, faddy eating or choosy eating,) is seen in 50% of 1 to 3 year old children. Child's participation in food selection (during shopping and at home) and preparation (with closed supervision from parents) is helpful to reduce food fussiness.

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10 findings in newborns which parents feel are abnormal (but are absolutely normal!)

The normal newborn findings are 1. Red rash in a baby 2. Skin Peeling 3. White dots on nose 4. White dot on the roof of the mouth 5. Weight loss in the first week 6. Frequent stools 7. Spitting out milk 8. Whitish discharge from vagina 9. Bleeding from vagina 10. Jaundice

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COVID-19 (coronavirus disease): 14 most common questions

People can catch coronavirus from others who have the virus even if they don't have any symptoms. This happens when an infected individual breathes, talks, sneezes, or coughs, sending tiny droplets into the air. These can land in the nose, mouth, or eyes of someone nearby, or be breathed in. The risk is highest when people are closer than 6 feet away. People also might get infected if they touch an infected droplet and then touch their own nose, mouth, or eyes.

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Asthma-10 best questions for complete understanding

Asthma cannot be cured but it can be treated effectively so that the child can lead a life free of symptoms. It is also possible that the symptoms of asthma will gradually decrease as the child grows older and can disappear totally when they become adults

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