Kraft recalled 36,000 cases of cheese singles due to a potential choking hazard. It seems part of the wrapper remains on the cheese and is potentially dangerous. "A thin strip of the individual packaging film may remain adhered to the slice after the wrapper has been removed," Kraft said. "If the film sticks to the slice and is not removed, it could potentially cause a … [Read more...] about Kraft Recalls Individually-Wrapped Cheese Singles
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The same virus that causes chickenpox -- varicella zoster -- can also cause the contagious disease shingles in some children. If your child displays the symptoms of shingles, speak to his pediatrician about possible treatments and what you can do to help speed your child's recovery. About Shingles Shingles occurs when the varicella virus present in the body of an adult or child … [Read more...] about Treatment for Shingles in Children
Children can contract shingles, a red, blistery rash that appears along nerve pathways, if they have already had the chickenpox. Following a bout with chickenpox, the disease will lie dormant in the body. In some cases it reappears years later as a case of shingles. Shingles in a child is generally less painful than shingles in an adult. Knowing what to look for and when to … [Read more...] about Shingles in Kids
Shingles is a rash infection, which is the more severe and painful cousin of chickenpox. Once a person has shingles, the symptoms and treatments are the same for men and women. However, women who are pregnant or have a baby younger than 12 months need to take extra precautions to avoid becoming infected. What It Is Shingles develops from the same virus that causes chicken pox. … [Read more...] about Shingles in Women
As a child, you may have come down with a case of chicken pox. The disease was once common among children before a vaccine against it was developed, according to the Mayo Clinic. While it is usually a mild illness, it is contagious and people have died from it. Although people usually develop immunity to the disease after contracting it once, in some cases, the virus can be … [Read more...] about Chicken Pox or Shingles?