Almost every child will get a fever, a body temperature over 100 degrees F, at some time or another. Usually, the fever clears up within a day or two. If your child frequently experiences a fever or one that occurs without an accompanying infection, it may be a sign of a serious condition. Symptoms The most obvious symptom of a fever is an increase in body temperature, … [Read more...] about Recurring Fever in Children
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Exercise can be a great benefit to you when you are pregnant. Exercise improves your circulation, which helps common pregnancy problems, such as constipation, hemorrhoids and swelling. Exercise gives you more energy, helps you sleep better, puts you in a better mood, prepares you for the delivery and helps you to get back to your pre-pregnancy weight sooner. But, exercise … [Read more...] about Exercise Risks During Pregnancy
Does your child get chronic and recurring ear infections? This one is a must- read: Chronic and recurring ear infections in children are one of the most common reasons for visiting pediatricians. An ear infection typically occurs when the child’s body is in a state of inflammation; it can cause pain, fever, loss of hearing, dizziness, as well as other less common … [Read more...] about Tune Out Ear Infections for Good!