Treatments & Healthcare

All about how to ensure your preschooler gets the best in treatments available.
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Children’s cough and cold medicine: what is...
There are very specific guidelines when it comes to safely administering over the counter...
Baby teeth are going to fall out anyway, so why is it...
Your child's baby teeth are still very important as they need them to be able to chew food and...
How do I prepare my child for his first injection?
Injections are necessary - the thing is to just have them and then get on with it. If needs be, have...
When can I start giving my child chewable medicine?
In general, chewable medicines are only designed for children two years and older, who are adept at...
When can I give my child aspirin, or medicine that...
Giving any child aspirin could contribute to them getting a serious illness known as Reye’s...
What's the difference between an expectorant and a...
As a parent you should understand the risks associated with various different types of medication
What's the difference between paracetamol and...
Both ibuprofen and paracetamol are effective pain and fever treatment options for babies and...
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