Toddler Treatments & Healthcare

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Children’s cough and cold medicine: what...
There are very specific guidelines when it comes to safely administering over the counter medications to babies, toddlers and preschoolers.
Should I give my toddler a bath to lower his fever?
A cold bath can actually do more harm than good to a feverish child.
MMR rash: my child got a rash after getting the...
Many children have a mild reaction to the MMR vaccine – it’s not usually full-blown...
Antibiotics for my child's cold: Why doesn't the doctor...
Antibiotics do not kill viruses, such as the common cold, and by over using antibiotics...
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
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