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Can you drink coffee while breastfeeding?
While many people avoid caffeine during pregnancy, they may wonder if it is safe to drink coffee again while breastfeeding. For most people, it is safe to consume a moderate amount of coffee while breastfeeding. In this article, we look at the risks and benefits of caffeine consumption for people who are breastfeeding.
Signs of concussion in children and toddlers
Concussion is a form of traumatic brain injury. Parents and caregivers should be aware of the warning signs and symptoms of concussion in children and toddlers. In this article, we look at the warning signs, what to do if you think a child has concussion, and we discuss treatment and recovery times.
Treatment and home remedies for pinworms
A pinworm infection is a common worm infection in children and those living in close quarters. If a person believes that they have a pinworm infection, it is best to seek medical attention initially. A person can then also try a variety of home remedies, such as coconut oil and garlic, as complementary treatments.
Can gripe water or gas drops treat colic?
A baby with colic can cause distress for caregivers, and many turn to home remedies to soothe a baby’s discomfort. Gripe water and gas drops are two popular home remedies for colic, but do either of them work? We examine what they are, what the evidence says, and what else might relieve colic symptoms.
What is 'Snapchat dysmorphia,' and why is it concerning?
A new phenomenon draws the attention of surgeons and psychologists alike: people are seeking plastic surgery in order to look like their filtered selfies.
How to identify lice bites
Lice are external parasites that live on the skin. Most lice are harmless to overall health, but they do cause tiny bites, which can be bothersome. In this article, learn how to identify lice by sight and by the part of the body affected. We also describe the difference between lice bites and bed bug bites.
What can cause a rash after a fever in toddlers?
Fever is common in toddlers and usually resolves on its own. At times, a rash can develop after the fever passes. Causes of a rash after fever in toddlers include roseola, scarlet fever, fifth disease, and hand, foot, and mouth disease. Learn about these common childhood illnesses and when to see a doctor here.
Is a runny nose during teething normal?
Teething begins at around 6 months of age. Many people associate some non-oral symptoms, including a runny nose and a fever, with the teething process. However, research suggests that the infant's exposure to the wider world and to childhood illnesses are more likely responsible for these symptoms. Learn more here.
Chickenpox vs. measles: What's the difference?
When it comes to chickenpox vs. measles, there are differences as well as similarities. While both are viral infections, they’re caused by different viruses. While both cause rashes, one produces an itchy rash whereas the other comes with a non-itchy rash. We’ll compare these two conditions in several different areas.
What to know about babies and cold sores
Cold sores are not common in newborns or babies. However, if a baby does catch the cold sore virus, called herpes simplex, it can be very dangerous. People with cold sores should avoid kissing babies or sharing towels or bedding. Learn about the causes, complications, and treatment of cold sores in babies here.
What can cause joint pains in children?
Growing pains are a common cause of joint pains in kids. They are mostly harmless and people can treat them at home. As the child gets older, their growing pains mostly disappear. However, joint pains can sometimes be a sign of a more serious condition, such as juvenile idiopathic arthritis or lupus. Learn more here.
What is juvenile psoriatic arthritis?
When psoriatic arthritis occurs in children or adolescents, doctors classify it as juvenile psoriatic arthritis. Those with the condition experience symptoms of both rheumatoid arthritis and psoriasis, including pain, stiffness, swelling of the joints, and patches of flaky, crusty skin. Learn more here.
How to treat turf burn
Turf burn is a common injury for people who play soccer, lacrosse, field hockey, and other sports that take place on artificial grass. In this article, learn more about turf burns and how to treat them. We also discuss prevention, provide tips on how to make the healing process faster, and explain when to see a doctor.
Why is my kid's poop green?
Green poop in kids is usually due to something that they ate, such as leafy greens or food coloring. Diarrhea can also cause green poop. Green poop is rarely a need for worry, and in infants, it is a sign that everything is normal. Learn about the reasons for green poop in babies, toddlers, and children here.
Eleven iron-rich foods for toddlers
Toddlers are notoriously picky eaters, so making sure they get the nutrition they need can be a challenge. People can make sure a toddler receives their daily iron intake by adding certain iron-rich foods that even the fussiest toddlers will eat. Foods include peanut butter sandwiches, dark chocolate, and eggs.
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