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Pedia 101: How Dangerous is Appendicitis for Children?

Children have much lower pain tolerance levels than adults, which is why minor injuries can already make them wince in pain. While parents are trained not to panic when their children throw tantrums over pain, it’s worth considering the opposite end of the spectrum. Since children are less used to pain signals, they can be …

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How a Pediatrician Assesses Your Child’s Behavioral Issues

Often, children go through phases in which they may seem unable to control their emotions. They may regularly throw tantrums, act unseemly, or continuously defy convention. For most children, this is merely a quick transition as they grow older and mature.  For other kids, however, this pattern of behavior may prove detrimental to their social …

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All the Important Things That a Parent Must Know About UTI

Urinary tract infection (UTI) may probably be one of the most uncomfortable conditions a child may have to go through. While there are indeed many illnesses our children can contract, this one definitely ranks high up on the list due to its ability to inflict pain. As a parent, this is devastating and worrisome, much …

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Dehydration in Children: Signs, Treatment, and Prevention

Throughout our daily lives, we continuously lose water and minerals. We do so when we cry, sweat, use the toilet, or even breathe. Water also evaporates through our skin constantly. However, we get to replace it as we eat and drink. It’s easier for adults to maintain this balance, but children have a higher metabolic …

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Stomachaches in Kids: When Should You See a Doctor?

Young children are no strangers to stomachache. This abdominal pain can be caused by constipation or overeating. However, there are times when it can be a sign of more serious health concerns, like appendicitis, poisoning, or bladder infections. Because of this, it can be difficult to determine whether or not it’s time to see a …

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