How to manage your child's asthma symptoms.
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It's time to drink this source of calcium and Vitamin D again.
It's important to know how to reduce the risk of preventable injuries in your child, particularly those that can lead to serious disabilities.
Symptoms, triggers, diagnosis and prevention.
Is your child constantly scratching at her dry skin? Has the dry skin turned into a red rash that no lotion or cream seems to improve? If so, it may not be just simple dry skin. Your child may have eczema, also known as atopic dermatitis.
Dental visits can assist with the early detection of potential problems and also can help your child become accustomed to visiting the dentist.
BY SHACARAH FORDJOUR, MSN, RN, C, CSN, CPNP