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Mumps (Infectious parotitis) It is a contagious disease caused by a virus. It is more common in children than in adults Mumps begins with pain under and next to the ears. Later the child has difficulty swallowing and chewing and the salivary glands (parotid) near the ears swell and harden. In most cases, One gland swells first and the other side swells for a few days..

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Obesity Many children who appear excessively thick, they are not really. The sturdy and strong child is not necessarily obese. Neither is the adolescent boy or girl who gains weight quickly., precisely before a sharp increase in this ture. The doctor will determine the weight of the child, according to your age and height and if it is a case of obesity, will try to discover the causes and prescribe the ...

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Nose, Sickness, Nephritis, Nutrition

Nose, Sickness, Nephritis, Nutrition


Posted By on Jul 8, 2020

Nose, objects introduced in the. Sometimes, accidentally, or just to see what happens, the child puts objects in the nose. If it bleeds or the object in question cannot be seen, the doctor will be called immediately, who will take it off with ease, if the child has not expelled it by sneezing or blowing his nose. The child will be invited to blow his nose, only if you are sure that it will not do the opposite. If the object ...

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Mononucleosis It is a contagious disease, mainly contracted by young adults, teens and tweens. Occurs sporadically or in the form of epidemics. Doctors believe it may be caused by a virus. Mononucleosis is also called infectious mononucleosis and glandular fever. The typical case begins with chills, fever, headache, dizziness and sore throat. The lymph nodes of the neck..

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Birthmarks Some birthmarks go away on their own. The boy whose hand appears in the figure, was born with this sign. Three years later, the stain on the hand and wrist had almost completely disappeared, without any treatment. Many children have signs from the moment of birth, but most of them are small and do not cause any health problems. Some of them disappear on their own, others ...

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