On average, a child suffers from a cold or cough 6 to 12 times a year. The frequent occurrence of these illnesses puts parents in a dilemma. Many wonder if they should take their child to the doctor or treat him with remedies that are easily available at pharmacies...
Bedwetting, also known as nocturnal enuresis, occurs when a child over five years old unknowingly pees while sleeping. Bedwetting becomes a problem when it is frequent enough to be disturbing, usually more than twice a week.
A constipated child can also have painful bowel movements or cramping abdominal pain. There is a wide difference in the firmness and frequency of stools among normal children. Breastfed babies may have a "poo" after each feed or one every seven to 10 days. At the other extreme...
Common childhood eye conditions can be corrected when treated early. Left untreated, it may lead to longer and more complicated treatment later. Don't let a common eye condition affect your child's growth. Read our Doctor Q&A now >>
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