Is it possible to walk with a child with fever?
Pediatricians are often asked: "Is it possible to walk with a child with fever?" This question is especially popular in the cold season, when children are more susceptible to infectious…

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What is the danger of vitamin C deficiency?
Frequent headaches, chronic fatigue, high irritability, especially in combination with bleeding gums, may indicate a lack of vitamin C. Therefore, do not rush to take an analgesic. You may need…

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Guide to how to temper properly
Regular colds, chills from the cold, fear of even the slightest draft - all this speaks of the low protective functions of the body. However, do not shrug - what…

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Dental caries in children: causes, stages and treatment

Caries is a tooth injury that can occur with a child even at the time of teething. As practice shows, up to seven years this dental disease is detected in 80% of patients. Unfortunately, this indicator is growing every year. This is due to the fact that the enamel of the child’s teeth is not yet fully formed and cannot fully resist microorganisms that destroy children’s teeth. Early caries develops very quickly and leads to unpleasant consequences if treatment is not started in advance. But many moms and dads continue to ignore this problem.

Tooth decay in children

Caries is the destruction of the tooth, which begins with the dissolution of the mineral substances that make up its composition, due to which cavities form, or, as we are used to call it, “holes”.

Despite the fact that we were convinced that the main cause of caries is sweet, this is not entirely true. The main factor causing caries is microorganisms. These bacteria form acids on the enamel of the tooth acid, which lead to the “leaching” of minerals. Continue reading

Molluscum contagiosum. What does it look like and how to treat it

Molluscum contagiosum – a bundle of light pink color with a depression in the center, similar to a human navel. It is localized on the skin, rarely affects the mucous parts of the body, but never affects the internal organs. Molluscum contagiosum is a viral infection caused by one of the smallpox viruses. Most often observed in children from 1 to 10 years. This is a hot topic for many parents, as the virus is transmitted through bodily contact. Accordingly, the child can get the virus on the street, in kindergarten, school. Let’s see how you can treat the disease, and how not to, and whether treatment is necessary at all.

Signs of molluscum contagiosum

First, make sure that it is definitely a molluscum contagiosum. Its sizes are from 1 to 5 mm, sometimes it can reach 15 mm. Sometimes the diameter can be within 1 centimeter. They have a semicircular shape, and the color can be pale pink or flesh. Nodules protrude slightly above the surface of the skin. At first they are dense and flat, but over time they become softer and become spherical. In the center, you can notice not only a characteristic dimple, but also an accumulation of white fluid that comes out if pressed. The incubation period lasts from 2 weeks to several months. On the body, you can find one formation, and maybe 2, up to 10 pieces. Continue reading

Scarlet fever in a child: symptoms and treatment

Symptoms of scarlet fever in a child should be known to every parent. This is an infectious disease that causes group A beta-hemolytic streptococcus (GABA). I advise you to take this diagnosis seriously. This disease is insidious, do not take it lightly! Scarlet fever in a child can occur in a mild form, and bring the patient minor inconvenience. But it can manifest in severe form, which threatens with complications.

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What parents should know about scarlet fever.
Symptoms of scarlet fever in children.
Treatment of scarlet fever in a child.
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Diphtheria
Diphtheria is an acute, life-threatening, infectious disease. Children aged 3–7 years are most susceptible to it; in recent years, the incidence of adolescents and adults has increased. Diphtheria is an…

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Guide to how to temper properly
Regular colds, chills from the cold, fear of even the slightest draft - all this speaks of the low protective functions of the body. However, do not shrug - what…

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9 important symptoms of iodine deficiency
Nature took great care of man, making it possible to make up for the deficiency of nutrients from food, the environment, and water. However, people did not appreciate this gift.…

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Why does pancreatitis develop in adults and children
After a plentiful feast, acute pain can sometimes appear right in the hypochondrium, excruciating vomiting. Such symptoms most often indicate the development of pancreatitis. What is a disease? And what…

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