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Viral cervical adenitis is a common condition in children. It happens when a virus that enters the body through the nose or mouth causes lymph nodes in the neck to swell. Here's what you need to know about care and treatment for this condition.
These guidelines are based on the recommendations of the American Academy of Pediatrics.
To keep your child healthy, he or she should receive the recommended childhood vaccines or immunizations. Many vaccines are given in a series of doses over a certain period of time. To be protected, your child needs each dose at the right time. Vaccines may cause mild side effects. Talk with your healthcare provider about the risks and benefits of vaccines.
Detailed information on chronic venous insufficiency, including causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment.
Viral conjunctivitis is a common infection of the eye. It is very contagious. The most common symptoms include redness, discharge from the eye, swollen eyelids, and a gritty or scratchy feeling in the eye.
Your child has been diagnosed with croup. This makes it hard for your child to talk and breathe. Here's how to care for your child at home.
Violence in the workplace can have many roots. An employee may feel threatened if his or her job seems at risk. Personal problems can make workplace conflict more likely. Read below to learn the warning signs and find out what to do if violence happens.
The biggest concern with diarrhea is dehydration. This sheet can help you take care of yourself while you are ill.
The biggest concern with diarrhea in a baby is dehydration. This sheet can help you care for your baby while he or she is ill.
Here's what to eat and drink for the first few days after you've had vomiting or diarrhea.