Category Childhood illnesses

Tips to quarantine for coronavirus with children at home
Childhood illnesses

Tips to quarantine for coronavirus with children at home

Due to the rapid spread of the coronavirus virus or COVID 19, the population of different countries is being asked to remain in quarantine in the event of any symptoms. It is an exceptional average that is causing many inquiries to the population, hence from Guinfantil.com we want to provide you with some tips to quarantine for coronavirus at home.

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Childhood illnesses

How to prevent the spread of the coronavirus from children at school

The spread of the coronavirus is causing events to be canceled worldwide where the agglomeration of people is expected. A measure that tries to avoid the spread of this disease. This fact has caused the alarm to have jumped among some parents who see in the return to school or in the late school year a risk that their child may contract this virus when many students attend the same class.
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Childhood illnesses

Tips to improve and strengthen the immune system of children

The immune system is vital for our body and more so in the infant stage. When I refer to the immune system, I am talking about the body's defense system and I cannot help but imagine millions of cells in our body, as well as many organs, carrying shields and swords to defend us from the microorganisms that want to attack us and that can produce many diseases if that defense system is weak or does not work.
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Childhood illnesses

What children can eat after appendicitis surgery

Appendicitis is a disease that cannot be prevented and that no child is safe from suffering from it. Knowing the causes that produce it, the signs that can alert us to a blockage of the appendix and, in turn, what the recovery of children is like is vital. These are the foods that children can eat after an operation for appendicitis.
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Childhood illnesses

What is Lyme disease, how is it spread, and how to treat it

Have you heard of Lyme disease? It is a bacterial infection caused by the bite of a tick infected with a bacteria. This bacteria contaminates the tick and, when it bites humans, it can cause Lyme disease. Although the incidence is very low (only 1 to 3 of the people who are bitten by this tick can contract the disease) it is the main disease caused by ticks.
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Childhood illnesses

Bronchiolitis in children and babies

Bronchiolitis in children and babies is an acute respiratory disease, common in the first years of life, in which the bronchioles, the terminal part of the bronchi, are affected. To prevent this disease in infants and children, pediatricians emphasize prolonged breastfeeding, pay attention to the main symptoms of bronchiolitis in children and infants.
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Childhood illnesses

Tests to know if a child is celiac

Celiac disease is not an allergy or food intolerance, but is an autoimmune disease that affects approximately 1 of the population, although many of these patients are not diagnosed or are not correctly diagnosed, since several of the symptoms of celiac disease they can be confused with other diseases of the gastrointestinal tract such as irritable bowel (or colon) syndrome.
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Childhood illnesses

Forbidden and allowed foods for children with Crohn's disease

Crohn's disease is a chronic inflammatory process of unknown origin that can affect any part of the digestive tract, although it tends to focus on the final part of the small intestine or the large intestine. Unfortunately, as it is a chronic disease, it can appear on multiple occasions throughout life, which is why it is important to have the correct dietary guidelines.
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Childhood illnesses

Flu in children. When to go to the pediatrician?

In general, the flu is not a serious illness. Children have a fever, runny nose, cough, sore throat, headache, muscle aches, vomiting, and / or diarrhea. They spend a regular week, but in the end they heal without problems. However, sometimes the flu can be complicated, especially in younger children, and in those with chronic underlying diseases, such as asthma or immunodeficiencies.
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Childhood illnesses

Seasonal Flu in Babies and Children

Seasonal flu is characterized by a small annual mutation of the Influenza virus. The onset of this disease can be prevented with the administration of a vaccine to patients belonging to risk groups (children, the elderly and adults with heart disease, diabetes, weak immune systems.
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