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Young Boy With A Nosebleed

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Nosebleeds

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Nosebleeds in Children What Causes Nosebleeds? Nosebleeds are common in young children. While they can be quite alarming, there is usually no reason for you to panic. Most of the time, they are not due to a serious condition. Your child’s nasal lining is still quite delicate as they are still growing, therefore they tend

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Baby Listening to Some Music

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Hearing

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Baby & Children Hearing Development The following information has been prepared to help you monitor behavioural responses of your child’s hearing ability. The checklist indicates behaviours that are age appropriate for the detection of hearing loss. In addition, a list of what you can do to help your child learn to speak and to use

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Bronchiolitis/Bronchitis

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Bronchiolitis/Bronchitis

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Bronchiolitis/Bronchitis What is Bronchiolitis/Bronchitis? Bronchiolitis or bronchitis is an infection of the respiratory tract or airways leading to the lungs. While bronchiolitis is common in young children below the age of 1, bronchitis presents more in older children and adults. What Causes Bronchiolitis/Bronchitis? Bronchiolitis is caused by viruses similar to those in a common cold.

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Asthma

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Asthma

February 27, 2020 By Kids Clinic 0

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Asthma What is Asthma? Asthma is a respiratory condition in which the airway narrows and swells, and produces extra mucus which makes breathing difficult. This can result in wheezing, experiencing shortness of breath and even chest tightness. A severe asthma attack can be life-threatening. What Causes Asthma? Asthma sufferers have inflamed bronchial tubes that are

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