1. Common health concerns
Fever – While it can be worrying when your child has a fever, it is part of the body’s normal response to fighting infections. Learn more about the steps you can take to help manage your child’s fever.
Coughs and colds – Colds are most common during the winter months and affects children of all ages. It’s worth bearing in mind that colds, and most coughs, are caused by viruses (not bacteria) and hence antibiotics won’t help. Read on for practical tips on taking care of your child’s symptoms.
Earache – Earache and ear infections are common in babies and small children. They often follow a cold. Learn how to recognise the signs and symptoms, and get tips on caring for your child’s ears.