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Common remedies for Cold and Flu

There is no cure for common cold and flu since these are viral infections. Most people prefer treating a cold using over-the-counter (OTC) drugs. Age-old home remedies are also very prevalent for finding relief from cold and flu symptoms. But when cold strikes, it is important to know what OTC cold & flu tablets are most effective for different

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How to treat high cholesterol in children

Cholesterol is produced inside human bodies by the liver for various functions that it is needed for. Extra cholesterol is added to the body with the intake of different foods that are rich in fats. A minimum amount of cholesterol is important for a child to be healthy and function well. It helps in forming the hormones within the body. For childre

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Here’s why gluten-free food could help children with autism

Autism is a long-term or even lifelong developmental disability that basically affects how the patient relates and communicates with the world around him. Parents of children suffering from autism can help them lead a healthy life by providing them a motivational, stress-less, growth-oriented environment to live in. Here are a few tips that could h

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Different types of pediatric liver diseases

Liver diseases can affect children of a particular age and sometimes infants also. This condition is commonly known as pediatric liver diseases and children have also known to suffer from severe conditions which required liver transplants to tackle the associated health complications.The liver is a unique organ in your body which can survive with a

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4 useful tips to treatment of atopic dermatitis in children

Dermatitis, which can also be called eczema, is the inflammation of the skin in the form of rashes, infections, and itchiness. While the condition may last only for a short time, the rash may appear in the form of blisters. In the absence or lack of dermatitis medication, the skin may become thickened. However, this thickness may vary in different

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