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  • Bronchiolitis (RSV)

    A viral infection of the smallest airways in the lungs. Wheezing is the main symptom. Average age for getting bronchiolitis is 6 months (Range: birth to 2 years).

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  • Bruises

    Bruises to the skin anywhere on the body. Bruises are bleeding into the skin from damaged blood vessels

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  • Burns

    Burns to the skin. A burn is a heat, chemical or electrical injury to the skin

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  • Canker Sores

    Painful, shallow ulcers (sores) on the inner lips or cheeks. Not caused by an infection

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  • Cellulitis

    A bacterial infection of the skin. Main symptom is spreading redness that is painful to the touch

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  • Chalazion (Lump on Eyelid)

    A chalazion is a lump in the middle of the eyelid. It’s caused by a blocked off oil gland.

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  • Chest Pain - Sore Muscles

    Pain or discomfort in the chest wall from muscle overuse.

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  • Chickenpox

    Chickenpox is a viral rash all over the body

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  • Circumcision Problems

    A circumcision is the removal of most of the male foreskin. Questions about caring for the normal circumcised penis in a baby boy.

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  • Cold Sores (Fever Blisters)

    Sores on the outer lip caused by the herpes virus. Sores tend to recur

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  • Colds (Age 0-5)

    The common cold is a viral infection of the nose and throat. Main symptoms are a runny nose and sore throat.

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  • Colds (Age 6-21)

    The common cold is a viral infection of the nose and throat. Main symptoms are a runny nose and sore throat.

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  • Colic (Crying Baby)

    A baby less than 3 months old with excessive crying. Crying is the only symptom and baby is normal when not crying.

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  • Constipation (Age 1-5)

    Can’t pass a stool or pain (crying) when passing a stool. Can’t pass a stool after straining or pushing longer than 10 minutes. Passes stools infrequently. Pass stools every 3 days or longer.

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  • Constipation (Age 6-21)

    Can’t pass a stool or pain (crying) when passing a stool. Can’t pass a stool after straining or pushing longer than 10 minutes. Passes stools infrequently. Pass stools every 3 days or longer.

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  • Constipation (Baby)

    Can’t pass a stool or pain (crying) when passing a stool. Can’t pass a stool after straining or pushing longer than 10 minutes. Passes stools infrequently. Your child is less than 1 year old.

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  • Constipation - Bowel Cleanout for Stool Impaction

    A bowel cleanout is a medical treatment plan ordered by your doctor. It is used for emptying out the rectum and colon (lower bowel).

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  • Contact Dermatitis - Allergic

    Red itchy area of the skin from contact with an allergic substance

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  • Contact Dermatitis - Irritant

    Red area of the skin from contact with an irritant

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  • Cough - Allergic

    Cough caused by pollens or other allergic substances.

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  • Cough - Symptom (Age 0-5)

    A cough is the sound made when the cough reflex clears the lungs. It helps protect the lungs from infections. A coughing fit or spell is over 5 minutes of nonstop coughing. Coughs can be dry (no mucus) or wet (with mucus).

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  • Cough - Symptom (Age 6-21)

    A cough is the sound made when the cough reflex clears the lungs. It helps protect the lungs from infections. A coughing fit or spell is over 5 minutes of nonstop coughing. Coughs can be dry (no mucus) or wet (with mucus)

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  • Cough - Viral (Age 0-5)

    Viral infection of the lower airway (the bronchi) that go to the lungs. This is the most common cause of a cough in children. Medical names are viral bronchitis, lower respiratory infection, LRI

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  • Cough - Viral (Age 6-21)

    Viral infection of the lower airway (the bronchi) that go to the lungs. This is the most common cause of a cough in children. Medical names are viral bronchitis, lower respiratory infection, LRI

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  • Coughs and Colds: Medicines or Home Remedies?

    Every parent wants to help their child get over cough and cold symptoms. You could buy a non-prescription cough and cold medicine. Or you could turn to some home remedies. Which is better?

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  • Cracked Skin (Feet)

    Cracked skin on the toes or feet

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  • Cracked Skin (Hands)

    Cracked skin on the fingers or hand

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  • Cradle Cap

    A scaly rash on the scalp that starts in newborns.

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  • Croup

    Croup is an infection of the voicebox (larynx) caused by a virus.

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  • Cuts and Scrapes

    Cut or scrape injuries to the skin anywhere on the body

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  • Diaper Rash

    Any rash on the skin covered by a diaper. Diaper-wearing age group (birth to 3 years).

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  • Diarrhea (Age 1-5)

    Diarrhea is the sudden increase in the number and looseness of stools. Diarrhea means 2 or more watery stools. Reason: a few loose stools can be normal with changes in diet. Most diarrhea is caused by a viral infection of the intestines.

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  • Diarrhea (Age 6-21)

    Diarrhea is the sudden increase in the number and looseness of stools. Diarrhea means 2 or more watery stools. Reason: a few loose stools can be normal with changes in diet. Most diarrhea is caused by a viral infection of the intestines.

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  • Diarrhea (Baby on Breastmilk)

    Diarrhea is the sudden increase in the number and looseness of stools. Diarrhea means 2 or more watery or very loose stools. Reason: 1 loose stool can be normal with changes in diet. Most diarrhea is caused by a viral infection of the intestines.

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  • Diarrhea (Baby on Formula)

    Diarrhea is the sudden increase in the number and looseness of stools. Diarrhea means 2 or more watery or very loose stools. Reason: 1 loose stool can be normal with changes in diet. Most diarrhea is caused by a viral infection of the intestines.

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