Pediatric Illnesses and Injuries
Despite your best efforts at prevention, kids still get sick and injured. It can be scary as a parent living in a place that has a lot of strange diseases. Google makes it worse because the health articles are not written for your limited resource setting. The purpose of this section is to help you know what you can do from home and when to go to the clinic if your child gets sick or injured. If you are moving to a new home in a limited resource setting, I encourage you to do some research. Find a clinic that you trust, where you can take your child if he or she gets sick or injured.
Does your child have a cough, runny nose, or itchy watery eyes that are worse certain times of the year?
Each baby arrives into your family with their own little personality, wants, and needs. Until a baby can talk, they express their needs through crying. Here are some things you can do to help your crying baby. First, realize that crying is normal, especially in the first few months of life. As your baby grows andContinue reading “Crying Baby”
Families raising children in Africa should deworm every 6 months.
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