The baby keeps running a fever with no other symptoms. What could it be?
A review of articles dealing with a new way to measure bilirubin in infants, the effect of acetametaphen in relieving pain, and the importance of vaccines to prevent meningitis and whooping cough.
Medications such as Acetaminophen and Ibuprofen are often recommended for fever or pain relief for infants and children. There have been some recent important changes in these recommendations and dosages. Parents need to be very cautious since these medications can be dangerous if given improperly.
Due to the large volume of phone calls from our patients regarding FEVER, we will be running this article again! This is a topic that needs to be addressed every cold weather season. It is time for a clearer understanding of the topic of elevated body temperature.
Symptoms for Roseola are not always fool proof.
No parent WANTS to send their sick child to day care or school, but all parents know that sometimes you HAVE to. If all sick children had to stay home, parents would likely almost never get to work and kids would miss much of their education.
Dr. Livingston looks at steps you can take to deal with the flu.
Dr. Cox puts together the essentials every parent should had when traveling.
Useful information about fevers, including how a child with a fever of 102 degrees can be sicker than a child with a fever of 105 degrees.
Here are some basic facts about the flue than everyone should know.
A look at why a newborn with a slight fever may need to be treated with antibiotics.
Dr. Theriot answers a patient's question about febrile seizures.