During the toddler and preschool years, you’ll encounter a lot of new symptoms, some serious and some not so serious. Use our guides to educate yourself to recognise when to seek help.
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What suncream is suitable for my toddler?
Your toddler's delicate skin requires the best protection....
What should I do if my child has the winter vomiting...
All about how to deal with the winter vomiting bug...
What is the winter vomiting bug (Norovirus)?
Norovirus is more commonly known as the winter vomiting bug.
When does a cut need stitches?
If a cut is too severe to treat at home then it is important to take your child to A&E or to...
When should I call a doctor for a wound?
The wound should heal itself in a few days. If the wound is painful, you can take painkillers, such...
What is the best way to treat my child's cut or scrape?
Generally speaking, most cuts and grazes are minor and can be easily treated at home.
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