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What are the symptoms?

Sooner or later every child gets some sort of infection. And when their children get sick, parents need answers. What are the symptoms? How can I help my child feel better? When should I call the doctor?

To learn more about childhood infections and at least one internet resource available to help parents, search www.kidshealth.org to answer the following questions about these childhood infections. (www.healthychildren.org may also be helpful) Otitis Media 1. What are the symptoms and causes of this condition? How does it differ from external otitis? Why are children more susceptible to this condition than adults? What are some of the potential complications?

2.Why are breast-fed children less susceptible to otitis media than formula-fed children? 3.State at least two reasons. When should a doctor be called? What is the standard treatment for this condition? What can be done if the condition persists? Conjunctivitis 4. What are the symptoms and causes of this condition? Why are children more susceptible to this condition than adults? What are some of the potential complications? 5.What steps can be taken to help prevent conjunctivitis? 6.When should a doctor be called?

What is the standard treatment for this condition? What can be done if the condition persists? Oral Candidiasis (Oral Thrush) 13. What are the signs and symptoms of this condition? What causes it? How common is it during infancy? 14.Is this condition contagious? How can it be prevented? How is it treated? 15.How dangerous is candidiasis to a child’s overall health and well-being?