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Understanding Chronic Abdominal Pain in Children: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

Abdominal pain in children is a common concern that can arise from various factors such as intestinal inflammation, bloating, gas, indigestion, or constipation.

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Building Resilience in Children, Prepare them Relocating to a New Country

Moving to a new country is stressful, as exciting as it is. For children, this stress can be amplified. This blog addresses adjustment disorders and how you can foster resilience in your child.

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Why hesitate to get the chickenpox vaccine? – Better consider the best and simplest way to strengthen your immunity than never!

Consider before it’s too late! If you don’t want to catch chickenpox and have blister-like itchy rash all over your entire body, getting the chickenpox vaccine is the answer. Everyone who have never had the disease or never been vaccinated should get the chickenpox vaccine... just 2 shots and you will be guarded for life!

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Protect Your Little One from Rotavirus with a Vaccination

Rotavirus is highly contagious and can affect infants and young children severely. This blog addresses symptoms, transmission routes, treatment and prevention.

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As Temperatures Drop, Health Risks for Children Rise

Each new season brings with it new and different activities for children to enjoy.

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Managing Medications for Children with Asthma

Treating a child’s asthma often requires that they take two types of medication — a quick-relief medication and a maintenance medication, sometimes called controller or long-term control medicine.

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Asthma in Children: What Concerned Parents Should Know

Asthma is the most common chronic illness in children, and its prevalence continues to grow. Recognizing the signs and symptoms can be difficult for parents who suspect their child might be affected.

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Tonsils and Tonsillitis Explained

We hear about tonsils all the time, but what are they really? In simple terms, tonsils are what doctors refer to as lymphoid tissue that sits in the back of the throat. We all have them and they can vary in size. They also can change in size, even more so when we are sick. Typically, lymphoid tissue provides a defense mechanism to assist in fighting infections. As we grow, however, sometimes this function becomes less prominent.

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Child Obesity Becoming a Growing Problem in Thailand

Without even looking at any statistics, it is plain to see that many youngsters in Thailand are super-sized compared to previous generations. What has become a big problem health-wise is only becoming bigger over time.

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