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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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10 Tips to Get Kids to Eat More Veggies

The first generation to be outlived by their parents, that’s the stark warning from medical communities across the globe; with the Nutrition Support Team at Bumrungrad Hospital also reporting a rise in obesity and related health problems in kids.

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Vaccinations Save Lives

Some of the loveliest beaches and scenery exist in Thailand. Flip-flops and swimsuits often seem part of the mandatory attire on or near the beach. And one day while walking along beautiful white sands, you notice a sharp pain in your foot.

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Surgery Team’s 15-year Effort to Heal Children’s Hearts

Fulfilling its community responsibilities has been a guiding principle from Bumrungrad Hospital’s early beginnings.

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Children and Eating Disorders: What to Avoid and What to Get Right

Food is essential for supplying critical nutrients a child needs for proper growth and development. But the wrong kind of food

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5 Important Facts About HPV and the HPV Vaccine

The introduction of the HPV vaccine 13 years ago marked a significant advance in the prevention of cervical cancer and other cancers linked to the human papillomavirus.

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