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Hay Fever.

Hay fever very often starts at puberty, but a significant number of younger children suffer from it too. In the last years, there is also an increase in the number of children and adults suffering from hay fever. This may be due to the fact of the general increase in allergies from environmental pollutants over […]

Fevers.

Fever is indicated by rise in body temperature. Normal body temperature is below 37C. Temperature of up to 39C and 40C can occur with infections. Children may look hot, with flushed cheeks. They may be hot to touch. Some children with high fever will show normal level of energy. With some very high fevers the […]