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ALERT! COVID-19 Presents Malaria Symptoms -NCDC Warns

The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) has revealed that tough the coronavirus pandemic also known as COVID-19 presents symptoms similar to malaria such as fever, both diseases are caused by different organisms and differ in mode of transmission. The

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New Symptoms Of Coronavirus To Watch Out For

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is an infectious disease caused by a newly discovered coronavirus. Most people who fall sick with COVID-19 will experience mild to moderate symptoms and recover without special treatment. Based on a review of more than 1,000 patients

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Why Popcorn Can Be Harmful To Your Toddler

Easy to make with its crunchy texture, popcorn remains a favourite snack for most families but there may be some danger in it for your toddler according to experts. The thought of developing a cough, getting popcorn pieces stuck in

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Your Child’s Cough And Its Underlaying Cause

A cough can mean many things and it is good to pay attention to your child’s cough and generally be aware of what to look for.The cough that comes with a runny nose or a sore throat is the one

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When To See The Doctor About Your Child’s Fever

Mark Wealth New parents will be like, “as long as there’s a fever, I’m yelling, DOCTOR!!!” But the fact is that, not every rise in temperature is bad. There are times when a fever actually means the body is getting ready

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Home Remedies For Your Baby’s Fever & When To See A Doctor

Fever in babies can be quite frightening for parents and other caregivers, especially when it is higher than 40 degrees Celsius. It is often a sign your baby is fighting off an illness or infection. Your baby may also be

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How To Treat High Temperature In Children

Fever is very common in young children. In children under five, a fever is considered to be a temperature higher than 37.5C (99.5F). Over 60% of parents with children aged between six months and five years say their child has

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