Never take it lightly if your child has a fever, flu, cough, or stomach ache because, with an underdeveloped immune system, children are vulnerable to the threat of infectious diseases.
The HFMD and Chickenpox viruses are spread through close contact or contact with infected children, and also through contaminated objects and surfaces.
Since the varicella virus is highly contagious, act as soon as you know that you or your children have been exposed to the virus. Contact your doctor immediately for advice on what precautions to take.
Chickenpox is a common disease that affects children. The virus that causes chickenpox is known as varicella virus, the same virus that causes shingles.
We’re here to remind you how important vaccination or immunisation is for your children to help protect them from vaccine-preventable diseases.
Parents should start asking their doctors about the right age to get the varicella vaccine.
Rotavirus infection is a common gastrointestinal disease that can occur in infants and young children. This virus causes diarrhoea, vomiting, fever, and abdominal pain.
Some people might recall from childhood that their "rite of passage” would be outbreaks of chickenpox in school.
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