For a list of common queries and frequently asked questions, the NHSUK website is a great place to start. This will help you decide if you can manage your child's problem at home, through the chemist or if you need to see your GP.
In this day and age where the World Wide Web is so easily accessible, Internet safety is hugely important. This is not just for their safety in regards to accessing unsuitable material online or issues encountering strangers, but also the time spent on various devices and how it can affect sleep pattern and mood.
TB (tuberculosis) is an infectious disease that usually affects the lungs, although it can affect any part of the body.
Allergies, although very common, can sometimes become exacerbated and very serious. There are blood tests that can determine exactly what allergies your child has.
We all worry about our children's development, below are some good links if you're concerned about your child's speech and language or literacy development.
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