I think something that petrifies any parent is seeing their little ones struggling to breathe. Exploring is something all kids do. Putting things in their mouths is a necessity and no matter how hard we try to make things safe as parents, kids will find things floating around that they can swallow that you just wont see. Continue reading “What to do if your child chokes!”
One of the most common eye conditions we see in general practice is conjunctivitis. If you have had a child, the chances are that your kid has had a bout of this annoying eye condition.
The conjunctiva is a thin clear layer that covers the sclera “the white part of the eye” and the inner Continue reading “Conjunctivitis”
Measles is making a comeback and it has recently been in the news. What better way to tackle the topic than to do another question and answer blog post.
Q. What is Measles? Continue reading “Measles”
One of the most common conditions we see in general practice is Roseola Infantum or 6th disease. It’s a mild illness characterised by high fevers that subside leaving a nice blotchy red rash all over your baby’s body.
It’s caused by a virus in the herpes family Continue reading “Roseola Infantum”