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Acid Reflux In Babies: Signs And Treatment Options

Most babies spit up after eating, but a baby should not spit up everything he or she eats. When a baby does this, it can mean that he or she has acid reflux. If you are concerned with the way your baby is spitting up, you should schedule an appointment with a pediatrician. The pediatrician can help you determine what is causing this and how to treat it. Signs of acid reflux Read More 

When Your Food-Related Discomfort Is More Than A Fluke: Signs To Watch For

When you go out to eat or eat a home-cooked meal, there is always a chance (however small) that you will experience a reaction to it. The reaction could be due to a virus, under-cooking, stress, over-eating, or any number of routine issues. However, there are times when your food-related discomfort is more than just a one-time fluke. There are times when the issue is due to allergies. Food allergies can cause various symptoms and may worsen over time or even develop seemingly out of nowhere. Read More 

3 Reasons MRI Is A Useful Imaging Test For Inflammatory Arthritis

X-ray is frequently used in the early stages of inflammatory arthritis as a diagnostic tool and in the latter stages to view the progression of joint damage. Although x-rays are inexpensive and can show certain types of damage, they are not always the best option.  Better Diagnostic Tool Since there are several forms of arthritis, it can be difficult to differentiate between them if you do not have a textbook presentation. Read More 

Learning More About Your Child And Familial Mediterranean Fever

When your child experiences symptoms of illness, you may start to panic if you are unsure about the reasons why. Your worries may be even greater if you have visited your child's pediatrician and you get no answers about issues like recurring fever and joint pain. However, if your child is from a Middle Eastern and Mediterranean descent, learning more a disease called Familial Mediterranean Fever (FMF) is a good idea, especially if recurring fever is a chronic symptom in your child. Read More 

What Are The Alternatives When Your Baby Is Allergic To Cow Milk?

If your baby has cow's milk allergy, then you are probably concerned about your baby eating. Cow's milk allergy is an unusual reaction by your immune system to the protein found in cow's milk. An allergic reaction may cause your baby to have diarrhea, bloody stools, abdominal pain or vomiting. If you want to prevent your child from experiencing these symptoms, then you need to remove cow's milk protein from his or her diet. Read More 

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