Wellness - Common Illnesses | 4-18 yrs

5 Diseases To Watch Out For During Summers

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Summer season is a wonderful time to be outdoors after the cold, dreary season.

Children love to remain and play outdoors but parents need to take caution. Sometimes, staying out for too long can lead to certain diseases that require urgent medical attention.

Go through this ClipBook to read about 5 diseases to watch out for during summers.

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Heat Stroke

Heat stroke is a potentially serious medical condition where a person has become so hot that their body can't cool down and their temperature gets dangerously high. Heat stroke is diagnosed by observing the signs and symptoms of someone who has be...

Prickly Heat

The condition that we call prickly heat, also known as heat rash, happens to adults and children when sweat becomes trapped under the skin. Prickly heat is sometimes called “sweat rash” or by its diagnostic name, Children tend to be more affected ...

Food Poisoning

Food poisoning, also called foodborne illness, is an illness caused by eating contaminated food. Infectious organisms — including bacteria, viruses and parasites — or their toxins are the most common causes of food poisoning.

Chickenpox

In unimmunized populations, most people contract chickenpox by age 15, the majority between ages 5 and 9, but all ages can contract it. Chickenpox is usually more severe in adults and very young infants than children. Winter and spring are the mos...

Eczema

Rather than a specific health condition, eczema is a reaction pattern that the skin produces in a number of diseases. It begins as red, raised tiny blisters containing a clear fluid atop red, elevated plaques. When the blisters break, the affected...

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