The mother warns the parents that the baby has a brain injury after swallowing a water bead

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WATER BEAD WARNING – Folicia Mitchell, a Maine mother, is warning others about a popular children’s toy after her baby nearly died after accidentally swallowing a piece of the product. A pediatrician and others also weigh in. Continue reading…

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If the children have a low fever and feel well, i.e. they are playing or drinking fluids, "It is okay not to treat a fever with antipyretics or fever medicines such as acetaminophen or ibuprofen," said Dr.  Darshan Patel, chief of pediatric emergency medicine at Maria Fareri Children's Hospital in New York.

If children have a low-grade fever and are feeling well, meaning they’re playing or drinking fluids, “it’s okay not to treat the fever with antipyretics or fever medicines like acetaminophen or ibuprofen,” said Dr. Darshan Patel, chief of pediatric emergency medicine at Maria Fareri Hospital in New York.
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“A SMOKE-FREE FUTURE” – This country has banned future generations from buying tobacco for life under strict anti-tobacco laws. Continue reading…

FORMULA RECALL – A The baby formula brand has recalled some of its batches due to possible cross-contamination. Here’s what parents need to know. Continue reading…

Five batches of a certain infant formula were recalled "due to the potential for cross-contamination with Cronobacter sakazakii," according to a notice published by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Five lots of a certain infant formula were recalled “due to the potential for cross-contamination with Cronobacter sakazakii,” according to a notice issued by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
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