During the summer, kids come in contact with the outdoors quite often, which can be cause for infections, sunburn, or allergies. Calamine lotion is a typical fix for itching (from insect bites, for example), although more persistent cases should be dealt with by a dermatologist.
At the onset, dengue comes with headaches, joint and muscle pains, fever, and rashes. It usually lasts between two to seven days, during which close attention must be paid to the child’s platelet count. If you suspect your child has this disease, bring him immediately to the hospital for close monitoring.
4. Food poisoning.
Eating bacteria-laden food can result in several painful symptoms—nausea, stomachaches, vomiting, diarrhea, headaches, and gastroenteritis. Food poisoning typically lasts hours to a few days. Make sure your child gets enough vitamins - a strong constitution can help fight off bacteria.
Protect your child from contracting this virus by making sure he stays away from those who are sick. Also be aware of the regularly scheduled vaccinations your pediatrician offers. Stick to the classic cure of rest, and liquids; and call on your doctor to ensure you’re giving the right type of medicine.