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When a child is ill, it’s no laughing matter! Drugs sometimes provide valuable help, but it’s important to determine the optimal dose.
There’s a lot of information available about breastfeeding. How can you distinguish between true and false so you can offer the very best to your baby?
Here are a few examples of some common myths about breastfeeding, followed by explanations for the purpose of clarifying the issue.
Characterized by a feeling of irritation caused by excess acidity in the stomach, heartburn can be a huge inconvenience. Symptoms often appear after eating big meals or ingesting acidic, spicy or fatty foods, and can be an indicator of gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD).
Mother’s milk is the best choice for your growing newborn. It contains all the nutrients necessary to ensure healthy development, including antibodies to protect your baby against infectious and chronic illness. It’s the only nutrition your child needs for the first six months.
Whether or not your medications are prescribed, they should never be taken at the same time unless your doctor or pharmacist gives you the green light.
Why do generic drugs cost less? Are they as effective as brand-name drugs? Let’s shed some light on the subject.