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Congenital Spherocytosis

Hereditary spherocytosis (HS) is an inherited red blood cell disorder. In North America, HS affects 1 in 5000 births.  It is the most common cause of inherited chronic hemolysis, which is the breakdown of red blood cells. HS occurs because of mutations in the genes involved in making the red bl...
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Influenza – Flu

As per the CDC, 187 children died during the 2017-2018 flu season and 143 children died during the 2018-2019 flu season, so far 54 children have died in 2019-2020 flu season ending January 18, 2020 . Due to underreporting, the actual number may be up to 600. According to the CDC, 6000 to 26,000 chil...
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Hives (urticaria)

Hives are raised, itchy, pink bumps or patches that can measure anywhere from 1 to several inches in diameter and can appear anywhere on the body. Usually they are caused by exposure to an allergen/trigger such as certain foods, scents, plants erektildysfunksjon no, animals, medications, etc. Someti...
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Sleep and your baby

New parents have so many queries about baby’s sleep like ‘Is it normal for my baby waking several times at night? How come he can’t sleep on his own? When will he sleep through the night?’ If parents can learn more about baby’s sleep characteristics, and with other support, their babies ca...
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