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  • Baby Ills & Conditions | BluePrint for Health - This Web site's health-related information and resources are not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice or for the care that patients receive from their physicians. Any advice or information posted on BluePrint for Health does not in any way reflect, or otherwise imply, that coverage is available under your health plan.

  • Children's Health at Doernbecher - Child Health AZ -  of postmaturity may resemble other conditions or medical ... baby may include: checking for respiratory problems related to meconium
    Pediatrics - Site Index - Asthma. Croup. Upper Respiratory Infection (URI, or Common Cold). Influenza. ... Fevers. Measuring a Baby's Temperature. ... Heat-Related Illness. Mental Health Conditions.

  • RSV (Respiratory Syncytial Virus) | Principal Health News - In most babies and young children, respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is no more troublesome than a cold, although it's caused by a different type of virus. But it's also the most common cause of two lung disorders, bronchiolitis and pneumonia, in babies between the ages of 2 and 7 months.

  • Respiratory Conditions in Childhood - Croup, bronchiolitis and other respiratory conditions are common in children under two years. Asthma is also a common condition that affects about one in four Australian children.

  • Transient tachypnea of the newborn (TTN) - This article provides information, aimed at new parents, about Transient Tachypnea of the Newborn (TTN), a lung condition that prevents the baby from taking in oxygen properly.

  • Your Baby Today - The key to child safety, both in and around the house, is to prevent injuries and accidents from happening. Here's a list of things to do and products to buy to make sure every room in your house is baby friendly.

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