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Practical advice on childhood diseases directly from paediatricians. Here you will find the popular Acute Guide to Symptoms and articles on all common and important illnesses in children and babies. Then, in turn, there are articles about infections in children, diseases that cause rashes, allergies, diseases that affect breathing, blood diseases, diseases of the brain, blood, bowel and stomach.

Children's symptom guides

Rashes and red spots in children - an image guide
Rashes and red spots in children - an image guide

Facts and advice about rashes and red spots in children. With pictures directly from paediatricians. When your child gets a rash or red spots, you of course wonder why. As a pediatrician, I can sometimes…

Liquid replacement for children - recipes to prevent dehydration at home
Liquid replacement for children - recipes to prevent dehydration at home

Fluid replacement is indispensable when the children are sick, especially in the case of stomach ailments. Fluid replacement prevents dehydration and fluid deficiency in children. You can make your own liquid replacement after baby ...

Baby poo - what is normal? Green or slimy poo - what does it mean?
Baby poo - what is normal? Green or slimy poo - what does it mean?

A baby poo always raises questions. Is green poo a sign of disease? Should a baby have yellow poo? Can an infant have slimy poo? Here you can learn everything you need to know about baby…

Febrile seizures or chills in children
Febrile seizures or chills in children

Febrile seizures affect about one in twenty children at some time during infancy. It is most common between 6 months and 5 years of age. Febrile seizures are very scary for the parent, but so…

Fever in Children- a paediatricians guide
Fever in Children- a paediatricians guide

Facts and advice on fever in children - direct from paediatricians. For many parents, the 40-degree fever is a magical limit. For a pediatrician, there are no magic temperature limits. Here you will read about what to do when the child has a fever and how to distinguish dangerous fevers from harmless ones.

Pain in the chest of children - is it the heart?
Pain in the chest of children - is it the heart?

Many children come to the ER every week with chest pain. The parents, and often the children, are worried that the child has a heart disease. For adults, especially middle-aged and older…

Baby with a common cold - how to comfort and help
Baby with a common cold - how to comfort and help

The first time you as a parent have to take care of a baby with a cold comes with many questions. What to do? Will your baby cope with this? And it's probably not RS virus ... As a pediatrician, j ...

Frantic or strained breathing - guide when your child has difficulty breathing
Frantic or strained breathing - guide when your child has difficulty breathing

Children who have frantic breathing, strained breathing or find it difficult to breathe are a large and important group for the pediatric nurse to care for. Many have a cold or asthma, others have croup . Some have…

Lumps behind the ear, on the throat or in the neck of children
Lumps behind the ear, on the throat or in the neck of children

Have you noticed a lump behind the ear, throat or neck of your child? Maybe it's a lymph node, but should it really be there for so long? Can the lumps be something dangerous? To group ...

Poor growth in children - investigate and interpret a growth curve
Poor growth in children - investigate and interpret a growth curve

Suspicion of poor growth is common within children. In some way, the child has not followed their growth curve. As a paediatrician, I investigate many cases of poor weight gain, poor height growth and…

Coughs in children - a guide on diseases and home remedies
Coughs in children - a guide on diseases and home remedies

Coughs protect the lungs from infections. In principle, all healthy children who catch a cold are coughing. It is good, and an important part of the body's protection against infections. Coughing up mucus and viruses that can…

Recurrent fever and infections in children - a poor immune system?
Recurrent fever and infections in children - a poor immune system?

How often can a child be sick without a reason? Are recurrent fever and infections indicative of poor immune system? Many parents ask this question, not least forward ...

Blisters in the mouths of children
Blisters in the mouths of children

Several viral diseases can cause blisters in the mouths of children. A single blister, often called aphthas, need not cause much trouble. But diseases with blisters throughout the entire mouth and throat can cause fright…

Infections

Whooping cough- symptoms, how it sounds, tests and treatment
Whooping cough- symptoms, how it sounds, tests and treatment

Facts and advice on whooping cough. Direct from paediatricians. Standing next to a little baby with severe whooping cough is among the most worrysome thing I have ever been…

Borrelia in children - symptoms and treatment
Borrelia in children - symptoms and treatment

Late summer and early fall are the high season for borrelia, a tick-borne bacterial disease that can cause symptoms from the skin, nervous system and joints. Round red ring growing = skin…

TBE in children - symptoms, infection, treatment
TBE in children - symptoms, infection, treatment

What is TBE? Facts and advice about TBE in children. TBE is an abbreviation for Tick-Borne Encephalitis, or tick-borne meningitis. The virus usually infects us through tick bites, but k…

Measles - symptoms, infection, treatment
Measles - symptoms, infection, treatment

Facts and advice on measles. Direct from paediatricians. Measles is one of the world's most contagious diseases. The disease is unusual in Sweden, thanks to the vaccination. The measles was almost extinct…

Tick bites in children - how to remove  ticks, signs of lyme disease and TBE
Tick bites in children - how to remove ticks, signs of lyme disease and TBE

Tick bite is a risk to anyone staying in Sweden. Here you can read about how to remove ticks from your child, what diseases the child is at risk from and how to detect them. How s…

Tonsillitis, glandular fever and swollen lymph nodes in children
Tonsillitis, glandular fever and swollen lymph nodes in children

Throat and glandular fever are two throat infections in children where the lymph nodes on the throat become very swollen. The symptoms are fever, slurred speech, difficulty swallowing and quite often bad breath…

Inflammation of the ears in children - symptoms and treatment
Inflammation of the ears in children - symptoms and treatment

Facts and advice on ear infections direct from paediatricians. Symptoms of ear inflammation are heat or pain in the ear, fever and poor appetite. Many ear infections self-heal but sometimes ...

Streptococci in children - tonsillitis, strep throat and scarlet fever
Streptococci in children - tonsillitis, strep throat and scarlet fever

Streptococci are bacteria that cause many different common infections in children. Tonsillitis, ear inflammation and swelling can be due to streptococci. Perenial dermatitis as well. Also a…

Rashes and red spots in children - an image guide
Rashes and red spots in children - an image guide

Facts and advice about rashes and red spots in children. With pictures directly from paediatricians. When your child gets a rash or red spots, you of course wonder why. As a pediatrician, I can sometimes…

Stomach flu or winter sickness in children - infection, incubation time
Stomach flu or winter sickness in children - infection, incubation time

Facts and advice about stomach ailments direct from paediatricians. Diarrhea and vomiting in children is almost always due to gastric disease, a viral infection which is also called stomach flu, winter vomiting or gastr ...

Liquid replacement for children - recipes to prevent dehydration at home
Liquid replacement for children - recipes to prevent dehydration at home

Fluid replacement is indispensable when the children are sick, especially in the case of stomach ailments. Fluid replacement prevents dehydration and fluid deficiency in children. You can make your own liquid replacement after baby ...

Brain inflammation or meningitis in children - fever, neck stiffness, neck pain
Brain inflammation or meningitis in children - fever, neck stiffness, neck pain

Brain inflammation or meningitis as it is also called, is a feared infection in children. Bacterial meningitis is life-threatening and requires immediate care. Viral meningitis is so…

Febrile seizures or chills in children
Febrile seizures or chills in children

Febrile seizures affect about one in twenty children at some time during infancy. It is most common between 6 months and 5 years of age. Febrile seizures are very scary for the parent, but so…

Fever in Children- a paediatricians guide
Fever in Children- a paediatricians guide

Facts and advice on fever in children - direct from paediatricians. For many parents, the 40-degree fever is a magical limit. For a pediatrician, there are no magic temperature limits. Here you will read about what to do when the child has a fever and how to distinguish dangerous fevers from harmless ones.

Baby with a common cold - how to comfort and help
Baby with a common cold - how to comfort and help

The first time you as a parent have to take care of a baby with a cold comes with many questions. What to do? Will your baby cope with this? And it's probably not RS virus ... As a pediatrician, j ...

RS virus in infants - symptoms, infection and danger
RS virus in infants - symptoms, infection and danger

RS virus is a cold virus that spreads in the community during the winter season. In principle, all children have had RS virus infection before they are three years old. You get a certain immunity after a thorough ...

Croup or false croup in children - symptoms and treatment
Croup or false croup in children - symptoms and treatment

False body manifests itself as barking cough, often at night, in young children. Sometimes the children have difficulty breathing. The true body, diphtheria, is extinct in Sweden thanks to our excellent child…

Chickenpox in children - infection, course, incubation time
Chickenpox in children - infection, course, incubation time

Chickenpox is a highly contagious viral disease with fever and fluid-filled blisters that affects virtually all unvaccinated children in Sweden. The blisters itch and can be found all over the body. Incubation ...

Influenza in children - symptoms and treatment
Influenza in children - symptoms and treatment

Influenza is a viral disease that in most cases gives up to a week of high fever, cough, cold symptoms and muscle aches (especially in older children and adults). Most children…

Pneumonia in children - symptoms and treatment
Pneumonia in children - symptoms and treatment

Pneumonia, or pneumonia, is an infection with bacteria or viruses in the lungs of children. Children with pneumonia often have a cough and fever, and can also have stomach ache, be tired, lethargic…

Recurrent fever and infections in children - a poor immune system?
Recurrent fever and infections in children - a poor immune system?

How often can a child be sick without a reason? Are recurrent fever and infections indicative of poor immune system? Many parents ask this question, not least forward ...

Sore throats and colds in children
Sore throats and colds in children

Sore throat is a common symptom in children. Often this is due to colds. In case of high fever, sore throat, difficult to swallow and no cough or sniff, you can suspect throat flux. In case of sore throat ...

Stomach flu and breastfeeding

I have had some questions about stomach ailments and breastfeeding, which I was going to answer. You can read more about stomach sickness in general in this post. 1. I breastfeed and got stomach sick, what should I…

Swine pox (impetigo) in children - infection and treatment
Swine pox (impetigo) in children - infection and treatment

Swine fever or impetigo is a bacterial infection of the skin that is common in children. They are often rashes around the mouth or nose of young children. Staphylococci or streptococci are the bacteria that…

Blisters in children - hand foot and mouth disease
Blisters in children - hand foot and mouth disease

Autumn blisters, or hand foot and mouth disease, are a viral disease that causes blisters in the mouth and blisters or dark rashes on the hands and feet. Hence the English term. The Swedish be…

Blisters in the mouths of children
Blisters in the mouths of children

Several viral diseases can cause blisters in the mouths of children. A single blister, often called aphthas, need not cause much trouble. But diseases with blisters throughout the entire mouth and throat can cause fright…

This is how a baby's immune system works - through breastfeeding and antibodies
This is how a baby's immune system works - through breastfeeding and antibodies

Facts about a baby's immune system, antibodies and breastfeeding. Direct from a Professor of Clinical Immunology and Microbiology. Do newborn babies have a functioning immune system or not? What do the antibodies in…

Urinary tract infection (uvi) in children and babies - symptoms and treatment
Urinary tract infection (uvi) in children and babies - symptoms and treatment

Urinary tract infection (often called uvi) is common in infants and also quite common in older children. Urinary tract infection with fever, or renal pelvic inflammation, can be dangerous and needs treatment…

Diseases with rash

Measles - symptoms, infection, treatment
Measles - symptoms, infection, treatment

Facts and advice on measles. Direct from paediatricians. Measles is one of the world's most contagious diseases. The disease is unusual in Sweden, thanks to the vaccination. The measles was almost extinct…

Babies scab - you'll get rid of it
Babies scab - you'll get rid of it

Scab is a completely harmless rash in babies' scalp. It is completely harmless and does not bother the baby, who does not have to see it. If you as a parent want to get rid of your baby's milk sausage, you can read…

Rashes and red spots in children - an image guide
Rashes and red spots in children - an image guide

Facts and advice about rashes and red spots in children. With pictures directly from paediatricians. When your child gets a rash or red spots, you of course wonder why. As a pediatrician, I can sometimes…

Chickenpox in children - infection, course, incubation time
Chickenpox in children - infection, course, incubation time

Chickenpox is a highly contagious viral disease with fever and fluid-filled blisters that affects virtually all unvaccinated children in Sweden. The blisters itch and can be found all over the body. Incubation ...

Nappy eczema, fungus around the buttocks and red baby rash
Nappy eczema, fungus around the buttocks and red baby rash

A red baby tail can be diaper dermatitis, fungus in the buttocks or just hot and humid. Here you can learn how to distinguish diaper dermatitis from fungi, what to do to treat and prevent redness…

Swine pox (impetigo) in children - infection and treatment
Swine pox (impetigo) in children - infection and treatment

Swine fever or impetigo is a bacterial infection of the skin that is common in children. They are often rashes around the mouth or nose of young children. Staphylococci or streptococci are the bacteria that…

Blisters in children - hand foot and mouth disease
Blisters in children - hand foot and mouth disease

Autumn blisters, or hand foot and mouth disease, are a viral disease that causes blisters in the mouth and blisters or dark rashes on the hands and feet. Hence the English term. The Swedish be…

Eczema in children
Eczema in children

Eczema in children is common and consists of dry, red, itchy skin areas. In infants, eczema often sits on the cheeks. With slightly larger children, they move to arm folds and kneecaps and…

Scrubs in children

So when spring comes, the overalls have been adapted to the storage room and the children run with shorts on gravel pitches and lawns, at least our patch storage starts to go in furious t…

Allergy

Baby's milk protein allergy and milk-free formula for infants
Baby's milk protein allergy and milk-free formula for infants

Milk protein allergy, also called cow milk allergy, milk allergy or cow milk protein allergy is a tricky condition that is often suspected in screaming infants. These kids can feel better…

Pollen allergy in children - cunning and runny red eyes
Pollen allergy in children - cunning and runny red eyes

Pollen allergy in children results in runny, itchy red eyes, tingling, sneezing and sometimes asthma. The symptoms occur during the pollen season, which is spring and summer. Pollen season Pollen season b…

Eczema in children
Eczema in children

Eczema in children is common and consists of dry, red, itchy skin areas. In infants, eczema often sits on the cheeks. With slightly larger children, they move to arm folds and kneecaps and…

Prevent allergies by sucking on children's pacifiers!

Last week I wrote about allergies - the phobias of the immune system. There I explain that allergies occur when the body's immune system does not really manage to learn that nuts, or pollen, or labr ...

What is allergy? Read about allergies - the phobias of the immune system

What is allergy really? You will learn this in this article. Our immune system is there to fight off invaders in the body. The immune system has powerful weapons in its ass ...

Breath

Whooping cough- symptoms, how it sounds, tests and treatment
Whooping cough- symptoms, how it sounds, tests and treatment

Facts and advice on whooping cough. Direct from paediatricians. Standing next to a little baby with severe whooping cough is among the most worrysome thing I have ever been…

Baby with a common cold - how to comfort and help
Baby with a common cold - how to comfort and help

The first time you as a parent have to take care of a baby with a cold comes with many questions. What to do? Will your baby cope with this? And it's probably not RS virus ... As a pediatrician, j ...

RS virus in infants - symptoms, infection and danger
RS virus in infants - symptoms, infection and danger

RS virus is a cold virus that spreads in the community during the winter season. In principle, all children have had RS virus infection before they are three years old. You get a certain immunity after a thorough ...

Croup or false croup in children - symptoms and treatment
Croup or false croup in children - symptoms and treatment

False body manifests itself as barking cough, often at night, in young children. Sometimes the children have difficulty breathing. The true body, diphtheria, is extinct in Sweden thanks to our excellent child…

Frantic or strained breathing - guide when your child has difficulty breathing
Frantic or strained breathing - guide when your child has difficulty breathing

Children who have frantic breathing, strained breathing or find it difficult to breathe are a large and important group for the pediatric nurse to care for. Many have a cold or asthma, others have croup . Some have…

Influenza in children - symptoms and treatment
Influenza in children - symptoms and treatment

Influenza is a viral disease that in most cases gives up to a week of high fever, cough, cold symptoms and muscle aches (especially in older children and adults). Most children…

Pneumonia in children - symptoms and treatment
Pneumonia in children - symptoms and treatment

Pneumonia, or pneumonia, is an infection with bacteria or viruses in the lungs of children. Children with pneumonia often have a cough and fever, and can also have stomach ache, be tired, lethargic…

Coughs in children - a guide on diseases and home remedies
Coughs in children - a guide on diseases and home remedies

Coughs protect the lungs from infections. In principle, all healthy children who catch a cold are coughing. It is good, and an important part of the body's protection against infections. Coughing up mucus and viruses that can…

Common cold from asthma in children- symptoms and treatment
Common cold from asthma in children- symptoms and treatment

Cold asthma is common in preschool children. The symptoms are difficult to breathe and very cough, often mucus, when the child is cold. The cough then often sits for many weeks, or a month ...

blood Diseases

Iron deficiency and anemia or anemia in infants, children and adolescents
Iron deficiency and anemia or anemia in infants, children and adolescents

Iron deficiency is the only nutritional deficiency that is fairly common in Swedish children today. The risk of iron deficiency and anemia or anemia is the reason why you should not heal for longer than u…

Diseases of the brain

Skull injuries and concussion when children hit their head
Skull injuries and concussion when children hit their head

Facts and advice on skull injuries and concussion. Directly by pediatricians. Children often fall and hit themselves in the head. Here you will find out how you know when it is calm and when to seek care. And is…

TBE in children - symptoms, infection, treatment
TBE in children - symptoms, infection, treatment

What is TBE? Facts and advice about TBE in children. TBE is an abbreviation for Tick-Borne Encephalitis, or tick-borne meningitis. The virus usually infects us through tick bites, but k…

Measles - symptoms, infection, treatment
Measles - symptoms, infection, treatment

Facts and advice on measles. Direct from paediatricians. Measles is one of the world's most contagious diseases. The disease is unusual in Sweden, thanks to the vaccination. The measles was almost extinct…

Never shake a baby
Never shake a baby

  If you shake a baby violently, the head is thrown back and forth, the blood vessels under the hard cornea are torn off. Then brain bleeding is created which can be very large. This one…

Brain inflammation or meningitis in children - fever, neck stiffness, neck pain
Brain inflammation or meningitis in children - fever, neck stiffness, neck pain

Brain inflammation or meningitis as it is also called, is a feared infection in children. Bacterial meningitis is life-threatening and requires immediate care. Viral meningitis is so…

Febrile seizures or chills in children
Febrile seizures or chills in children

Febrile seizures affect about one in twenty children at some time during infancy. It is most common between 6 months and 5 years of age. Febrile seizures are very scary for the parent, but so…

When a newborn has trouble starting to breathe - does it lack oxygen?

In the mother's stomach, a baby does not need to be able to breathe; When the umbilical cord is cut, this no longer works and the newborn has to start breathing. In most cases…

Pee and poo

Potty training - how to become nappy free and when to stop with nappies
Potty training - how to become nappy free and when to stop with nappies

Facts and advice on potty training and getting the baby diaper-free from pediatricians. Pot training but it is more about creating a routine than a pure workout. It is often a long process to stop bleeding…

Baby poo - what is normal? Green or slimy poo - what does it mean?
Baby poo - what is normal? Green or slimy poo - what does it mean?

A baby poo always raises questions. Is green poo a sign of disease? Should a baby have yellow poo? Can an infant have slimy poo? Here you can learn everything you need to know about baby…

Nappy eczema, fungus around the buttocks and red baby rash
Nappy eczema, fungus around the buttocks and red baby rash

A red baby tail can be diaper dermatitis, fungus in the buttocks or just hot and humid. Here you can learn how to distinguish diaper dermatitis from fungi, what to do to treat and prevent redness…

Peeing - treatment of bed wetting and daytime sweating in children
Peeing - treatment of bed wetting and daytime sweating in children

It is common for children to pee. Most children are expected to be day-dry at age five and night-dry at age 6, but many will be earlier than that. And some later. That ki…

Constipation in children - what helps against hardness in the stomach
Constipation in children - what helps against hardness in the stomach

Constipation, or being hard in the stomach, is a very common problem in children of all ages. The exception is fully caged babies who are rarely constipated. On the other hand, it is common for flakes ...

Urinary tract infection (uvi) in children and babies - symptoms and treatment
Urinary tract infection (uvi) in children and babies - symptoms and treatment

Urinary tract infection (often called uvi) is common in infants and also quite common in older children. Urinary tract infection with fever, or renal pelvic inflammation, can be dangerous and needs treatment…

Stomach

Baby's milk protein allergy and milk-free formula for infants
Baby's milk protein allergy and milk-free formula for infants

Milk protein allergy, also called cow milk allergy, milk allergy or cow milk protein allergy is a tricky condition that is often suspected in screaming infants. These kids can feel better…

Colic in infants - gastric drops, acupuncture, what helps?
Colic in infants - gastric drops, acupuncture, what helps?

Facts and advice on colic from pediatricians and survival tips to colic parents. Infant colic affects between 3 and 30% of all infants. It's about babies screaming inconsolably several ...

Stomach flu or winter sickness in children - infection, incubation time
Stomach flu or winter sickness in children - infection, incubation time

Facts and advice about stomach ailments direct from paediatricians. Diarrhea and vomiting in children is almost always due to gastric disease, a viral infection which is also called stomach flu, winter vomiting or gastr ...

Baby poo - what is normal? Green or slimy poo - what does it mean?
Baby poo - what is normal? Green or slimy poo - what does it mean?

A baby poo always raises questions. Is green poo a sign of disease? Should a baby have yellow poo? Can an infant have slimy poo? Here you can learn everything you need to know about baby…

Lactose intolerance in children - symptoms and tests
Lactose intolerance in children - symptoms and tests

A recurring desire of your readers has been to read about lactose intolerance in children. One reader expressed the question above: lactose intolerance in children: is there? Yes, it does, and in different…

Gluten intolerance (celiac disease) in children - symptoms, investigation, treatment
Gluten intolerance (celiac disease) in children - symptoms, investigation, treatment

Gluten intolerance, or celiac disease, is a bowel disease in which the immune system destroys the intestinal mucosa if the person with celiac disease eats gluten. Pediatricians do not usually use the word gluten allergy but the fine…

Stomach flu and breastfeeding

I have had some questions about stomach ailments and breastfeeding, which I was going to answer. You can read more about stomach sickness in general in this post. 1. I breastfeed and got stomach sick, what should I…

Constipation in children - what helps against hardness in the stomach
Constipation in children - what helps against hardness in the stomach

Constipation, or being hard in the stomach, is a very common problem in children of all ages. The exception is fully caged babies who are rarely constipated. On the other hand, it is common for flakes ...

Stomach pain in children - can it be the appendix and what to do?
Stomach pain in children - can it be the appendix and what to do?

It is very common for children of preschool and school age to have stomach ache. Some have it more or less every day for a long time and some get it more urgently. This post is about it…

Growth

BMI in children with obesity
BMI in children with obesity

Facts and advice about BMI and obesity in children. Directly by pediatricians. BMI is a measure that determines whether a child is normal or overweight. As children grow their normal BMI varies…

Wholesome foods for children
Wholesome foods for children

Fakta och råd om vad som är nyttig mat för barn. Direkt av barnläkare. Det är inte så svårt som vissa vill få det till att göra näringsrik mat för barn. Köttbullar, fiskpinnar, korv och p…

Poor growth in children - investigate and interpret a growth curve
Poor growth in children - investigate and interpret a growth curve

Suspicion of poor growth is common within children. In some way, the child has not followed their growth curve. As a paediatrician, I investigate many cases of poor weight gain, poor height growth and…

Food for young children who eat poorly or refuse food
Food for young children who eat poorly or refuse food

Barn som äter dåligt skapar stor oro hos föräldrarna. Förskolebarn brukar ofta bli ganska petiga i maten och kan inte så sällan matvägra. Ganska många barn (inte alla) tycker att det ä…

5 thoughts on “Barnsjukdomar”

  1. Trying to read the link "urinary tract infections" but it seems to be removed. Sin! Have a little girl here at home who got UVI. Otherwise think your blog is top! Mvh Ylva

  2. I would really appreciate more info on fur allergy / hay allergy. How children are affected by growing up with fur animals In the house. We have ex guinea pigs that must have a lot of hay in their cage. When I googled this, I get dark! It feels like I'm a bad mom who brought this into my house! As if the children will become allergic to hay, guinea pigs and as a result also other animals etc. etc. How to notice that children become allergic. How long it can take to develop an allergy to fur animals, etc. Unfortunately, we live a little and the guinea pig's cage is in the seven-year-old's room, so she is exposed to these substances during both day and night. She is also a horse girl who rides once a week for six months. I wonder if the proximity to the guinea pigs and hay can trigger allergies to horses. Hay is in the stable. We did not have these thoughts when the animals were acquired but now I am worried about the slightest sneeze! Our children are 7 years, 3.5 years and 8 months. Perhaps one would have waited until the children got older to get pets. It feels so sad, since you got the animals when you thought about the positive effects, such as taking responsibility and having a small friend!

    That said, more info on allergies and how it works! If there are animals that are "better" or "worse" etc.

    Sincerely

  3. Lift welding
    I wonder if you could write a little about how to treat mild burns at home. eg fingertips and the like in children.
    Of course it is easy for accidents to happen and of course you go in if there are major injuries but how do you do with small ones?
    A few days ago, the first time we had a small accident, I received many good advice on what to do, all different (!?!), Some of whom gave advice were healthcare professionals…
    thanks for a great blog with great useful info.

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