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Child diseases and conditions





Headache can be a symptom for many diseases.
It may occur with common cold, eye problem or strain, fever, or hunger.
It may accompany mumps, malaria, measles and many other infections.
But if severe headache persists despite a small dose of aspirin, or the child has frequent headaches, a doctor should be consulted.
Frequent and persistent headache may sometimes be a symptom of brain tumour.


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