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Health tips for children



Head Trauma


Accidents are common in childhood and to help prevent head trauma you should supervise your children's activities, use proper safety equipment and not leave your young child alone on surfaces from which he can fall.

Fortunately, most head injuries are minor, but you should seek immediate medical attention for further treatment if your child has head trauma and loses consciousness, has a seizure, becomes lethargic or drowsy, has frequent vomiting, double vision, or any other changes in his usual personality.

For even minor head injuries, you should observe your child carefully for at least four to six hours and convince yourself that he is not having any problems.


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