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  • Earwax Buildup

    Concerns about earwax (cerumen) buildup or blockage. Questions about earwax removal

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  • Eczema (Atopic Dermatitis)

    Eczema is a chronic dry skin disease with recurrent flare-ups of severe itching.The rash is red and itchy.

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  • Emergency Symptoms Not to Miss

    A list of emergency symptoms that are seen in childhood. If your child develops one of these symptoms, you want to recognize it early on

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  • Eye Allergy

    An allergic reaction of the eyes. Main symptoms are itchy and watery eyes. Sometimes, the eyes can sting or burn.

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  • Eye Foreign Body

    A foreign body (FB) or object becomes stuck in the eye.

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  • Eye Infection - Bacterial

    Bacterial infection of the eye. Main symptom is lots of yellow or green discharge (pus) in the eye.

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  • Eye Infection - Viral

    A viral infection of the eye. The main symptom is a pink or red eye.

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  • Eye Injury

    Injuries to the eye, eyelid, and area around the eye.

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  • Eye Irritation

    Eye irritation from getting an irritating substance in the eye. The main symptom is a pink or red eye.

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  • Eye Pink - Symptom

    Red or pink color of the white of the eye.

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  • Fainting - Prevention

    Fainting is a sudden loss of consciousness and falling down. A return to being awake and alert happens within a minute or so. Also called passing out or blacking out. The medical name for fainting is syncope. This handout can help you prevent the most common types of fainting.

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  • Fever (Age 0-5)

    Your child has a fever if: Rectal, Ear or Forehead temperature: 100.4° F (38.0° C) or higher. Oral or Mouth temperature: 100° F (37.8° C) or higher.

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  • Fever (Age 6-21)

    Your child has a fever if: Ear or Forehead temperature: 100.4° F (38.0° C) or higher. Oral or Mouth temperature: 100° F (37.8° C) or higher.

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  • Fever - Facts Versus Myths

    Fever is a body temperature of 100.4 F (38 C) or higher. Fever is a symptom, not a disease.

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  • Fever - How to Take the Temperature

    Questions about how to take the temperature and when is it a fever.

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  • Fifth Disease

    Fifth disease is a viral rash that starts with red cheeks. Then it spreads to the shoulders and upper thighs.

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