Yesterday I got a monthly newspaper from my daughter school. One of the information I gave attention most was the note from the school nurse. I thought it would be useful if I would like to share it here.
Swine Flu is the main virus that we are hearing about in the news media, but there are many viruses circulating around this time of year that can make us sick. Since many people are getting sick this time of the year with colds, sinus problems, step throut, or maybe a 'stomach bug', how do you know when you should visit the doctor and when you should just wait it out?
See your doctor right away if your child has fast and trouble breathing, bluish or gray skin, vomiting that doesn't stop, is not drinking enough, is not waking up, does not respond and does not want to be held.
Check with your doctor right away if you have trouble breathing, chest pain or pressure, dizziness, trouble thinking, vomiting that doesn't stop, flu that starts to get better but then your fever comes back or cough gets worse.
Always make sure that your child is getting plenty of fluids to avoid getting dehydrated. You can also boost your child's natural immunity with foods rich in vitamin C. Tablets of vitamin C are also very effective but make sure they also contain zinc to improve absorption. And remember germs enter the body through the nostrils and mouth/ throat so encourage our child to keep their hands off their face. It's a very effective method of germ control.
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