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Ten tips about temperature checks

Ten tips about temperature checks

Ten Tips You Need to Know About Temperature Checks 1. Detecting a Fever During Flu Season and COVID-19 According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), a temperature reading of 100.4°F degrees or higher is generally considered a fever. As a rule of...

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What is a fever?

What is a fever?

Worried about fevers? You're not alone. For parents, fevers can be very distressing. However, most of the time it’s a lack of understanding that can make them seem so worrying. In this article, we are going to explain what a fever is, what causes them, and how to...

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Ear temperature measurement

Ear temperature measurement

The Ear: An excellent site to take your baby’s temperature. Temperature-taking has come a long way Many parents will remember as children having their temperature taken with a strip thermometer or perhaps an old-fashioned glass thermometer. The strip thermometers have...

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What is Age Precision® Technology

What is Age Precision® Technology

Why it’s right to be concerned about fever High fever in children is usually a sign of infection, which can be either viral or bacterial. In young children, there is a chance that the infection can be meningitis or sepsis, both of which can be serious or potentially...

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Your Expert Guide to Nasal Aspirators

Your Expert Guide to Nasal Aspirators

Whatever your age, a blocked nose can be uncomfortable. It makes breathing difficult, often forcing you to do so through your mouth, which in turn can cause a sore throat and make everyday things like eating and sleeping more difficult. Children and adults can...

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What is Blood Pressure?

What is Blood Pressure?

Understanding blood pressure Blood pressure is the force or pressure of the blood pushing against the walls of the arteries. With each heartbeat, blood is pumped into our arteries and throughout the body. Blood pressure is given as two numbers. The first figure is the...

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