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Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Archive for the ‘Urinary tract infections’ Category

Urinary tract infections: Can you tell by the smell?

Sometimes, you just know your child is sick. I’m not talking about glassy eyes, grouchy voices or refusing dinner. I’m talking about the way they smell. A highly developed sense of smell likely evolved over the millennia to warn parents that something is out of kilter, and that seems to remain today. Foul-smelling urine is […]

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Q: When should a child be able to go the whole night without wetting the bed? There is no magic age. Eneuresis, or bedwetting, actually is common into the elementary years, according to pediatrician Diane Matsumoto, M.D., of TLC Pediatrics in Phoenix. Bedwetting affects 40 percent of 3-year-olds, 10 percent of 6-year-olds and three percent […]

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