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Fever | BabyCenter

A fever is usually a sign that the body is waging a war against infection. Most doctors and the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) agree that a normal body temperature for a healthy baby is between 97 and 100.3 degrees Fahrenheit.

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Fever | BabyCenter

Behavior is a factor: A high fever that doesn't stop your child from playing and eating normally may not be cause for alarm. Activity is a factor: Children are hotter if they've been running around than when they wake up from a nap.

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Fever | BabyCenter

A fever is usually a sign that the body is waging a war against infection. Behavior is a factor: A high fever that doesn't stop your child from playing and eating normally may not be cause for alarm.

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Fever Symptoms, Causes, Treatment - Fever facts - MedicineNet

The definition of fever is an elevation in body temperature. Technically, any body temperature above the normal oral measurement of 98.6 Fahrenheit (37 Celsius) or the normal rectal temperature of 99 F (37.2 C) is considered elevated.

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Dengue Fever-Topic Overview

Dengue (say "DEN-gay") fever is a disease caused by a virus that is carried by mosquitos. Some people, especially children, can get more serious forms of the illness, known as dengue hemorrhagic fever and dengue shock syndrome.

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Symptoms | Q Fever | CDC

the proportion of persons who die as a result of their infection) is low, at < 2% of hospitalized patients. Chronic Q fever is a severe disease occurring in <5% of acutely infected patients.

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WHO | Lassa Fever – Nigeria

Between August 2015 and 17 May 2016, WHO has been notified of 273 cases of Lassa fever, including 149 deaths in Nigeria. Since August 2015, ten health care workers (HCW) have been infected with Lassa fever virus, of which two have died.

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Yellow Fever Vaccine | Yellow Fever | CDC

A single dose provides lifelong protection for most people. Yellow fever vaccine may be required for entry into certain countries.

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Q fever - Mayo Clinic

This more deadly form of Q fever can damage your heart, liver, brain and lungs. Q fever is transmitted to humans by animals, most commonly sheep, goats and cattle.

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Fever Complications - Mayo Clinic

Although alarming for parents, the vast majority of febrile seizures cause no lasting effects. Take your child to the doctor as soon as possible after the seizure to determine the cause of the fever.

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WHO | Yellow Fever – Kenya

Between 15 and 18 March 2016, the National IHR Focal Point of Kenya notified WHO of 2 imported cases of yellow fever (YF). Both cases are male Kenyan nationals, in their early 30s, working in Luanda, Angola.

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kid have fever | BabyCenter

In a child their hbg (hemoglobin) levels should be 11-16 so that is normal. I don't know what your numbers mean after TC, because TC is total cholesterol and levels below 170 are normal for kids.

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