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Fever | BabyCenter

If fever is a defense against infection, is it really a good idea to try to bring it down? Offer plenty of liquids to prevent dehydration, and don't overdress him or bundle him up when he's sleeping.

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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 | BabyCenter

Posted: 09/06/2010 by winsteadw Yes, give him tylenol to ease pain but I would definitely demand to be seen by a doc. All fevers in small children need to be investigated.

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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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WHO | Yellow fever

Yellow fever can be recognized from historic texts stretching back 400 years. Infection causes a wide spectrum of disease, from mild symptoms to severe illness and death.

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Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever

The rash is usually made up of many tiny, flat, purple or red spots (petechial rash). It usually starts on the wrists and ankles, then spreads to the arms and legs and the rest of the body.

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Scarlet fever - Mayo Clinic

Scarlet fever is a bacterial illness that develops in some people who have strep throat. Also known as scarlatina, scarlet fever features a bright red rash that covers most of the body.

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Scarlet fever | BabyCenter

Biophoto Associates / Photo Researchers, Inc. Scarlet fever (once called scarlatina) used to be one of the most serious and deadly diseases of childhood. Today, it's treatable with antibiotics and is far less dangerous than it used to be.

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Prevention | Q Fever | CDC

Prevention and control efforts should be directed primarily toward these groups and environments. The following measures should be used in the prevention and control of Q fever: Educate the public on sources of infection.

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Scarlet Fever-Topic Overview

Scarlet fever is a term used for strep throat with a rash. There are many different strains of strep bacteria, some of which cause more serious illness than others.

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Seasonal Allergies (Hay Fever)

Please Note: By clicking a link to any resource listed on this page, you will be leaving this site. American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology http://www.aaaai.org/ The American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology offers up-to-date information and a find-an-allergist search tool.

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Fever - HealthyChildren.org

Home Care Advice for Fever Reassurance: Presence of a fever means your child has an infection, usually caused by a virus. Most fevers are good for sick children and help the body fight infection.

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