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Articles by Edelita R. Jamis, M.D.:


10 Tips To Ensure Safety In Giving Child Medication

Posted on 11 February 2009

Why Cesarean Section Should Not Be Feared At All

Posted on 04 February 2009

4 Methods of Birth Induction: Are They Safe?

Posted on 03 February 2009

Fetal Ultrasound: A Glimpse Of Your Little One

Posted on 02 February 2009

What Happens When You Pass Your Expected Date Of Delivery or EDD?

Posted on 01 February 2009

Is Ear Piercing Right For My Baby Girl?

Posted on 29 January 2009

Do Twins Run In The Families?

Posted on 28 January 2009

Is There A Way To Tell If My Unborn Baby Has Down Syndrome?

Posted on 27 January 2009

What To Expect When You Have Premature Detachment of Placenta

Posted on 26 January 2009

Is Exercise Safe For You?

Posted on 25 January 2009

How To Save The Knocked Out Tooth Of Your Child

Posted on 22 January 2009

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Guidelines On How To Give Oral Medication To Your Child

Asking your child to take oral medications can be difficult. Parents often use a lot of imagination just to entice the child to take the medicine. Although it may be hard to convince your child to take oral medication, parents need to take steps in order for a child to receive the needed drug. When […]


Weighing The Risks of Using Over-The-Counter Cough and Cold Medications on Our Children

Picture this with me for a moment: One Saturday morning you are playing with your 2 year old child at your backyard when you notice that he has dry, irritating cough. You take a closer look at him and note the presence of clear watery discharge from his nose. He seems to be up and […]


OTC Medicine Safety: What You Need To Know About Children’s Tylenol, Aspirin, Advil, Motrin, etc.

As parents, we never want to see our children sick. It’s often painful for us to see our children in discomfort and it’s also difficult to comfort them when they don’t understand why they’re sick. Sickness leads to bad moods and cranky kids, which in turn leave parents frustrated and often the whole family gets […]


What You Need To Know About Colds In Babies

Colds and upper respiratory infections are common especially for very young children. It is particularly common in the first two years of life, and a young child may get eight to ten colds during this period. More than 100 viruses cause common colds, and babies are susceptible because of their immature immune systems. A baby […]


What You Need To Know About Coughing

Coughs are one of the most common symptoms that children get due to an illness. Although parents may normally be concerned, coughing is actually a reflex that helps clear the lungs, and upper airway passages of foreign materials or mucus. A child’s cough may vary depending on its underlying cause, and it may help if […]


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