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Dehydration in children is not uncommon. It can range in its level of severity. Dehydration can occur for many reasons including: when a child has diarrhea and/or vomiting, on very hot days, on cold days (because heaters dry out the air), or in children who play sports. In newborns, dehydration can be an indication that they are not getting enough to eat. Here are the signs of dehydration in children and babies, and what you can do to help your kids stay hydrated. Dehydration symptoms in kids: If your child becomes dehydrated,
Does your child have trouble falling asleep, or wake up in the middle of the night because of leg pain? He or she might have what is commonly referred to as “growing pains”. Despite the name, growing pains aren’t proven to be caused by growth. Instead, they’re thought to be due to wear and tear on the legs from running and playing. They occur most commonly in preschoolers and preteens but can occur at any age during childhood and teen years. Growing pain symptoms Growing pains are usually described as an aching