Pharmaceutical company Perrigo recently ordered a nationwide recall of its two cough syrups for children sold under different brand labels after erroneous markings of dosing cups were printed on the packaging.
A report from the British National Health Service (NHS) indicates a surprising resurgence of controllable and preventable diseases dating back from Victoria-era UK.
Parents believed that giving some form of treatment, such as pasteurized agave nectar or a placebo, to young children suffering from a cough can help, a new study found.
As the change in weather takes place, viral cough and cold become common ailments that kids suffer from. Here are some remedies to treat the ailment and boost kid's immunity:
Although honey is typically known for its sweetness, it has other properties that are beneficial for your health.
Kuwait reported its first cause of MERS-CoV, which suggests that a potential could start during this time of the year.
The CDC reports that the warning labels on children's cough and cold medications helped reduce the number of emergency department visits in toddlers under three.
Researchers reported that eating liquorice, a traditional Chinese medicine, could alleviate some of the symptoms associated with intubation.
WHO has called for an emergency committee of international experts to prepare for the potential of a global MERS outbreak.
Whooping cough levels among children in the United States are at its highest in decades, as protection against whooping cough starts to weaken a few years after preschool children get their final shot, a new study said Monday.
The manufacturers of Triaminic and Theraflu has recalled 2.3 million units of these products as the child resistant caps on them were not effective and four children were able to open them and ingest the contents.
So the moment you start sneezing, advice starts pouring in on how you should make sure you have vitamin C regularly in order to prevent cold, etc... However, it seems that after years of studies and research, it's time to declare the notion as a myth.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.