7 Ways to Calm a Cough Your Pediatrician Won't Tell You About

21 Jan 2017 In Chinese medicine, we use ancient massage and acupressure techniques to treat cough not matter what type it is: wet, dry, hacking or croupy. This special massage for kids is called tuina (pronounced too-ee-nah) and works by stimulating the body to heal itself. There are 6 main massage and 
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Home cough remedies for kids TODAY

8 Feb 2017 If your tyke's incessant coughing is keeping him (and you) up at night, try one of these home remedies to soothe his harrowing hack.
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Cough Symptoms and Treatment Parents Magazine

In children older than 1 year, perform the Heimlich maneuver. Otherwise, call 911 or the doctor immediately if your child: Is younger than 1 month old; Has an obvious breathing disorder that is not due to a blocked nose; Is having coughing spasms and passing out (loss of consciousness); Has started to turn blue around the 
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Coughs and Colds in Children Causes and Treatment Patient

3 days ago It said that parents and carers should no longer use over-the-counter (OTC) cough and cold medicines in children aged under 6 years. For 6- to 12-year-olds these medicines continue to be available (as there is less risk of side-effects in older children). However, they are only sold in pharmacies, with 
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Home remedies for children's colds and coughs Boots WebMD

Aspirin should not be taken by children under 16 years old because of the risk of developing Reye's syndrome, a serious illness that can damage the brain and liver. If an infant younger than three months has a temperature that is 38C (100.4F) or higher, or if a baby aged 3-6 months has a temperature of 39C (102.2F) or 
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The best cures for your children's coughs tested and disproved by

1 Apr 2014 Honey shouldn't be given to a child under a year old as there is a small risk of botulism. REMEDY: Cough mixture. VERDICT: “In general it's best to avoid cough mixtures as a cough is a protective mechanism for clearing the airway,” says Dr Godden. REMEDY: Half an onion, finely chopped, then left by the 
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Coughing (ages 5 to 8) BabyCenter

Once your child is 6 years old, you can give him an over-the-counter cough or cold medicine – just make sure it's appropriate for his age and measure each dose exactly according to the directions. Also, never give your child more than one type of cough or cold medicine 
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Safe home remedies to soothe your child's cold and flu symptoms

Your child must be old enough to learn to gargle. For many kids, that means school age or older, but some children can manage it sooner. What to do: Aim to have your child gargle three or four times a day while she's sick. Have a younger child gargle only if she's 
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Coughs and Colds: Medicines or Home Remedies

13 Jul 2015 From ages 4 to 6 years, they should be used only if recommended by your child's doctor. After age 6 years, the medicines are safe to use, but follow the dosage instructions on the package. Fortunately, you can easily treat cough​s and colds in young children without these nonprescription medicines.
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Treating a Cough with Honey Parenting

If your child has a cough, try giving him honey before bed—it may cut down on nighttime hacking, according to a study in the Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine. This is good news, since traditional cough meds are no longer advised for kids ages 6 and younger. The thick syrup coats and soothes the back of the 
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Kid's Natural and Home Cough Remedies Reader's Digest

If your child is old enough to know not to swallow the briny stuff—usually at least four years old—this is a great choice for a natural cough suppressant. Add one-half to one teaspoon of salt to a glass of warm water. Stir well to dissolve, take a mouthful, and gargle for as long as your child can stand it— ideally, about a minute.
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Colds, coughs and ear infections Pregnancy and baby guide NHS

Symptoms of colds, sore throats, coughs and ear infections in babies and children under five how to treat them and when to see the doctor. It's normal for a child to have eight or more colds a year. This is because there are hundreds of different cold viruses and young children have no immunity to any of them as they've 
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Home Remedies for a Dry Cough in Kids LIVESTRONG

13 Jun 2017 The American Academy of Pediatrics discourages the use of over-the-counter cough medications, including expectorants and cough suppressants, for children... Step 6. Call your child's pediatrician if she is having difficulty breathing, coughs up blood, has a fever or is under the age of three months old.
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