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Posts Tagged ‘heat’

Leaving Children in a Hot Car

Thursday, August 4th, 2011

It is SO HOT in many areas of the country and summer is just beginning. With extreme heat comes the concern for vehicular heatstroke among children who may be (inadvertently) left inside of a car. (more…)

How Much Water Does a Baby Need?

Monday, July 25th, 2011

Since most of the country is sweltering with summer heat and temperatures well into the upper 90’s and even over 100 degrees, I guess I can understand parents’ concerns about giving their babies water. It seemed like a strange question to me when I first started hearing, “Dr. Sue, how much water does my baby need to drink every day?” (more…)

Sweaty Sock Syndrome

Friday, July 22nd, 2011

With all of the heat and humidity around the country, many kids are swimming every day, or in sports camps where they have on socks and athletic shoes. Both of these summer activities can lead to wet feet, one related to the pool and the other to sweaty feet. What do the two have in common?  They may both lead to a problem called juvenile palmar-plantar dermatosis (JPD) or maybe more appropriately “sweaty sock syndrome”. (more…)

Dehydration And Summer Fun

Monday, April 18th, 2011

With warmer weather and daylight lasting into the late evening, many children are taking advantage of this time to run, play and participate in sports. It’s also a good time for parents to brush up on the signs of dehydration. (more…)