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    When to start feeding your child

     When can you introduce solid foods to your baby?  Babies are ready for solid foods after six months. At that age, they can handle more textures and their digestive system is ready for new foods. They are usually physically able to sit up, eat from a spoon and show interest in solid food.   Experts recommend exclusive

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    Vasculitis

    What is vasculitis? Vasculitis means that the blood vessels are inflamed. When part of your body is inflamed, it swells and is usually uncomfortable or painful. Blood vessels are the tubes which carry blood around your body. There are three types of blood vessel which can be affected by vasculitis: (1) Arteries, which take blood

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    Systemic sclerosis ( Scleroderma )

    What is scleroderma? Scleroderma is a chronic disease that causes skin thickening and tightening, a build up of scar tissue, and damage to internal body organs. What are the different types of systemic sclerosis? Systemic sclerosis is classified into two main types: (1) Limited cutaneous systemic sclerosis  70% of systemic sclerosis cases   Affects only

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    • 13 SEP 17
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    Sulfites allergy

    What Are Sulfites? Sulfites are chemicals that are commonly used as preservatives for a range of different types of foods and beverages. For example, sulfites are often added to shellfish to prevent discoloring, processed foods to give them a longer shelf life, and dehydrated fruits and veggies to preserve them. You can also find these

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