In spring, it is warm and cold. The humid and warm weather can easily make the baby suffer from colds, hand, foot and mouth diseases, diarrhea, eczema and other diseases. How to prevent and cure diseases in spring? Parents are advised to take care of 4 parts of the baby.

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Susceptible diseases: influenza, hand, foot and mouth disease

Influenza is a respiratory infection caused by droplets with virus invading the respiratory tract and then entering the nasopharynx and respiratory tract. It usually happens suddenly. The peak period of influenza is from October to spring every year.

Hand, foot and mouth disease (HFMD) is a common infectious disease in infants and young children. It is caused by enterovirus and occurs frequently in summer and autumn, especially in infants under 5 years old. Clinically, fever and rashes and ulcers on the hands, feet and mouth are the main manifestations. Some patients may cause fatal complications such as myocarditis, pulmonary edema and aseptic meningoencephalitis.

Prevention work:

Warm winter goes to spring. When children get cold, overeat, overworked or frightened, their body resistance decreases, and viruses and bacteria will take advantage of the weakness. Therefore, parents should do a good job of keeping warm for their babies in the warm and cold spring. Pay special attention to the warmth of hands and feet. Even when playing indoors, don’t let your baby run barefoot on the ground. Put little cotton socks and gloves on your baby. Only when your hands and feet are warm can you ensure your baby’s warmth, resist the cold, prevent diseases and keep healthy.

Wash hands frequently and wear masks

In the epidemic season of infectious diseases, parents should try not to take their infants to crowded places. It is best to put a mask on your baby to reduce the chance of infection. Wash hands frequently before and after going out, eating and defecating. Often let children gargle with light salt water to clean their mouth. Pay attention to personal and environmental hygiene. The baby’s clothes and bedding must be washed and dried frequently to keep the indoor air fresh.

Once the baby is found to have fever, rash and other symptoms, go to a regular hospital as soon as possible. Children should stop going to kindergartens and schools after illness to avoid infecting others and preventing reinfection of other diseases.

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Page 3: nose

Page 4: little ass

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