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Should I use an infant home apnea monitor to help prevent Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) in my newborn if she/he does not have a heart or lung problem?
If my child is over the age of 2, has a one sided earache and no or a low grade fever (under 100F), and slightly irritable, should I get antibiotics to treat it?
If my child has a fever of 105 degrees or less and otherwise drinking well, and acting normally do I need to take them to the ER?
Should my child get a scan of their head if they have been diagnosed with simple febrile seizures?
Should I give my child under 4 years old over-the-counter cough and cold medications for their cough?
Should I get my child a follow up urine culture if they are feeling better after being treated for a urinary tract infection with antibiotics?
Is using a syringe safer than measuring spoons or cups for measuring liquid medications for my child?
Should I introduce solid foods (including pureed foods) to my baby before they are 3 months of age?
Will a surgery to put tubes in my child’s ears be necessary to avoid hearing or developmental delays if he/she has chronic ear infections?
Does taking daily probiotics of any sort lower my risk of getting an upper respiratory infection (like bronchitis, sinusitis, and the common cold)?
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