Strawberry hemangiomas are a collection of tiny capillaries located on the skin. Most resolve without treatment by the time a child is 5 to 10 years.
There is a lag time between being exposed to an infection and coming down with the disease. This time frame is called the incubation period.
Febrile seizures occur in 3 percent of children between 6 months and 5 years. The seizure is triggered by the rapid rise in temperature that accompanies an illness.
Before the development of antibiotics, scarlet fever was a deadly disease.
If the baby’s eyes are constantly out of balance or wander after 6 months of age, see a pediatric ophthalmologist.