Our page on Children and Adolescent Health section covers a wide range of health care issues affecting babies, young and older children up to to the age of 16 years.
Health problems for babies and other young people can be vastly different from that of older people.
In early childhood, the health problems we develop can be quite different from that of older people.
The size of children's organs and tissue; and in some cases the different way they work could account for this.
Conditions that affect the skin, inheritance disorders like Sickle Cell Disease, heart, kidney disease and infectious diseases are quite common problems young people encounter for which it is essential to receive the best advise on care.
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Child and Adolescent Health Problems
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