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Unfortunately we can’t always stop our kids from getting sick and whether your child is running around home or out on a big adventure, it’s inevitable they’re going to get a few bumps and bruises along the way.

When their pains and fevers hit, it doesn’t hurt to have some pain relief solutions for children in your first aid kit. Here you’ll find information about common childhood illnesses, what pain relief options you can consider and a reminder to always consult your doctor.

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Pain relief for sick babies and toddlers

Caring for sick children is hard work particularly when they are young. Learn about pain relief for sick kids and understand what analgesics such as paracetamol and ibuprofen do to ...
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Pamol

Whether you’re at home or braving the chilly winter weather outdoors, it pays to be prepared

Be prepared for the winter bumps and fevers with Pamol®. The Pamol® family of products includes an option for every age and stage and is the all-round solution for children’s ...
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earaches

Earache

Earaches commonly occur in babies and small children and can be distressing for them and ...
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baby crying

Baby colds and coughs

Your baby is likely to get a cold between 4 - 10 times in his ...
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tummy ache

Diagnosing stomach aches

Stomach aches are one of the most common ailments among babies, children and adults. It ...
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sore throat

How to soothe a sore throat

Sore throats are not uncommon, but they can be unpleasant and can also lead to ...
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