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After an adult kiss, a 1-year-old baby gets herpes and is hospitalized

After an adult kiss, a 1-year-old baby gets herpes and is hospitalized

Britain's Amy Stinson, the mother of little Oliver, aged 1 year and 3 months, was shocked to see the skin of her son, all blistered and full of lesions. Worried, the woman took the child to the hospital and received an unpleasant news: Oliver contracted the herpes virus after receiving a kiss from an adult with the disease.

The child stayed four days because of the problem and then Amy decided make an alert on your Facebook: "This is what happens to babies when they come in contact with someone with herpes." Oliver now has the herpes virus and will have it for life.Think before kissing a baby next time. " Along with the text, she released photos of the baby's skin.

Is herpes simplex a common viral infection characterized by the appearance of small blisters around the lips and / or genitals? but which can also appear on any other part of the body. Learn more about Herpes in the link.


Recognizing children is very important for their development and self-esteem

Recognizing children is very important for their development and self-esteem

With our daily lives so full of challenges and so many items to realize, can we recognize such dedication? Often, when we are in this rush, we enter into this immense demand with everything, and together with it we become extremely critical, both with ourselves and our family. There is a beautiful, necessary and very happy movement that we can include in our lives: recognition.

(Family)

Children distinguish real from the imaginary from the age of six

Children distinguish real from the imaginary from the age of six

In the present times, new discussions are constantly arising on the subject in an attempt to understand the logic of infantile thinking and to differentiate lies and imagination. Initially, we must consider the concept of lying between adults and children, establishing their differences and oppositions.

(Family)