Dengue Fever In Kids | What You Need To Know


Dengue is a mosquito-borne disease that affects a huge population every year. Dengue cases increase normally around the month of October after the monsoon because stagnant water is the breeding ground for mosquitoes.

The Aedes Aegypti mosquito that causes dengue is active in the daytime so keeping the kids and ourselves protected is extremely important. Dengue is a viral fever that can affect people in different ways and can sometimes prove to be fatal.

With a high number of dengue cases being reported across the country, we must be wary of the signs and symptoms of the viral disease.

Mumbai paediatrician Dr Nihar Parekh shares with us the causes, symptoms, treatments and some of the dos & don’ts you need to keep in mind to keep this infectious disease at bay.

Watch the video and know what he says. Don’t forget to like & subscribe to our Youtube channel to never miss a new video alert!

Keeping your family’s strength and immunity up when they are unwell is important and this is our go-to drink. Try this recipe

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