Learn more about children's health. Your healthcare options in Hong Kong and what to expect.
Asthma affects 330 million individuals worldwide and causes approximately 1000 deaths daily. In Hong Kong more than 330,000 citizens suffer from it. Find out more about this condition.
Scarlet fever causes bright red rash, high fever and a sore throat. Here is all you need to know, reviewed by paediatrician Dr. Eddie Cheung.
In recent years, a resurgence of whooping cough (pertussis) has been observed in countries with high vaccination coverage, such as Australia, Japan, the United States…
Eczema is a common chronic skin condition. In Hong Kong, roughly one in five people suffers from eczema at different periods of their life. Read more about it.
Impetigo makes up about 10% of childhood skin problems. Here is your expert guide to impetigo, reviewed by paediatrician Dr. Eddie Cheung.
Children going back to school will be an adjustment for everyone. Parenting expert Marie Marchand shares advice and practical tips to make the transition as smooth as possible.
In Hong Kong, chickenpox is the most reported infectious disease every year. Here is everything you need to know about it, reviewed by paediatrician Dr. Eddie Cheung.
All you need to know about it, plus information about its possible links to COVID-19. Reviewed by a Hong Kong paediatrician.