Quiz on child raising
How much do you know about diseases that may affect your child? Take the following test and check out how many questions you answer correctly. Each question should be answered with True or False response. You may be in for some real surprises!
Children develop diarrhoea when teeth start to develop.
There is no harm in giving newborn babies Gripe water.
If a child has diarrhoea, it is advisable not to give the child food for a little while.
Primary complex can spread from one child to another.
Chicken Pox and Measles are one and the same.
If a child is injured, it is better to apply an ointment and leave the wound open than to close the wound with a plaster.
Urinary tract infections are common in female children than in male children.
In brain fever, only the head of the child feels hot.
For tonsillitis, surgery is the correct treatment.
For children with Jaundice, adding small amounts of oil to the diet is useful.
Taking children with Herpes to the potter to have clay or mud applied to the affected skin is the best way to treat it.
Chloroquine is even today a potent medicine for the treatment of Malaria.
Boys attain puberty earlier than girls.
If newborn babies are crying incessantly, they may have a sprain in the neck.
Only male children develop a hernia.
Polio drops have to be started from the age of three months.
If a child older than five years continues to wet the bed at night, the child may have a psychological problem
The final height that a child will attain is roughly the height of the child at two and a half years multiplied by two.
If the child does not cry within five minutes after birth, there is reason to worry.
If a newborn child passes motion more than eight times a day, it is essential to consult a doctor.
(The percentage of blue indicates the number of correct answers to the total number of attempts)