A common disease of the skin, caused by hair follicles becoming blocked.
Inflammation of the appendix causing pain to the lower right side of the abdomen
A disorder characterised by hyperactivity, inattention, and impulsivity.
A common and highly infectious viral disease.
The surgical removal of the foreskin of the penis.
A condition that causes redness, grittiness and discharge from the eyes.
An infection of the upper airways with a characteristic barking cough that occurs primarily in children.
Dehydration is the lack of sufficient water in our body tissue, which occurs when more water is lost from the body than is taken in.
Frequent, loose and watery bowel motions.
Dermatitis refers to a group of inflammatory skin diseases characterised by itching, redness, and rash.
A condition that causes earache, blockage and fluid discharge from the ear
Atopic dermatitis causes skin to become itchy, red, swollen and painful.
The irritation of the digestive track caused by a viral, bacterial, or parasitic infection.
An infectious illness characterised by fluid-filled blisters on hands, feet and inside the mouth.
A group of cancers that originate in the bone marrow and cause abnormal blood cell production.
Measles is a highly contagious viral disease that causes fever, rash and other symptoms and complications.
Oral thrush is a yeast infection of the inside of the mouth.
Intoeing (pigeon toes) refers to feet that point inwards.
A common and usually mild childhood viral illness.
A highly contagious virus that causes gastroenteritis and diarrhea.
A common childhood viral infection with a characteristic red facial rash.
Bacterial infection of the throat causing sore throat.
Inflammation of the tonsils causing sore throat and other symptoms.
A variation of diabetes usually diagnosed in childhood or adolescence.
A male newborn disorder where one or both testicles don’t descend to the scrotum.
Urine flows back from the bladder to the kidneys, potentially causing infection and damage.
A highly infectious, bacterial respiratory disease.