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  1. They shouldn't get the same infection twice as their bodies would have immunity from the first infection. They can sometimes appear to be the same ie the common cold but there will be a variation to it.

    3 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 04/12/2011

  2. ... breast-fed. Breast-feeding helps by passing along immunity from the mother that prevents middle ear infections. To prevent ear infections in your bottle-fed infant, hold ...

    19 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 29/09/2007

  3. ...take care when going outside with him in the cold weather, because respiratory infections can become pneumonia when immunities are lowered by cold and lack of sleep. Good luck....p.s. ...

    3 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 20/12/2007

  4. ... or virus. The antibody is what fights the infection inside your body. After you have had a disease like the flu, chicken pox, etc., you have immunity to that disease. A vaccination uses a deactivated strain of the...

    2 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 04/10/2008

  5. ... breast-fed. Breast-feeding helps by passing along immunity from the mother that prevents middle ear infections. To prevent ear infections in your bottle-fed infant, hold ...

    21 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 18/09/2008

  6. ... with the treatment got over the ear infections in 4 days. The kids without treatment...really don't need them) is build up an immunity in our bodies which makes them...

    2 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 19/08/2009

  7. ...the oldest) and ALL have had ear infections here and there. it's cold season....no big deal hon...get sick. BEING sick builds their immunities as well. he will be fine w/antibiotics and...

    5 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 01/07/2009

  8. ... children are just more prone to ear infections, unfortunately. Just keep an eye on him...- but it also helps them build up immunities. Good luck.

    16 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 05/09/2007

  9. ... (IgM). This is called passive immunity because the mother is "passing" her... prevent the baby from developing diseases and infections.

    5 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 13/05/2011

  10. ...and nutrients from recommended amount of formula/breastmilk. Dehydration or lowered nutrition can break down her immunities and make her susceptible to colds and infections.

    12 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 11/12/2006

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