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We love this timely reminder from Safekids Aotearoa!: Hardy St Pharmacy

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We love this timely reminder from Safekids Aotearoa!
‘Tis the sea-sun to enjoy the beautiful waters around Aotearoa🌞
Keep your tamariki safe at the pool, beach or lake with the golden rules to prevent drowning:
👨‍👧 Only let children in, on and around water when you are free to supervise them at all times.
📵 Eliminate distractions (especially phones)
⛱️ Keep within arm’s reach of toddlers so you can help them quickly if needed.
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Also known as miliaria, prickly heat rash occurs when perspiration is trapped under the skin, causing the skin to turn red and a sensation of warmth, stinging or prickling. It commonly occurs in hot, humid or tropical climates, but is also seen in patients in hospital, and in newborn babies. If you’re struggling with prickly heat rash come & talk to our friendly team of health experts!
Prickly heat (sweat rash) - Family Health Diary

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