Nosebleeds in Kids | Why They Happen & How to Stop Them

Parents
If your kid has a nosebleed, it can be scary (and messy!) but thankfully it’s usually not a serious medical issue. Learn the best way to get your kid’s nosebleed to stop and what medicine you can keep handy to treat nosebleeds. Dr. Maithilee Menezes covers everything you should know as a parent when it comes to kids’ nosebleeds.

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