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Western Cape sees increase in diarrhoea in younger children between November and May

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Parents are urged to consult a healthcare practitioner should their child be suffering from severe diarrhoea as the Western Cape sees a steady increase of cases in young children between November and May each year. Between November last year and May this year more than 48,000 children under the age of 5 years old were treated for diarrhoea at public healthcare facilities, with nearly 5,300 needing to be hospitalised. Talking to Magic News Emergency Medicine Specialist at Life Healthcare Dr Charl van Loggerenberg says clean water is the fundamental solution to preventing diarrhoea in young children

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    Western Cape sees increase in diarrhoea in younger children between November and May Keenan Williams

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