Regular hand-wash can save lives- the Diarrheal and respiratory illnesses especially.
Malnutrition, especially protein-energy malnutrition, can decrease the children's resistance to infections, including water-related Diarrheal diseases.
Here's more information about the right diet if Diarrheal illness has or had you under control.
Over 90% of deaths from Diarrheal diseases in the developing world today occur
in children under five years old.
Children are among the most susceptible to Diarrheal disease and experience the most severe effects of dengue fever.
In developing countries,
childhood mortality rates related to respiratory and Diarrheal diseases can be reduced by introducing simple behavioral changes,
such as hand washing with soap.
Handwashing with soap could prevent about 1 out of every ten episodes of Diarrheal illnesses3
and almost 1 out of 6 episodes of respiratory infection like pneumonia.
In India, 37 out of every 1,000 children born
are unable to celebrate their fifth birthday, and one of the major reasons for this is Diarrheal deaths.
In India, every year 37 out of every 1000 children
born are unable to celebrate their 5th birthday, and one of the major reasons for this is Diarrheal deaths.
As per a few latest studies, it's been observed that your shoes might carry Escherichia coli bacteria,
which is linked directly to urinary tract and intestinal infections, along with Diarrheal diseases.
Avoid foods that contain lactose, eat small frequent feedings per day even if you do not feel like eating, limit certain food products such as alcohol and caffeine, gas producing foods should also be
avoided especially when you are having Diarrheal episodes, fat intake should be
limited as this can cause more irritation in your intestinal walls;