Nausea and Vomiting in Children Directory
Nausea and vomiting are common childhood woes. They can result from gastroenteritis (the "stomach flu"), food poisoning, anxiety, overeating, reflux (especially in babies), and more. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how nausea and vomiting are caused, how to treat them, and much more.
How to Treat Nausea and Vomiting
The experts at WebMD offer tips for treating nausea and vomiting.
Vomiting and Nausea Treatment
WebMD explains at-home treatments for vomiting and nausea - and when to seek medical help.
Why Is My Child Throwing Up With No Fever?
Is your child throwing up but fever-free? Find out the most common reasons kids vomit with no fever.
Treating Vomiting in Children
Throwing up isn't usually a sign of anything serious. Know when to call the doctor and what you can do at home to treat vomiting.
Serious Symptoms in Children: Signs not to Be Ignored
Wondering if your child’s condition is serious or not? WebMD discusses the possible signs of a serious health problem and what to do in case of a health emergency.
Everything You Need to Know About Vomiting
We all vomit. But why does it happen? When should I see a doctor? How can I stay comfortable? We’ve got your answers.
When to Call the Pediatrician
Find out when to get in touch with the doctor if your child has a fever, rash, cough, or other symptoms.
School Bugs and Germs
In winter, schools are transformed into hothouses for germs, exposing children to an onslaught of viruses. Here’s how to help your child cope with colds, flu, and stomach bugs during the school year.
Slideshows & Images
Slideshow: Remedies for Nausea and Vomiting
WebMD has remedies for nausea and vomiting and tips on when to see a doctor. Pictures show home remedies and bust myths about treatments that don’t work.
Slideshow: 10 Common Symptoms in Infants and Young Toddlers
See signs of childhood illnesses, including fever, nausea, and constipation. Find common symptoms and home treatment for your baby and toddler.