Children can become cranky, fussy or irritable for many reasons. Often it's because they're hungry or just tired. But sometimes irritability can be a sign of illness in children.
This health decision guide will help you figure out why your child may be irritable, what steps you can take to comfort him, and when you should contact your pediatrician for advice.
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