95% of severe dengue occurs in the those aged under 15 years. In dengue, younger children show more severe symptoms of abdominal pain or persistent vomiting, or difficulty breathing. 
In chikungunya children are at risk of seizures, altered levels of consciousness, blindness and even paralysis 
Over 70% of malaria deaths worldwide occur in children below 5 years of age. The complications of malaria are impaired consciousness, seizures, vomiting, respiratory distress, and even sepsis.
Your young patients need protection when they are out playing or even going to school.
Goodknight’s 100% natural Fabric Roll-On provides superior protection from mosquito bites outdoors.
Your prescription has the power to protect.
Recommend Fabric Roll-On to protect your patients against the 3X higher risk of mosquito bites outdoors.
HOW TO USE
Advise your patient to apply four coin-sized dots on clothes before stepping outdoors.
It can be applied around bed, prams, and strollers too.
Fabric Roll-On is safe to use:
Certificate on dermatological safety by Apollo Research and Innovations
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