Children become dehydrated more quickly than adults because they have a much higher percentage of water in their bodies than adults do. A child has approximately 77% water compared to an adult who has approx 60%. It also will depend on the age of the child to what extent they become dehydrated. Hope this helps.
Not really. It will not taste pleasant, and if they swallow enough it can cause a brief stint of diarrhea, but it is not dangerous and will quickly pass.
A child is, by definition, not a adult An adult is not, by definition, a child Thus there is no such thing as an 'adult child' - your question is therefore impossible to answer.
several things may but usually teething, stomach virus, food poisoning, or intolerance to formula or new foods. if watery or lasts over a day or has fever see doctor, and give baby lots of fluids to prevent dehydration.
A parent can get the medical records of an adult child if the adult child gives express permission.
an adult, but why
There is no such thing as an adult child.
No it can't; you must use adult AED pads for an adult & child AED pads for a child.
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Having a child when young does not make the girl an adult.
close to the adult.