Hello everyone! Today, we are going to talk about something very important for our health: the HPV vaccine. You might be wondering what HPV is and why we need a vaccine for it. Let’s learn about it together in a simple and easy way.

What is HPV?

HPV stands for Human Papillomavirus. It’s a group of more than 100 viruses that can cause different types of infections. Some types of HPV are harmless and go away on their own, but others can cause serious health problems. These include warts on different parts of the body and even cancers, such as cervical cancer in women, as well as anal, oropharyngeal (throat), and genital cancers in both men and women.

Why is HPV a big deal?

HPV is very common. It spreads easily through skin-to-skin contact, often during activities like playing or even shaking hands. It’s also transmitted through intimate skin-to-skin contact, including sexual intercourse. Because it’s so common, many people can get infected without even knowing it. In India, HPV is a major cause of cervical cancer, which is a serious illness that can affect many women.

What is the HPV Vaccine?

The HPV vaccine helps protect us from the bad types of HPV that can cause cancer and other problems. It works by teaching our body’s immune system to fight the virus if we ever come into contact with it. The vaccine is given as a shot, usually in the arm. There are three main types of HPV vaccines: bivalent, quadrivalent, and nonavalent. These vaccines protect against different numbers of HPV types.

Why Should We Get the HPV Vaccine?

  • Prevents Cancer: The most important reason to get the HPV vaccine is to prevent cancers, especially cervical cancer in women. By getting the vaccine, we can stop HPV from causing these cancers.
  • Protects Both Boys and Girls: Both boys and girls can get HPV. The vaccine helps protect everyone from the harmful effects of the virus. Boys can also get cancers caused by HPV, so it’s important for them to get vaccinated too.
  • Safe and Effective: The HPV vaccine is very safe. Scientists and doctors have done a lot of studies to make sure it works well and doesn’t cause serious side effects. Millions of people around the world have already taken the vaccine safely.
  • Prevents Spread of HPV: When more people get the HPV vaccine, it helps stop the virus from spreading. This means fewer people will get infected, which makes everyone healthier.

IAP Guidelines for HPV Vaccination

The Indian Academy of Pediatrics (IAP) recommends the HPV vaccine to protect against infections caused by certain types of HPV. Here are some key points from their guidelines:

  • Primary Target Group: Girls and boys aged 9-14 years.
  • Vaccination Schedule:
  1. Two-Dose Schedule: For individuals starting the vaccination before their 15th birthday, two doses are recommended. The second dose is given 6-12 months after the first dose.
  2. Three-Dose Schedule: For those starting the vaccination on or after their 15th birthday, three doses are recommended. The second dose is given 1-2 months after the first, and the third dose is given 6 months after the first dose.
  3. Catch-Up Vaccination: Recommended for females up to 26 years of age and males up to 21 years of age who have not been vaccinated previously.

How is the Vaccine Given?

The HPV vaccine is given as an intramuscular injection, which means it’s a shot given into a muscle, usually in the arm. It’s a quick and simple process that can be done at a doctor’s office or a health clinic.

Safety and Side Effects

The HPV vaccine is very safe. Common side effects are usually mild and can include:

  • Pain, redness, or swelling at the injection site
  • Fever
  • Headache
  • Fatigue
  • Muscle or joint pain

Serious side effects are extremely rare and can include allergic reactions. If you have any concerns about side effects, it’s important to talk to your doctor.

Who Should Get the Vaccine?

The HPV vaccine is primarily targeted at adolescents before the onset of sexual activity. It’s also recommended for catch-up vaccination for those who missed the primary vaccination schedule. However, certain people should not receive the vaccine, including individuals with a known severe allergic reaction to any component of the HPV vaccine and pregnant women (although there is no evidence that the vaccine harms the fetus, vaccination should be delayed until after pregnancy).

Importance in Public Health

HPV vaccination is a key tool in preventing HPV-related cancers and genital warts. By getting vaccinated, we protect ourselves and help prevent the spread of HPV to others, making our communities healthier.

Consultation with Healthcare Professionals


The HPV vaccine is a powerful tool to keep us safe from serious diseases like cervical cancer. By getting vaccinated, we can protect ourselves, our friends, and our families. Let’s work together to make sure everyone knows about the importance of the HPV vaccine and stays healthy. Remember, staying informed and getting vaccinated is a big step towards a healthier future for all of us.


This information is for educational purposes only and may not reflect the most current data available. Always consult a pediatrician or healthcare professional for medical advice before making any vaccination decisions. We strive to keep this information updated, but it may not be updated in real-time.

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Identifying and Managing Triggers for Asthma in Children: A Thorough Guide


Welcome to Aloha Kids Clinic’s blog. Our medical facility, located in Bangalore, is devoted to ensuring the well-being of children. We specialize in the evaluation and management of asthma, allergies, and sleep disorders. Today, we would like to discuss a critical health concern affecting countless children – asthma. By understanding the triggers for asthma, one can prevent asthma attacks, which are characterized by wheezing, coughing, and breathing difficulty. It is vital to recognize these symptoms early to provide the best care for our young ones.

Understanding Asthma in Children

Asthma is a chronic condition affecting the respiratory system, wherein the airways in the lungs become swollen and narrowed. This makes it harder for air to move in and out of the lungs, causing symptoms like wheezing, coughing, and breathing difficulty. Children are particularly susceptible to asthma due to their smaller airways. The number of children with asthma has been increasing, making it essential for parents and caregivers to be informed and proactive.

Common Triggers for Asthma in Children

Various factors can trigger an asthma attack in children. Identifying these triggers is the first step towards managing asthma effectively:

Allergens: Pollen, dust mites, mold, and pet dander can trigger asthma.

Respiratory infections: Colds and flu often worsen asthma symptoms.

Exercise: Physical exertion sometimes causes exercise-induced bronchoconstriction, a type of asthma.

Weather changes: Cold air or sudden changes in weather can trigger an asthma attack.

Strong smells: Perfumes, agarbathis, cleaning products, tobacco smoke, and smoke can irritate the airways.

Managing Asthma Triggers

Minimize exposure to allergens: Regularly clean and ventilate your home to reduce dust mites, mold, and pet dander. During high pollen seasons, keep windows closed and consider using air purifiers.

Stay updated with vaccinations: Ensure that your child’s vaccinations, especially for the flu, are up to date to decrease the likelihood of respiratory infections.

Manage exercise-induced asthma: Consult your child’s doctor at Aloha Kids Clinic about using a inhaler before exercise. Also, ensure that your child warms up before engaging in any strenuous activity.

Dress appropriately for the weather: If cold weather is a trigger, make sure your child is bundled up before heading outside. If sudden weather changes cause symptoms, pay attention to the forecast and be prepared.

Avoid strong smells: Opt for fragrance-free cleaning products and discourage smoking in your home or around your child. Avoid incense sticks and other strong room fresheners especially in the child’s bedroom and playing areas. 

Educate your child: Teach your child to recognize the early signs of an asthma attack and what to do if one occurs. Make sure they know how to use their inhaler or medication properly.

Regular doctor visits: Regular visits to Aloha Kids Clinic will help monitor your child’s asthma. Our specialists in Bangalore are experienced in managing asthma, allergies, and sleep disorders in children. We will work with you to develop an asthma action plan tailored for your child.

Emergency Preparedness: Keep your child’s reliever medication handy at all times. Make sure that teachers, caregivers, and family members are aware of your child’s asthma triggers and know how to respond in an emergency.


At Aloha Kids Clinic in Bangalore, we understand how critical it is for parents and caregivers to safeguard the health and well-being of children. By identifying the triggers for asthma and taking steps to manage them, you can significantly reduce the frequency and severity of asthma attacks. Keeping a vigilant eye for symptoms such as wheezing, cough, and breathing difficulty is crucial. It is also important to educate your child, family members, and caregivers about asthma and its triggers. Regular visits to a specialized clinic, like Aloha Kids Clinic, can help in monitoring and managing your child’s asthma effectively.

At Aloha Kids Clinic, our dedicated team of professionals is committed to providing the highest standard of care for children suffering from asthma, allergies, and sleep disorders. Our experts will work closely with you to develop a personalized asthma action plan that empowers you to manage your child’s condition confidently.

Empower yourself with knowledge and take proactive steps in creating a safer and healthier environment for your child. Together, we can ensure that children with asthma can lead active, fulfilling lives without the constant worry of asthma attacks.

We invite you to visit Aloha Kids Clinic in Bangalore for consultation and guidance on managing asthma in children. Our doors are always open for you and your little ones.

Thanks for reading! Stay healthy 🌺

Disclaimer: This article is for educational purposes only and is not a substitute for professional medical advice. Always consult a doctor for medical concerns.


When Sneezes and Coughs Mean More: Spotting Danger Signs in Your Little One’s Cold

Hello there! Welcome to the Aloha Kids Clinic blog. We are here in Bangalore to help keep kids healthy and happy. We are like detectives for sniffles and coughs! Our clinic specializes in figuring out problems like asthma, allergies, and sleep disorders in children. Today, we’re going to talk about something very important. What to do when a common cold in children might be more than just a cold!

The Common Cold – Sneezes and Sniffles 🤧

We all know what it’s like when we get a common cold. Stuffy noses, sneezes, coughs and feeling tired. Kids catch colds just like adults, but they can bounce back quickly most of the time.

✨ However, sometimes a cold can be a tricky little villain hiding something bigger, like asthma or pneumonia. This is why it’s important for parents and guardians to know the danger signs.

🚨 Danger Sign #1: Trouble Breathing 🚨

When a child has a cold, it’s normal for them to have a stuffy nose. But if your little one is breathing really fast, or their chest is moving in and out a lot, this could be a sign of asthma or pneumonia.

Asthma can make the airways in the lungs get smaller, making it tough for air to move in and out. Imagine breathing through a tiny straw – that’s what asthma can feel like!

Pneumonia is when the lungs get an infection and become inflamed. This can also make breathing difficult. If your child is breathing heavily, it’s time to call the pediatrician!

🚨 Danger Sign #2: High Fevers 🚨

Fevers can be part of a cold, but high fevers are like red flags waving at you! If your child’s temperature is higher than 102°F (38.9°C), it means their body is fighting really hard against an infection. This could be pneumonia, which is serious, especially in small children. It’s important to see a pediatrician right away if your child has a high fever.

🚨 Danger Sign #3: Wheezing or Whistling Sound 🚨

If you hear a wheezing or whistling sound when your child breathes, that might mean the child might have some underlying asthma. Asthma can make the airways in the lungs narrow, and that makes these sounds. This is another danger sign that says, “Hey! Call the pediatrician!”

🚨 Danger Sign #4: Feeling Really Tired or Weak 🚨

If your kiddo is more tired than usual or doesn’t want to play, pay attention! When children are super sleepy or weak during a cold, it could be because their body is fighting something more serious.

🚨 Danger Sign #5: Cough That Won’t Go Away 🚨

Coughing is normal in a cold. But if the cough is really bad or lasts more than two weeks, it could be a sign of asthma or pneumonia. A cough that is noted at night or with exercise even when the child is not sick

👩‍⚕️ What to Do When You Spot Danger Signs?

Don’t worry! If you see any of these danger signs in your child, it’s time to visit the pediatrician. Pediatricians are like superheroes for sick kids! They can check your little one and give them the right medicine or treatment.

At Aloha Kids Clinic in Bangalore, our amazing doctors are experts in helping children with asthma, allergies, and other problems. We’re here to make sure your child gets the best care!

👉 Here’s How Aloha Kids Clinic Can Help 👈

A cough is our body’s superhero power, but sometimes it can tell us that something’s wrong.Asthma is when our air tubes get all squeezed up and makes us cough. Exercise Induced Asthma happens when the tubes get grumpy during exercise.

Allergies are when our air tubes don’t like certain things like dust or pet fur.

Sleep disorders can also cause coughs, and if you have asthma or allergies, it might make them worse.

The Aloha Kids Clinic in Bangalore is like a superhero base 🚀 for children with coughs. They can figure out what’s wrong and help make it better.

🤝 Teamwork Makes the Dream Work 🤝

Remember, keeping kids healthy is a team effort. You, as a parent or guardian, are the captain of your child’s health team, and the pediatrician is your co-captain. By keeping an eye out for the danger signs – like trouble breathing, high fevers, wheezing sounds, feeling really tired, or a cough that won’t go away – you are doing a great job as the team captain!

And when you spot these danger signs, just know that the Aloha Kids Clinic is ready to jump in as your co-captain. We’re here to help your child feel better and make sure those sneezes and coughs don’t turn into something bigger.

💙 In Conclusion 💙

Colds in children can sometimes hide bigger problems like asthma or pneumonia. Knowing the danger signs helps you be a superhero for your child’s health. And remember, you’re not alone. Our pediatricians at Aloha Kids Clinic in Bangalore are ready to put on their capes and help save the day!

So, the next time your little one has a cold, keep those detective eyes open for any danger signs. And if you see them, don’t hesitate to reach out to us at Aloha Kids Clinic for some super-powered help!

Thanks for reading! Stay healthy 🌺

Disclaimer: This article is for educational purposes only and is not a substitute for professional medical advice. Always consult a doctor for medical concerns.


Hi Friends! 🌸 Today, we are going to talk about a super important topic. Imagine you’re at a birthday party 🎂 or playing your favorite sport ⚽ and suddenly, you can’t stop coughing! What’s going on? Well, our friends at Aloha Kids Clinic in Bangalore are experts at solving this mystery. They told us that sometimes a cough is more than “just a cough.” It could be a sign of asthma or allergies. Let’s dive into this cool topic! 🌊

So, what is a cough?

A cough is like a superhero power 💥 that your body uses to keep your throat and airways clean. It helps to kick out any bad stuff like dust or germs. But sometimes, when the cough doesn’t go away or happens a lot, it might be telling you that something’s not right.

Asthma – The Sneaky Cough Monster 🐲

Now, let’s talk about a word you might have heard before – asthma. Imagine your airways as tiny tubes. These tubes let the air go in and out when you breathe. But with asthma, these tubes get smaller because the muscles around them tighten up. It’s like squeezing a straw really hard! This makes it difficult for air to move, and so you cough.

Did you know there are different types of asthma?

One is called Exercise Induced Asthma. No, it doesn’t mean exercise is bad! Exercise is awesome for you! But sometimes, when children run around a lot, their air tubes get a little grumpy and start to squeeze. This causes them to cough during or after exercise.

Allergies – The Invisible Troublemakers 👻

Allergies are another reason why children cough a lot. Imagine having a friend who doesn’t like broccoli 🥦. Whenever they see it, they make a face 😖. Just like that, sometimes our bodies don’t like things like dust, pollen or pet fur. Our air tubes make a ‘yucky’ face by coughing to tell us they don’t like it.

Sleep Disorders and Cough 🌙

Sometimes when children go to bed, they may still be coughing. This is no fun because we all love to dream about awesome adventures, right? Sleep disorders can make us cough, or if we have asthma or allergies, they can get worse when we’re trying to sleep. Not getting enough sleep can make us grumpy and not able to play as much. Research has also shown that children with sleep problems perform poorly in school as they are not able to concentrate

What Can We Do? 🌟

You must be thinking, “Oh no! What can we do about this?” Well, don’t worry! The experts at Aloha Kids Clinic are like cough detectives 🕵️‍♂️. They have special tools and tests to find out why someone is coughing. They can check if it’s asthma, allergies or a sleep disorder.

And guess what? They can help make it better! They might give you medicine, teach you cool breathing exercises or even tell you how to make your room extra clean so the air tubes are happy. 😊

Just like we have to eat veggies and fruits to keep our bodies strong 💪, sometimes our air tubes need some extra care too.

Listen to Your Cough 🎧

Remember, if you or your friends are coughing a lot, it’s important to listen to what the cough is trying to say. It might be telling you that the air tubes need some help.

If you live in Bangalore or nearby, the Aloha Kids Clinic is the place to go for help. They are like superheroes for children who need to fight against the sneaky cough monsters like asthma and allergies.

So, let’s be cough detectives too! We can keep an eye 👀 and an ear 👂 on our coughs and those of our friends. If a cough is being extra sneaky and sticking around for a long time, or if it’s making it hard to play and have fun, it’s time to talk to a grown-up. Parents and teachers can help, and they might take you to see the amazing experts at Aloha Kids Clinic.

Let’s Recap! 📝

A cough is our body’s superhero power, but sometimes it can tell us that something’s wrong.Asthma is when our air tubes get all squeezed up and makes us cough. Exercise Induced Asthma happens when the tubes get grumpy during exercise.

Allergies are when our air tubes don’t like certain things like dust or pet fur.

Sleep disorders can also cause coughs, and if you have asthma or allergies, it might make them worse.

The Aloha Kids Clinic in Bangalore is like a superhero base 🚀 for children with coughs. They can figure out what’s wrong and help make it better.

A Message to the Grown-ups 💌

Hey moms, dads, and guardians! If your child is coughing a lot, especially at night or after playing, it’s important to keep an eye on them. Aloha Kids Clinic specializes in evaluating and managing asthma, allergies, and sleep disorders in children. They have a super kid-friendly medical office in Bangalore. The team of experts there will make sure that your little ones are in safe hands. So don’t wait; let’s give the cough monsters a tough time!

Back to Our Little Detectives 🕵️‍♀️

Alright friends, now that you know how to be a cough detective and what to do when a cough is more than “just a cough,” you’re all set! Be brave, stay curious, and remember, taking care of ourselves is the greatest adventure of all!

If you learned something new today or enjoyed reading this, don’t forget to share it with your friends! And if you have any cool stories or questions, tell us in the comments below! 🎈

Happy adventures, everyone! 🌈

-Your friends at Aloha Kids Clinic

Disclaimer: This article is for educational purposes only and is not a substitute for professional medical advice. Always consult a doctor for medical concerns.


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When your little one is sniffling and coughing, your heart might ache just as much as their throat does. Upper Respiratory Infections (URIs), often caused by viruses, are common in children. These may include the common cold, influenza, and others, with symptoms such as sore throat, cough, runny nose, and sometimes fever. This article aims to guide parents on what to do and what not to do when dealing with URIs, as well as understanding the warning signs that necessitate a visit to the pediatrician or Emergency Department.

What to Do:

1. Avoid Over-The-Counter Cold Medicines for Young Children

Cold medicines should not be given to children under 4 years of age and should be used with caution in older children.

2. Don’t Use Antibiotics Unless Necessary

Antibiotics are not effective against viruses. They should only be used if a bacterial infection is present, as prescribed by a healthcare provider.

3. Avoid Aspirin

Never give aspirin to children or teenagers with a viral infection. It is associated with Reye’s syndrome, a rare but serious condition.

4. Don’t Expose Them to Irritants

Cigarette smoke and strong odors can make symptoms worse. Maintain a clean environment.

5. Don’t Force Them to Eat

It’s common for children to lose their appetite during an infection. Focus on hydration and offer easy-to-digest foods.

Signs and Symptoms to Watch For:

1. Trouble Breathing

If your child is breathing rapidly, has a bluish hue around the lips or is using extra muscles to breathe, it’s crucial to seek medical help immediately.

2. High Fever

A persistent high fever, especially above 104°F (40°C) or any fever in an infant less than three months old, should be evaluated by a healthcare professional.

3. Severe or Persistent Cough

A cough that interferes with breathing or sleeping, or if whooping sound or wheezing is present, needs medical attention.

4. Dehydration

Signs of dehydration include sunken eyes, dry mouth, decreased urine output, or no tears when crying. This necessitates prompt medical care.

5. Ear Pain or Drainage

This could indicate an ear infection. Consult the pediatrician if your child complains of ear pain or if there’s discharge from the ear.

6. Rash

A rash coupled with a fever can be indicative of various conditions, some of which can be serious. Contact your pediatrician.

7. Sore Throat with Difficulty Swallowing

If your child is unable to swallow or is drooling excessively, seek medical care. It might indicate a more severe throat infection.

8. Lethargy or Change in Mental Status

If your child is unusually sleepy, irritable, or not responding normally, it is a red flag that needs immediate medical attention.

When to See the Pediatrician or Visit the Emergency Department:

Visit the Pediatrician: For mild to moderate symptoms such as low-grade fever, mild cough, ear pain, or if symptoms are not improving after 3-5 days. The pediatrician will evaluate the child and can advise on appropriate treatments.

Consider visiting the pediatrician if the child has other medical problems like Asthma, Chronic Lung Disease and cardiac problems

Go to the Emergency Department: If your child exhibits severe symptoms such as high fever, difficulty breathing, severe cough, signs of dehydration, or any change in mental status, it is imperative to seek emergency care immediately. These symptoms could be indicative of a severe infection or complication and need to be addressed urgently.

In Summary

While upper respiratory infections are common in children and often resolve on their own with supportive care, it’s essential for parents to know how to alleviate symptoms safely and be vigilant about the warning signs that indicate a more serious condition. Through a combination of home remedies, avoiding certain practices, and understanding when to seek medical help, parents can navigate the often-tricky waters of their child’s illness and ensure they receive the best care possible. Remember, always consult your healthcare provider for advice and information tailored to your child’s specific health needs.

Please explore other pediatric healthcare related topics on and if required you can schedule an in-person or telemedicine appointment. 


Flu Shots for Children's


In the vibrant landscapes of India, where the hustle of life is as persistent as the diversity of its people, the health of our children stands paramount. Aloha Kids Clinic stands at the forefront of pediatric care, advocating for the well-being of our young ones with a focus on prevention through vaccination, especially against the flu.

The Perils of Influenza

The flu is not just a severe health nuisance but a formidable foe that preys on the vulnerable, particularly our children. With the advent of flu season, the urgency for vaccination becomes ever more pressing

Reduced Risk of Severe Illness

Children, especially the younger demographic, find themselves at an elevated risk for serious flu complications. The flu shot stands as a shield, significantly diminishing this risk and ensuring our children’s safety.

Prevention of Spread

Our children, the heart of our communities and the pulse of our schools, can inadvertently become carriers of influenza. Vaccination curtails this spread, safeguarding not only our children but every individual within the community’s embrace.

Healthcare Burden

India’s healthcare system, while robust, faces challenges with the surge of flu cases. Vaccinations are the strategic response to lessen the load on our healthcare warriors, ensuring every child and citizen receives the care they deserve.

Protection of Vulnerable Populations

When we vaccinate our children, we weave a protective net around the most susceptible in our society — the elderly, the infirm, and the immunocompromised. This act of preemptive care is a testament to our collective responsibility.

Overall Public Health Improvement

The flu vaccine is a cornerstone in the edifice of public health. Its widespread adoption is a beacon of hope in curtailing flu epidemics, setting the stage for a healthier populace.

School Attendance and Education

An uninterrupted education is the right of every child. Flu shots ensure that the classrooms remain bustling with eager minds rather than the echoing silence of absenteeism.

Aloha Kids Clinic: Your Child’s Medical Sanctuary

At Aloha Kids Clinic, we embrace a holistic approach to pediatric care, nurturing the seedlings of today to grow into the strong trees of tomorrow.

Our Philosophy of Care

We believe in a proactive approach to health, one that combines vaccines with a healthy diet, regular exercise, and the fostering of mental well-being from a tender age. We are a medical home — a Kids Medical Home — that cherishes each child’s unique journey through growth and development.

Pediatric Care Tailored for Comfort

Our pediatricians and nursing staff don’t just wear their professionalism like a badge but their compassion like a warm embrace. Every child is met with smiles, every concern addressed with understanding.

A Hub of Preventive Measures

At Aloha Kids Clinic, prevention is our mantra. Flu vaccines, a staple in our preventive care arsenal, are administered with the gentlest touch, ensuring your child is comfortable, reassured, and protected.

The Journey to Vaccination

Scheduling Your Visit

Aloha Kids Clinic has streamlined the process to ensure that getting your child vaccinated is as easy as it is essential. Visit our website or dial 9606077401 to schedule an appointment.

The Aloha Experience

Arriving for a flu shot at our clinic is an experience in itself. Our kid-friendly environment and knowledgeable staff will guide you through each step, making sure you and your child leave with peace of mind and a smile.


Understanding the importance of flu shots for children, especially in a country as populous as India, is to understand the fabric of health that connects us all. Aloha Kids Clinic is more than just a clinic; it’s a partner in your child’s health journey. Join us in our mission to protect and nurture the future of our nation.


Introduction to Aloha Kids Clinic!:

At Aloha Kids Clinic, we believe in providing holistic care for your little ones. Our approach is centered around wellness, prevention, and a deep understanding of each child’s unique needs. Here, we go beyond the traditional medical model, focusing not just on treatment but on nurturing the overall physical and mental well-being of children.

Holistic Pediatric Care

Wellness from the Start

Our goal at Aloha Kids Clinic is to prevent health problems before they start. We emphasize the importance of vaccines, healthy nutrition, and an active lifestyle right from a young age. Our pediatricians and staff are dedicated to educating families on the best practices for maintaining good health, ensuring a robust foundation for your child’s future.

Comprehensive Medical Support

Understanding that children’s health needs can be unpredictable, we provide constant support. Our pediatrician is always on call, ready to assist whenever your child needs it the most. We believe in being there for our little patients at all times, ensuring that help is just a call away.

Electronic Medical Records: A Game-Changer

We maintain comprehensive Electronic Medical Records for all our young patients. This system is not just a record-keeping tool; it’s a crucial component of our care strategy. Having detailed, up-to-date information about each child enables us to provide personalized and effective treatment whenever it’s needed.

The Aloha Approach to Family Involvement

Valuing Parental Input

At Aloha Kids Clinic, we recognize that parents know their children best. That’s why we value parental input and involve families in medical decision-making. Our approach is collaborative, ensuring that the care plan reflects the child’s needs and the family’s preferences.

Pediatric Nursing Staff and Pediatricians: A Kid-Friendly Team

Our staff, from nurses to pediatricians, are not just healthcare professionals; they are passionate advocates for children’s health. They bring a kid-friendly approach to every interaction, ensuring that each visit to our clinic is a positive experience for both the child and the family.

Accessibility and Convenience

Easy Appointment Scheduling

We understand that families have busy schedules. To make accessing healthcare easier, we offer convenient online appointment scheduling on our website, Alternatively, appointments can be made by calling 9606077401. Our aim is to make healthcare accessible and hassle-free.

Conclusion: The Aloha Way

Choosing the right pediatric clinic for your child is a crucial decision. At Aloha Kids Clinic, we offer a unique blend of holistic care, always-available support, and a family-inclusive approach. Our commitment is to nurture your child’s health and well-being, the Aloha way.


Welcome to Aloha Kids Clinic!:

Hello families and kids! Are you looking for a super cool place for your child’s health care? Let me introduce you to Aloha Kids Clinic. It’s not just any clinic; it’s a special place where kids get the best care to grow up healthy and happy.

What Makes Aloha Kids Clinic Special?

1. Holistic Care for Happy Kids

At Aloha Kids Clinic, we take care of your whole child, not just when they have a cold or a boo-boo. Our goal is to keep them healthy in their body and mind. We have lots of ways to do this, like making sure they get the right vaccines, eat healthy foods, and play and exercise a lot.

2. Always There When You Need Us

Got a question in the middle of the night or need help when your child is feeling sick? Don’t worry! We have a pediatrician ready to help you anytime, day or night. You’re not alone; we’re here to help whenever you need us.

3. Keeping Track of Your Child’s Health

At our clinic, we use something called Electronic Medical Records. This is like a super smart diary that keeps all the information about your child’s health. It helps us take the best care of them because we know their health history very well.

4. Parents and Doctors, A Super Team!

Guess what? You, the parents, are a big part of our team! We believe you know your child the best. So, when we make decisions about your child’s health, we do it together. Your ideas and concerns are really important to us.

Kid-Friendly Team

Our pediatricians and nurses are not just super smart; they are also super friendly! They know how to make your visit fun and comfortable. You’ll love meeting them!

Easy Peasy Appointments

Want to visit us? You can easily make an appointment by going to our website or calling us at 9606077401. It’s quick and easy!

Why Aloha Kids Clinic?

1. Preventing Health Problems

We don’t just treat sickness; we work hard to prevent it. This means we help you make sure your child stays strong and doesn’t get sick often. We do this by giving them vaccines and teaching you about healthy living.

2. Fun and Learning

Coming to Aloha Kids Clinic is not just about getting a check-up. It’s a place where you can learn lots of cool stuff about staying healthy and strong. And guess what? It’s a lot of fun too!

3. Always Available

Remember, no matter what time it is, there’s always a pediatrician ready to help at Aloha Kids Clinic. That’s how much we care about you!

4. A Big Family

At Aloha Kids Clinic, we’re like a big, happy family. We work with you and care for your child just like they are part of our family.

Join the Aloha Family!



Hello, parents and guardians! Today, we’re going to talk about something really important – flu vaccines for kids, also popularly known as the “flu shot”.  We know you want to keep your little ones healthy and happy, and that’s why we’re here to share some helpful information from Aloha Kids Clinic.

What is Flu?

First things first, let’s talk about the flu. Flu, or influenza, is a sickness that can make you feel really bad. It’s like a super bad cold with fever, cough, and feeling tired. Some children can have complications like pneumonia, bronchitis,sinus infections and ear infections. It’s not fun for anyone, especially for kids.

Why are Vaccines important?

Vaccines are like tiny superheroes that help our bodies fight off the bad guys – germs. The flu vaccine helps your body learn how to fight the flu, so if the flu germs try to make you sick, your body is ready to stop them!

The Aloha Kids Clinic Way

At Aloha Kids Clinic, we’re all about making sure your visit is as fun and stress-free as possible. We have the best pediatric nurses and doctors who are super kid-friendly. They know how to make getting a flu shot quick and easy.

Who Needs the Flu vaccine?

The Indian Academy of Pediatrics recommends yearly flu vaccines for all children from 6 months onwards till 5 years of age. It is recommended to continue yearly in children who are at high risk to develop severe influenza such as children with weak immune systems and children with chronic diseases like cardiac illness, asthma, wheezing problems,chronic respiratory conditions, diabetes, obesity etc. Please talk to your pediatrician if your child would benefit from yearly vaccine after 5 years of age.

Is it safe and advisable for a child who suffers from asthma or wheezing problems to receive the flu vaccine?

Yes, your child with asthma or wheezing problems can and should receive the flu vaccine. The rationale for this is rooted in the understanding that children with asthma or wheezing are at a higher risk for complications from the flu. Influenza can trigger asthma attacks and can lead to the development of pneumonia and other respiratory diseases, which can be particularly severe in children with pre-existing respiratory conditions.

When a child with asthma or wheezing contracts the flu, their already sensitive airways can become more inflamed or congested, making it harder to breathe. This can exacerbate their asthma symptoms, potentially leading to more severe asthma attacks. By vaccinating against the flu, you are providing an important layer of protection. The vaccine works by preparing the immune system to recognize and fight the virus, which significantly reduces the risk of catching the flu and, consequently, the risk of a flu-triggered asthma attack.

When to give the Flu vaccine ?

In India Influenza is noted throughout the year but peaks in Winter and Monsoon. It is strongly recommended to give the flu vaccine at least 2-4 weeks before influenza season. For best protection, it is beneficial to administer between the months of August to February. 

Getting the Vaccine – It’s Simple!

When it’s time for your flu shot, you can visit Aloha Kids Clinic. You can make an appointment on our website or call us at 9606077401. It’s really easy!

What Happens at the Aloha Kids Clinic ?

At our clinic, you’ll see that we have a colorful and fun place for kids. When you get your flu shot, it’s super quick, and it doesn’t hurt much. It’s just like a little pinch!

Observation Time

After you get your flu shot, we have a special 10-15-minute observation time. This is when you hang out with us a little longer, so we can make sure you’re feeling okay after your vaccine. You can play with toys or read books during this time.

What are some of the side effects of the vaccine?

It is generally a safe vaccine. However some children can have soreness, redness and mild swelling at the injection site. In rare cases, some children get fever, muscle aches and headaches.

Stay Healthy Tips

Apart from getting your flu shot, there are other ways to stay healthy. Always wash your hands, eat healthy foods, and get plenty of sleep. These things help keep your body strong.

Questions? Just Ask!

If you have any questions about the flu vaccine or anything else, just ask us. We’re here to help and make sure you feel safe and informed.


Remember, getting a flu vaccine is an important part of staying healthy. At Aloha Kids Clinic, we make it easy and fun. We can’t wait to see you and help you stay strong and healthy this flu season!

Remember, kids, staying healthy is super important, and getting your flu vaccine is a big part of that. See you soon at Aloha Kids Clinic! Call 9606077401 now to make an appointment.

Ensuring the Well-being of Your Little Ones

At Aloha Kids Clinic, we understand how important it is to provide comprehensive pediatric care that covers every aspect of your child’s health. Our team of dedicated healthcare professionals is committed to ensuring the well-being of your little ones in a warm and welcoming environment. From routine check-ups to specialized services, we offer a wide range of pediatric care specialties to meet all of your child’s needs.

One of the key benefits of choosing Aloha Kids Clinic for your child’s healthcare is our focus on preventative care. We believe in the power of early detection and intervention to prevent the onset of serious health conditions. Through routine check-ups and screenings, we can identify any potential issues and address them before they become major concerns.

Supporting Mental Health and Well-being

In addition to physical health, we also prioritize your child’s mental health and well-being. Our clinic offers mental health care, education, and counseling services to support your child’s emotional development. Our compassionate team is trained to address a wide range of pediatric mental health concerns, including anxiety, depression, and behavioral issues. We provide a safe and nurturing environment for your child to express their feelings and receive the support they need.

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Bangalore – 560062

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    Contact us

    Call us

    +91 96060 77401

    Visit us at

    Aloha Kids Clinic
    No 531, 2nd Floor,
    Nammalaya Building,
    Bangalore – 560062

    Send us an email


    Sign up for the Aloha newsletter to receive all the news offers and discounts from Aloha Kids clinic.

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