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A Japanese pediatrician has launched a website in Ukrainian and three other languages to help caregivers and children fleeing Russia’s invasion of Ukraine deal with the challenges they face in places of shelter such as limited water or warmth.

The site, which is in Ukrainian, Polish, English and Japanese, compiles information on topics including children’s mental health care, treating diarrhea, baby hygiene, and preventing dehydration and infectious diseases.

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