What is Jaundice?
A medical condition with yellowing of the skin or whites of the eyes, arising from excess of the pigment bilirubin and typically caused by obstruction of the bile duct, by liver disease, or by excessive breakdown of red blood cells in addition to other causes, such as..
What's the danger?
In the vast majority of newborn cases, jaundice isn't anything to worry about. But if a newborn's bilirubin levels get too high — because his jaundice goes without any treatment and the levels continue to rise — it can cause permanent damage to the nervous system. A very small percentage of jaundiced newborns develop a condition called kernicterus, which can result in deafness, delayed development, or a form of cerebral palsy.
In adults, however, there are many possible symptoms, such as..
-No Treatment
-Blood Transfusion
-intravenous fluids

Adult case of Jaundice
little boy with jaundice

Newborn baby with jaundice
Adult with Jaundice

Newborn baby with jaundice