Cough

The presence of a persistent cough may mean your baby has a virus. There are different types of coughs - some are dry and others wet and may bring up mucus. Learn how to decode your baby's cough, when to call the doctor, and more.

More in Cough

Cough Symptoms and Treatment Cough Symptoms and Treatment
Whooping Cough Symptoms and Treatment
Decoding Baby's Cough
How Bad Is That Cough? 7 Bad Coughs to Worry About How Bad Is That Cough? 7 Bad Coughs to Worry About
The Never-Ending Chronic Cough The Never-Ending Chronic Cough
Why Whooping Cough Is Making a Comeback
My Wake-Up Call with Whooping Cough My Wake-Up Call with Whooping Cough
The Cough That Won The Cough That Won't Go Away
All-Natural Cold & Cough Remedies All-Natural Cold & Cough Remedies
35 Ways to Keep Your Kids Cold-Free 35 Ways to Keep Your Kids Cold-Free
Quiz: Too Sick for School?
Mold: The Hidden Allergy Problem Mold: The Hidden Allergy Problem
Health Update: How to Soothe Kids' Colds Without Meds
Sick Days Sick Days
Colds: The Basics
What to Do When Baby Gets Sick: 7 Solutions What to Do When Baby Gets Sick: 7 Solutions
Treating Roseola Treating Roseola
Conquering Colds and Flu
Remedios de los Pediatras para Gripes y Resfríos
6 Medication Safety Steps
Cold Comfort Cold Comfort
Teaching Toddlers About Hygiene Teaching Toddlers About Hygiene
What is Roseola? What is Roseola?
How to Get Babies to Take Medicine
9 Clever Ways to Help the Medicine Go Down 9 Clever Ways to Help the Medicine Go Down

Featured Videos

Coughing in Children
Coughing in Children

A doctor discusses the causes of coughing in children and how to best treat them.