Cold

Those sneezy, runny nose, stuffy head symptoms are an all-too-common childhood complaint when kids get a cold. Get the answers you need to help your child feel better fast. Plus: Are all over-the-counter cold medicines safe for your kid? Find out here.

Under-Eye Circles

If your child has dark circles under his eyes, it doesn't necessarily mean he's sleep-deprived. The most common cause for this is nasal congestion.

Vitamin D May Be the Key to Fewer Colds

Could a simple vitamin (and no, not vitamin C!) be the key to cutting down on the seemingly never-ending colds and infections that are highjacking our households this winter?

Treating the Flu

A doctor gives advice on what to do when you or your child has influenza. Video courtesy of Le Bonheur Children's Hospital.

How the Flu Spreads

Avoid getting others sick with these expert tips. Video courtesy of Le Bonheur Children's Hospital.

Why the Flu Matters

The flu can be very serious in young children so education and vaccinations are crucial. Video courtesy of Le Bonheur Children's Hospital.

How Safe is the Flu Vaccine?

Learn why the flu vaccine is recommended for pregnant women and babies as young as 6 months. Video courtesy of Le Bonheur Children's Hospital.

What You Should Know About the Flu

From getting vaccinated to washing your hands properly, understand the flu basics to keep your family in the clear. Video courtesy of Le Bonheur Children's Hospital.