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.
Why your child may be prone to repeat bouts of colds, ear infections, strep throat, pneumonia, or other ailments -- and what you can do to help.
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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?
Baby, it's cold season--and believe it or not, your kids could slide through it with nary a stuffed nose or sore throat. Just take a few simple steps, starting today.
Arm your little one with these self-care basics now, while he's healthy, so he can be more independent the next time a cold or a stomach bug strikes.
As a pediatrician and a father, I've perfected some easy ways to tell whether your groaner has a flair for the dramatic or genuinely doesn't feel well.