Not all coughs toddlers experience are the same. Some come with colds, others are a symptom of disease, still others present themselves with an asthma attack. Here's what you need to know about your toddler's cough, how to treat it, and when to get emergency help.
Don't assume your toddler's cough is just a cold--it could be something more threatening. Here's what to look for and what to do.
It's miserable to watch your kid suffer through sickness. Help her feel better with these home remedies for coughs and colds.
Rumor has it rubbing the mentholated ointment on the bottom of your child's feet can stop a cough. But just how safe is this (clever!) DIY cure?
Coughing is one sign of asthma, a treatable condition.
Inflammation of the vocal cords and windpipe are just two croup cough symptoms. Find out the cause--and best treatment--for this common respiratory illness.
Whooping cough is a serious respiratory infection that can be dangerous for babies who have not been vaccinated. Learn about symptoms and treatment, which includes the pertussis vaccine.
Although unsafe for babies, honey can help soothe coughing in older children, the study found.
Your kid's lingering but otherwise symptomless cough could be due to aspiration.
Before you cozy up in front of the warm flames, follow these steps to keep your home and family safe.