You may think you know everything about treating your child’s fever, but there are actually many misconceptions out there. Find out what they are and the best course of action.
For cancer patients, there’s one symptom that indisputably requires a trip to the hospital: fever. Find out why from an emergency medicine director and a hematologist-oncologist.
What’s a “normal” human body temperature? That’s a little more complicated than you might think. A family medicine physician explains what can cause temperature fluctuations, and when they’re cause for concern.
How high is too high for your kid’s fever? Our expert explains when a fever is serious.
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A fever of 101 degrees or higher is commonly associated with the flu. It’s uncomfortable, but it’s actually part of the body’s immune response. Fluids and anti-inflammatory medicines can help you stay comfortable.
Sometimes you just know your child should stay home sick. But often it’s difficult to make the call. Get a pediatrician’s advice on common symptoms that may sideline your child.
What’s the best way to take your child’s temperature — with an oral, ear, forehead, rectal or armpit thermometer? Tap to discover the pros and cons of each device.