You’re not feeling well. You’re exhausted, coughing and have a stuffy nose. How do you know if it’s the flu or merely a cold? Here’s how to tell the difference.
Does a fever always mean your child is seriously ill? Not necessarily, says pediatrician David Hornick, MD. “Many parents think a fever is caused directly by a virus or bacteria, but it’s actually caused by your child’s immune system fighting the germ,” he says. Germs don’t like higher temperatures. That’s why your body will send … Read More
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When your child’s forehead feels warm, your thoughts begin racing. How high is too high? Should I give Tylenol? Or when do I call my pediatrician to be sure? Find the answers in our crash course on kids’ temperatures.