Is It A Cold Or The Flu? How To Tell The Difference.

You feel tired, weak, achy and overall lousy. Your nose is running, your throat hurts, you’re sneezing and coughing, you have a headache and you’re running a fever. Do you have a cold or the flu? Is the flu even something you should still worry about in April?

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What Can I Do To Keep My Child From Getting So Many Colds?

Cold season is on its way, and in many places, is already here. Just in the first two years of life, most children have 8-10 colds. And if your child is in childcare, or if there are older school-age children in your house, he/she may have even more, since colds spread easily among children who are in close contact with one another. To help lessen the symptoms and help your child feel better, read this blog full of great advice from Lauren Adler, MD, FAAP, a pediatrician with our Westchester Health Pediatrics group.

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