It's that time of year again..flu season. Are you prepared?
If you have a child in school, chances are he or she is going to come home with a cold at some point during the year. Here are a few tips on when you should keep your child home to recover.
Here's what you can do to help your child when a cold just has to run its course. Here are some things you can do at home to soothe your child’s cold symptoms.
Common colds are - unfortunately - common, so they're easy to catch. But, can you help protect your child from getting one?
The cold virus can stay active on a surface for three hours. Anytime you have a large amount of people, such as children in school, you will have germs spread from one person to another through touching objects.