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Is it cold season or flu season? Truth is, it's both. And the confusion between these two illnesses doesn't end there. Learn about the differences in symptoms and why you need a different flu vaccine every year.
Children catch as many as six to eight colds per year. But before you reach for the over-the counter cold medicines, learn about their potential risks.
Feeling sick, but not sure what it is you have? Refer to this cheat sheet to sort out cold symptoms vs. flu symptoms.
How can you tell if your child is sniffling from a common cold or the flu, a respiratory infection caused by influenza viruses? This symptom guide can help point you in the right direction.
A cold isn't usually dangerous, but it sure can be a nuisance. Learn about the symptoms of a cold, how you can treat it at home and when is it time to see a doctor.
Knowing the difference between cold and seasonal allergies can guide you to the right quick-relief steps, help prevent future symptoms, and even head off complications like ear infections, sinus infections and worsening asthma.
Almost nothing makes parents feel more helpless than when their child is sick. Learn what to do when your child has a fever and when it is time to see the doctor.
You can prevent the spread of workplace colds by keeping your personal space clean and germ-free. Here are the areas most likely to spread germs and how you can keep them from causing illness.