Posts Tagged fall

Newsletter Autumn 2018

Here is our WIND Study Autumn Newsletter (you can read it in Spanish too)! In this issue, check out some fun autumn crafts, read about WIND Study upcoming opportunities, and get to know one of our newest WIND Study members, Jonathan Yu!  

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Best to Avoid Cold Medicine for Children

Cold season has arrived! We are all familiar with the discomforts of a cold, from runny noses to coughs that disturb our sleep. Although we may reach for an over-the-counter medicine in an effort to feel better, a recent article from the New York Times discusses studies […]

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Newsletter Autumn 2017

Here is our WIND Study Autumn Newsletter (you can read it in Spanish too)! In this issue, check out some fun fall activities, catch up on the latest updates on the study, and get to know one of the newest members of the WIND Study Team, Cassie Crifase!

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Annual Booster Seat Ratings are in: More “BEST BET” Models Now Available

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, or IIHS for short, recently released their annual ratings for car booster seats. Booster seats are meant to raise your child higher in the car to improve the position and angle of the seatbelt so that your child can fit the […]

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Newsletter Fall 2015

Here is our WIND Study Fall Newsletter (you can read it in Spanish, too)! In this issue, check out the latest updates on the study, learn about the link between food allergies and asthma, try some fun fall activities, and get to know one of the study’s co-investigators, […]

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Back to School: Tips for keeping your Child’s Asthma in Check

Going back to school (or daycare) can be an exciting time for both children and parents. However, parents should remember going back to school (or daycare) exposes their child to viruses, indoor allergens in the classroom, and seasonal changes in temperature. Any of these factors could cause […]

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Adjusting to Preschool

Transitioning to preschool can be challenging for some children and their parents. Whether this is your child’s first time in preschool, or he/she is beginning another year with new teachers and children, you may be wondering how you can help your child. Below we have listed some […]

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WIND Study Travel Tips

Here are some tips to help manage your child’s breathing problems, if you plan to travel this holiday season: -Keep your child’s breathing medications handy. For example, keep them in your carry-on bag on an airplane (not checked bags) if you are flying. -Request a dry, sunny, […]

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Newsletter Fall 2014

Here is our fall newsletter (you can read it in Spanish, too)! In this issue, learn about Enterovirus D-68, find out more about fish oil, and get to know one of the study’s co-investigators, Dr. Stephen Teach.

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RSV Season

November through March is RSV season, the time of year when some infants and children get infected with RSV. Here are tips from the Centers for Disease Control to help keep your child healthy during RSV season:

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