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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Ear Infections & Respiratory Health

Why are ear infections often accompanied with breathing problem symptoms? Respiratory infections are the most common cause of ear infections. The middle ear (the inside part on the other side of eardrum) is normally well ventilated by air that passes from the nose through the Eustachian tube

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In the Literature: Cold and Cough Duration in Children

How long do coughs and colds last in children? When should parents really worry about respiratory symptoms? Recently, the British Medical Journal published an article on the expected duration of common respiratory tract infection related-symptoms, such as earaches, sore throats, and croup. They reviewed the existing scientific

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