Recurrent respiratory infections are very common in children. When might these be a sign of an underlying problem and what are some causes?
Many illnesses are caused by viruses spread through casual contact. We take a closer look at common viral infections and how to keep from catching them.
Bronchiolitis is a common lung infection that is usually caused by RSV, with symptoms of a runny nose, cough, difficulty breathing, and wheezing.
Immunity debt can make your kids more likely to get sick this cold and flu season. Doctors share tips on how to keep your kids healthy.
Having a cold and asthma can make asthma symptoms harder to control, turning an otherwise mild respiratory infection into a serious medical event.
Toddlers can get chest congestion for many different reasons. Know when to see a doctor and how to relieve symptoms.
Upper respiratory infections affect the nose, sinuses, and throat. They are usually viral. Reviewed by a board-certified infectious disease physician.
Learn about the viruses that cause the common cold, and when and where you're most at risk.
As schools in the U.S. make plans to re-open in COVID-19-safe ways, they may have to contend with another, unexpected, respiratory illness—the common cold.
There are many things you can do to help keep your baby healthy during cold and flu season. Here are the best ways to prevent these illnesses and RSV.