Did you know the common cold can be caused by over 200 viruses? Learn how symptoms differ from the flu, what treatments to choose for relief, including simple, at-home strategies.
From car seats to vaccines, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) routinely publishes guidance and advice to help parents keep kids safe and healthy.
While middle ear infections predominantly occur in children, they are still possible in adults. Discover the different causes and risk factors.
Measles is diagnosed by a combination of a high fever, the presence of Koplik's spots in your mouth, and the measles rash, as well as blood tests.
Antiviral drugs like interferon, ribavirin, amantadine, and Tamiflu prevent or treat different types of viral illnesses.
Some people do not want to get a flu shot because they are concerned they may get the flu. Find out if there is any truth to this concern.
Congestion occurs when the blood vessels in the nasal or sinus passageways become engorged with blood. This commonly occurs with infections.
Three pediatricians help answer your questions about distinguishing COVID-19 from the common cold.
Pneumonia can be severe and life-threatening in some cases. Learn which types are the most dangerous and how someone can die from pneumonia.
Pneumonia is a lung infection that is caused by bacteria or a virus. Children can be at greater risk because their immune systems aren’t fully developed.