Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is a common illness in babies/young children. Learn its symptoms, why it can be serious, and how to prevent it.
Learn the symptoms of respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) and how to prevent it, including information about the RSV vaccination.
An infection with respiratory syncytial virus can make a baby or toddler very sick. For kids over two, RSV will likely cause nothing more than a cold.
An increase in respiratory viruses could be on the horizon for many kids, due to a lack of immunity caused by COVID-19 precautions.
Recurrent respiratory infections are very common in children. When might these be a sign of an underlying problem and what are some causes?
RSV and COVID-19 cause similar respiratory illnesses in babies and young children, who can also get both viruses at the same time.
Upper respiratory infections affect the nose, sinuses, and throat. They are usually viral. Reviewed by a board-certified infectious disease physician.
Bronchiolitis is inflammation of the tiny airways in the lungs, usually by a virus, in infants and toddlers. Learn about its symptoms and treatments.
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.