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What are some ways you can fight a cold using alternative medicines?
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Can my child take a generic drug?

Do vapor rubs work when trying to cure your child's cough or congestion?
Tessalon, approved by the FDA to treat symptomatic relief of cough in patients older than 10, may attract younger children because of the drug’s candy-like appearance – a round, liquid-filled gelatin capsule.
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Is the popular pain killer causing more harm than good?

When your child has a cold, should you suction their nose?
There has been an outbreak of scabies recently. Here's how to treat it.
Why are so many parents confused about cough and cold medicines?
Nearly one-fifth of those surveyed had never heard of MRSA. This common antibiotic-resistant bacterium causes skin and soft-tissue infections in healthy people, but can lead to invasive, sometimes fatal, infections in seriously sick patients and in those with weak immune systems
"Stroke in children is uncommon but not as rare as we used to think," E. Steve Roach, MD, chair of the statement writing group and professor of pediatric neurology at the Ohio State University College of Medicine, says in a news release. About 10 out of every 100,000 children have a stroke each year. The risk is greatest during the first two months of life.