Children fall prey to cold and flu with changes in season. Young children are especially susceptible to cold and flu because their immunity is still developing.
Colds and flu are caused by viruses so antibiotics may not help much in clearing an infection.
There are some home remedies that can be used to cure your child of cold and flu. Certain foods might also help to ease the condition in children. Examine them in detail by going through this ClipBook.
The ‘common cold’ is caused by viruses (germs) that infect the nose, throat and sinuses. Colds are most common in the fall and winter when people are indoors and in close contact with each other. Find out how to keep those cold symptoms in check a...
Younger children may get more colds than older children because they haven't developed a resistance to cold viruses yet. Arm yourself with everything you need to know about identifying and treating your kid's cold.
Colds and flus are viral infections, so antibiotics won’t help when it comes to clearing up an infection. However, there are steps you can take to help your child feel better while their immune system battles the virus.
Colder temperatures, shorter days and the hustle and bustle of winter festivities can also mean bouts of the cold or flu. Here are some superhero foods that will keep your family healthy and the sniffles at bay.
Try these effective and safe home remedies. While none of them will shorten an illness, they may help your child feel a lot better.
When your infant or baby shows signs of having a cold or flu, won’t you try anything to give them relief? Though cough and cold medicines are not usually recommended for children under six years of age, there are a number of other ways by which yo...