Changes in season often cause infections with symptoms like cough, sore throat and sneezing showing up. While children can get viral infections any time of the year, seasonal changes make them more susceptible.
Taking precautions helps us to reduce illnesses and visits to the doctor. Getting vaccinations on time, washing hands often, limiting exposure to infected people are some ways by which you can prevent infections.
For more tips on how to keep infections at bay whenever one season changes into another, go through this ClipBook.
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Parents having small kids always remain tense and anxious about their health. When the season changes, children are most likely to get affected. However, if you take the right precautions, you can prevent these diseases.