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Are COVID-19 Vaccinations Safe for Children and Adolescents?

Currently, nearly half of people in the United States have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, however, a large segment of the population has yet to be vaccinated — children and younger adolescents. Until recently, many of those children and teens were not eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. … Continue reading

Why Is My Child’s Asthma Worse At Night?

Life with a child who has asthma can be frightening when they have a flare up, but it is compounded when it occurs at night. Waking up hearing your child wheezing and coughing not only disrupts everyone’s sleep, but it could mean a trip to the hospital. … Continue reading

Preparing Your Child For A COVID-19 Test

No one is immune from becoming infected with the COVID-19 virus, and although children are less vulnerable than our older populations, they still may need to get tested. Preparing your child for a COVID-19 test can help to prevent it from being a scary proposition for your little one. … Continue reading

COVID-19 vs Flu Symptoms In Children

Worrying about your children this fall will be commonplace, since flu season is almost upon us right in the middle of a pandemic. Stay informed about COVID-19 vs flu symptoms in children, and it will help you to identify what to do and when to be concerned. … Continue reading