Dry cough in kids and other coughs explained

A kid’s cough can be a sign of a simple cold or something more serious that needs medical attention. Here are six types of coughs, including dry coughs in kids, and how to handle them. […]

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What exactly is enterovirus?

If you have kids, you’re no stranger to sick days this time of year. The culprit? Many times an enterovirus. While it sounds scary, it’s usually just something that needs to run its course. Every […]

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September most dangerous time for asthma

Who doesn’t look forward to fall— cooler days, school activities and countless ways to enjoy the outdoors. The last thing your child needs during this busy time of year is an asthma attack. Unfortunately, the […]

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Kids with asthma: The silent warriors

One. Two. My son follows my count, breathing through each syllable and the moment slowly passes. Three. Four. Five. These 5-second moments are routine in our house. His heart rate slows and his breathing returns […]

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New start with a new heart

At age 8, Scharnese Cook was very active. She ran track at school and was involved in various activities. In May 2015, she began to have trouble breathing. At first, it appeared to be a […]

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Up With a Cough?

Your child’s nagging, hacking cough that likes to pop up in the spring can play a trick on you. There’s no fever, the cough comes and goes, and it seems to be triggered by the […]

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Five tips to keep kids free from injuries and illness

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (April 24, 2014)  The arrival of warmer spring weather means kids will be out on their bikes, families will be taking more road trips and allergies will bring on coughs and sneezes. That […]

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RSV – What you need to know to keep your child healthy

We all know that with winter comes cold and flu season, but winter poses another more serious health threat – respiratory syncytial virus. RSV, as it’s commonly called, is a virus that many times leads […]

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