Tag: "Division of Infectious Diseases"
COVID-19: What We Know About Antibody Tests
As we continue to learn more about COVID-19, many families are wondering if they’ve been exposed to it or have had the disease previously. Read what we know about antibody tests and what the results may mean.
Dr. Robert Frenck discusses the Zika virus
A brief summary of and link to a Fox19.com interview with Robert Frenck, MD, discussing the Zika virus and its threat to pregnant women.
New Year-Round Visitor Policy Helps Keep Loved Ones Safe
Cincinnati Children's year-round visitor policy balances the need for support from family and friends and limits exposure to germs to keep everyone safe.
Antibiotics in animal feed can harm children, doctors warn
A brief summary of and link to a story on CBS News about a study finding that antibiotics in animal feed contributes to antibiotic resistance.
Photo posted on Facebook helps mom diagnose son’s Lyme disease
Karen McGregor recognized the bull’s-eye looking rash on her son’s face as Lyme Disease after seeing a post about the disease on Facebook. Her one-year-old quickly received antibiotics to combat
A New Reason Why Newborns Can’t Fight Colds
A new study suggests there’s a good reason why newborns’ immune systems don’t fight off germs. Researchers from Cincinnati Children’s say an infant’s immune system is deliberately not doing battle