Tag "respiratory viruses"

New things and situations are anxiety producing, and COVID-19 is no exception. So much is unknown about the disease, and things seem to be changing quickly. This can be worrisome for both adults and kids. Parents may be wondering how › Continue Reading

COVID-19 is spreading in the United States and it is important for parents and caregivers of immunocompromised children and teens to be diligent about precautions and make some preparations.   We don’t know enough about COVID-19 to be able to predict the impact it will › Continue Reading

You know the drill – your child wakes up feeling crummy. She or he is coughing like crazy. The poor thing sounds miserable. This is when most parents start wondering, “What does that cough mean?” It’s an understandable concern, since › Continue Reading

The cold and flu season is upon us! To reduce the transmission of respiratory viruses and protect the health of our patients, on December 10, 2014, Cincinnati Children’s implemented Visitor Restrictions. It’s important to be aware of these restrictions as you › Continue Reading

Enterovirus FAQs

If you’ve seen or read the news during the last few days, you’ve undoubtedly heard about a strain of enterovirus called EV-D68. This is the virus that has been reported to be associated with large numbers of respiratory illnesses across › Continue Reading