Cough and cold medications are not recommended for kids less than age 6. So what can you do to treat the common cold in children? Here are 4 tips that Dr. Majd personally uses to treat her own kids at home and the pediatric patients she cares for when they get sick.
If you are an employer or work in an office setting with shared space, consider sharing this video with all your employees or colleagues in order to avoid further missed work days – here are 3 simple rules to halt the spread of these horrible winter viruses that run rampant in enclosed spaces.
How can you tell if you have a cold virus or something more? Dr. Majd reviews the typical course of the common cold virus, and explains how the symptoms begin and play out through time. If you understand the typical viral course, you will know when you should see the doctor and when you should stay home. There’s no cure for the common cold virus, it is self-resolving; and prescription antibiotics work only on bacteria (not viruses). So why waste time at the doctor’s office when it’s not necessary? Check out my link below on how to best treat the symptoms of a common cold until it plays itself out.
Are you prepared for this winter’s cold and flu season? I’ll review the top 5 over-the-counter aids to help you combat these nasty viruses.