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  1. Children’s Cold Medicine: Safety Information

    WebMD brings you children’s cold medicine safety information including FDA guidelines for child cold remedies and safe methods of relieving cold symptoms in kids.

  2. Home Remedies for Fast Flu Relief

    Are you sick with the flu? Try these time-tested ways to ease flu symptoms and feel better.

  3. Vitamin C for the Common Cold

    Can vitamin C really help prevent or even treat colds? Learn more about vitamin C to see if it can help keep you well this cold season.

  4. Echinacea for the Common Cold

    Learn more about echinacea to see if this herb can help prevent or treat the common cold.

  5. Flu: Pandemics

    Get more information on flu pandemics.

  6. Children and Colds

    Learn more about children and colds: symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and home remedies.

  7. When to Call the Doctor About Flu

    Do you know when to call the doctor about flu? Learn more about flu symptoms, flu tests, and how you can avoid serious problems with flu.

  8. Heart Disease and Colds

    If you have heart disease, catching a cold may lead to serious problems. Learn what to do so you can prevent serious cold complications and stay well.

  9. HIV/AIDS and the Common Cold

    If your immune system is weakened from HIV/AIDS, you are more likely to get complications from a simple infection like a cold. Learn what you can do to help prevent problems and stay well.

  10. Starve a Cold, Feed a Fever?

    Do you starve a cold and feed a fever? Or is it the other way around? Learn the facts about eating well when you have a cold to speed your recovery.

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