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    Medical Reference Related to Cold & Flu

    1. Children’s Cold Medicine: Safety Information

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

    2. Flu Vaccines for Children Under 2

      Children 6 months and older should be vaccinated for the flu. Learn more about the flu vaccine in children under 2.

    3. Ear Problems and Injuries, Age 11 and Younger - Home Treatment

      Information on home treatment of ear problems and injuries in children age 11 or younger.

    4. Swimmer's Ear (Otitis Externa) - Preparing For Your Appointment

      A list of questions that will help your health care professional diagnose and treat Ear-Problems and Injuries in Children Aged 11 and Younger.

    5. Complications of Ear Infections - Topic Overview

      Ear pain in children may be a sign of an infection in the space behind the eardrum (middle ear). Ear infections (otitis media) most commonly occur when cold symptoms, such as a runny or stuffy nose and a cough, have been present for a few days.

    6. Ear Problems and Injuries, Age 11 and Younger - Check Your Symptoms

      If your child, age 11 and younger, is experiencing ear problems and injuries, check the symptoms here to find out when to seek medical treatment.

    7. Ear Problems and Injuries, Age 11 and Younger - Prevention

      To prevent ear problems and injuries in young children, breastfeed your baby. Breastfed babies have fewer ear infections. Avoid exposing children to cigarette smoke. Children exposed to secondhand smoke have more frequent ear infections.

    8. Novel H1N1 Flu (Swine Flu) and Feeding your Baby: What Parents Should Know

      This document updates previously posted information for parents about infant feeding and novel H1N1 flu (swine flu).

    9. H1N1 Flu: Interim Guidance for People With Heart Disease, Stroke, or Cardiovascular Disease

      This article is important for people with heart disease, stroke, and cardiovascular disease who get the H1N1 swine flu.

    10. What Adults with HIV Infection Should Know About the Novel H1N1 Flu (formerly called swine flu)

      At the present time, we have no information about the risk of the novel H1N1 flu in people with HIV/AIDS. In the past, people with HIV/AIDS have not appeared to be at any greater risk than the general population for infection with routine seasonal influenza.

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