Enterovirus D68 Directory
Most people who catch enterovirus D68 don't get sick, but those that do feel like they have a cold for about a week. Severe cases of EV-D68 are of greatest concern in infants, children, and teens, especially those with a history of asthma or other breathing problems. The virus is spread the same way as the common cold, so hand washing and disinfecting household surfaces are the best way to prevent it. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how enterovirus D68 is contracted, what it looks like, how to treat it, and much more.
What is Enterovirus D68: Symptoms, Causes, and Treatment
Enterovirus-68 is a type of viral infection that may cause cold-like symptoms or severe respiratory infection, especially in children.
Natural Prevention for Colds and Flu
Some simple steps can help prevent many colds, and perhaps even help ward off the flu. Learn more here.
Who Is at Risk for EV-D68 or Enterovirus D68?
Protect your infants, children, and teens from EV-D68 or Enterovirus D68.
Protect your baby from contagious germs and viruses with these 10 tips.
Don't Get Sick Like Everyone Else
How can you stay well when everyone around you is sick? It's simple with these expert suggestions.