Respiratory syncytial virus, or RSV, can affect older adults, especially those with chronic diseases. Find out what you can do to treat and prevent RSV.
Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is common in babies. But it also can be very serious for older adults. Find out how you can protect yourself.
Respiratory syncytial virus may start out with mild, familiar symptoms, but it can turn serious if you're older than 65. Test your knowledge about RSV.
Feel a sore throat and runny nose coming on? How do you know if it’s the common cold or something more like RSV or respiratory syncytial virus?
Symptoms of respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) may not seem serious. But it can be dangerous if you’re an older adult. Find out who's most at risk.
RSV primarily affects children under 2, but it can be serious in adults over 65 who are immunocompromised or have chronic conditions. Here’s why.
Just like with cold and flu, there's also a respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) season. Find out when you're more at risk and how to protect yourself.
For some, RSV symptoms can be more severe than those of the common cold. Here’s how to stop the spread.
It’s often mistaken for the common cold. But it can be dangerous or even deadly if you’re over 65. Find out what you can do about RSV.
Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) can lead to serious health issues in older adults. Find out why getting timely care is important.