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  • Coronavirus (COVID-19): Questions & Answers About Vaccines for Parents


    As COVID-19 vaccines become available, here are some questions many parents have.

  • Understanding Coronavirus (COVID-19) for Parents


    Looking for information about coronavirus (COVID-19)? Our articles and videos explain what the virus is, ways to prevent it from spreading, how to talk to kids about it, how to care for someone who is sick, and much more.

  • Bacterial & Viral Infections for Parents


    Learn about common childhood infections and how to treat them.

  • Infections for Parents


    Every child gets sick from time to time. When your child isn't feeling well, you'll want to know how to recognize the symptoms, how to help, and when to call the doctor. Find out what you need to know about all the common and not-so-common infections.

  • Coronavirus (COVID-19): Pregnancy FAQs for Parents


    We're learning more every day about coronavirus (COVID-19). Here are some answers to questions about coronavirus and pregnancy.

  • Coronavirus (COVID-19): How to Talk to Your Child for Parents


    Your kids are hearing about coronavirus (COVID-19). To make sure they get reliable information, here's how to talk about it.

  • Coronavirus (COVID-19): Antibody Testing for Parents


    Antibody testing for coronavirus (COVID-19) involves taking a small blood sample to check for antibodies that the body may have made to fight the virus.

  • Coronavirus (COVID-19): Home Care & Precautions for Parents


    Anyone who is sick — even if they don't know for sure they have coronavirus (COVID-19) — should stay home unless they need medical care. This helps prevent the illness from spreading to others.

  • Coronavirus (COVID-19): How to Protect Babies and Toddlers for Parents


    Children must be over age 2 to wear a face covering or mask. So parents might wonder how they can help protect their babies and toddlers from coronavirus (COVID-19).

  • Coronavirus (COVID-19): Getting Tested for Parents


    As coronavirus spreads in communities, parents might wonder if their family should get tested. Here's how health care providers test for it.

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