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Can kids 6 months to 4 years old get an updated COVID-19 vaccine (targeting both the original and BA.4 and BA.5 strains of SARS-CoV-2)?

Families/Kids Vaccines

A: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend that kids aged 6 months to 4 years old that got the original Moderna vaccine for the primary series get an updated Moderna booster and that kids in this age group that got the original Pfizer vaccine for all three doses of the primary series get

Do kids need COVID-19 vaccines?

Families/Kids Vaccines

Yes. Kids need COVID-19 vaccines. It is safe. It is necessary. When we compare kids who get COVID-19 to kids who do not get COVID-19, we see quite clearly that kids CAN and DO get really sick, and it is worth protecting them. And when we compare vaccinated kids to unvaccinated kids, the results are

¡Auxilio! Hay escasez de medicamentos para la fiebre. ¿Cómo cuido a mi hijo si tiene fiebre?

Families/Kids Posts en Español Treatments

TL:DR: La fiebre suele ser una señal de que el cuerpo está luchando contra una infección o enfermedad. Es una de las formas en que nuestro sistema inmunológico responde a la infección. Los medicamentos para aminorar la fiebre y el dolor, como el paracetamol y el ibuprofeno, son una opción para los niños que se

Dear Pandemic Live Q&A 11-21-22

Families/Kids Infection and Spread Infectious Diseases Socializing Staying Safe Testing and Contact Tracing Uncertainty and Misinformation Videos

Those Nerdy Girls offer advice on staying well during a “triple threat” holiday season and insights into science denial – why it happens and how to navigate tricky conversations. Hosted by Those Nerdy Girls with: * Sara Gorman, PhD, MPH: Co-Founder of Critica, Author of Denying to the Grave & Contributing Writer at TNG *