My child recently had the flu and two weeks later developed a bad case of croup. Is it the same virus lingering or is it something new?
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If you have a productive cough, you might have bronchitis, which is inflammation and mucus buildup in larger airways.
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If you or your child has a stiff neck and increased confusion, you might have meningitis, which is when the menges around the brain and the spinal cord become inflamed, usually due to an infection.
Can any of the anti-viral medicines used to treat the flu also be used to treat the common cold?
Every year thousands of people suffer from a nasty cold, and sometimes it’s even followed by a serious sinus infection. Is this just a bad cold or is it the flu?