Saturday is World Hepatitis Day focusing on viruses that affect several million people in the U.S.
When a child develops a fever, it’s only natural for their parent or caregiver to become concerned, but when should you really worry?
Most fevers in children are not dangerous, and parents shouldn’t worry so much, according to a new study.
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