Are there medical conditions that might make me more at risk to catching a cold?
How dangerous are colds?
Are there ways I can prevent a cold?
What are the recent changes the FDA made for children under 6 regarding colds?
Can I catch a cold from being cold and wet?
Can I give any cold medicine to my children?
Should I stay home if I have a cold and, if so, for how long?
What is an analgesic?
What are the symptoms of a cold?
How can I treat my child’s cold?
What should I do at the first sign of a cold?
What if I don’t see any improvement in my child?
When should you call a doctor?
What is the difference between a cold and the flu?
Why isn’t there a cold vaccine like there is for the flu?
Can a cold evolve into the flu?
Are there medicines I can take for the cold?
Can you get a cold and the flu simultaneously?
How effective are natural remedies like vitamins?
What is the difference between colds and allergies?
Understanding the Common Cold
Is there a time of the year that I’m more likely to catch a cold?
What is the cold?
Are there more life factors that make me more susceptible to catching a cold?
What is a cold caused by?
Am I more likely to catch a cold in a certain environment?
How do you catch a cold?
Can I catch a cold in an environment with circulated air?
How many different kinds of cold are there?
Are colds more dangerous to certain people than others?
What is the difference between child colds and adult colds?