Tag: Flu

December 30, 2022

When to take your child to the hospital for flu and cold symptoms

Pediatric experts give advice on when it's best to go to a walk-in clinic instead of the emergency room.

Children Cold & Flu Infants & Toddlers

November 16, 2022

A mom’s plea: Pay attention to RSV

Within a few weeks of starting daycare, their son came home with RSV, which at…

Cold & Flu Ear, Nose & Throat Infants & Toddlers

November 14, 2022

Can you still get sick after a vaccine? An infectious disease expert explains

Have you ever wondered why you can still get a mild case of respiratory infection even after getting the vaccine? Read on for the explanation.

Cold & Flu Prevention

November 1, 2022

RSV and other winter illnesses make early arrival

Pediatricians are seeing a surge in RSV cases. Here’s what to know about this seasonal…

Children Cold & Flu Infants & Toddlers Prevention

January 18, 2021

Health OnCall: See a provider in your home, office or hotel room

Vanderbilt Health OnCall sends a nurse practitioner to you for basic care.

Cold & Flu

December 1, 2020

ER or walk-in clinic? How to make the call

Emergency room vs. Walk-in Clinic: Making the choice can be tricky. Here are important points…

Prevention Safety

October 21, 2020

Three things an infectious disease specialist wants you to know this flu season

The double-whammy of COVID-19 and influenza will make for an interesting fall and winter. Here’s what you need to know to stay healthy.

Cold & Flu Prevention

October 20, 2020

Why you and yours need flu vaccinations this year

A Vanderbilt expert sheds light on the myths surrounding the flu shot, and explains why there’s really no excuse not to get yours this year.

Cold & Flu Prevention

October 19, 2020

It’s officially flu shot season! Here’s what parents need to know this year

A Q&A with a Vanderbilt pediatric nurse practitioner on how, why and when to get a flu shot this season.

Cold & Flu Prevention

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