COVID-19 Resources for Flu Season

With flu season approaching, we wanted to share some resources to help keep yourself, your family, and your children safe!

For more COVID-19 resources, check out these previous blogs on mental and physical health and families and schooling.

A Unique Flu Season

Keeping Children Healthy

  • How do you protect your child from the flu? by Craig A. Shrift, M.D.
    With school back in session, flu season is here. The good news is your child doesn’t have to face days of bed rest and discomfort if you take the right steps.

  • How to Protect Your Kids This Flu Season by Margaret Chapman
    As if the coronavirus pandemic hasn’t been enough to deal with this year, another respiratory virus is on the horizon—influenza. U.S. health officials fear the overlap of the two viruses could further strain healthcare systems. Thankfully, there are ways to protect yourself and your family.

  • Flu and coronavirus can be different in kids—Here are the symptoms by Joyce Retz
    With flu season upon us amid the coronavirus pandemic, parents with children feeling under the weather may find themselves confused and anxious about symptoms. Many seasonal influenza and coronavirus symptoms are the same, but this chart helps you tell the difference.

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