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Sniffles. Runny nose. Sad little barking cough. Tiny stuffed up noses with congestion. When your baby or child has a cold, your heart breaks for them. As a parent, all you want to do is take the discomfort away, but with a cold, you cannot simply give your child medicine and make them feel better.
Tip: Do not give your baby or toddler cough or cold medicine; it has not been proven effective in treating the symptoms of the common cold, and in fact, can be fatal.
While you can’t cure the common cold, there are certainly things you can do to alleviate the symptoms that are safe and effective for the whole family.
These work great for everything from ear infections and pneumonia to strep throat and the flu to manage symptoms.