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  • Coronavirus (COVID-19): Antibody Testing for Parents

    Antibody testing for coronavirus (COVID-19) involves taking a small blood sample to check for antibodies that the body may have made to fight the virus.

  • Coronavirus (COVID-19): What Are the Different Types of Tests? for Parents

    As coronavirus spreads in communities, parents might wonder if their family should get tested. Here's how health care providers test for it.

  • Understanding Coronavirus (COVID-19) for Parents

    Looking for information about coronavirus (COVID-19)? Our articles and videos explain what the virus is, ways to prevent it from spreading, what it means for school and learning, and much more.

  • Coronavirus (COVID-19): Your Questions Answered for Parents

    We're learning more about coronavirus (COVID-19) every day. Here are answers to some questions you may have about symptoms, care, and protecting your family.

  • Is It a Cold, the Flu, or COVID-19? for Parents

    Your child has a sore throat, cough, and a high fever. Is it COVID-19? Could it be the flu? Or just a cold? Here are tips on what to look for — and what to do.

  • Flu Facts for Teens

    Every year from October to May, millions of people across the United States come down with the flu. Get the facts on the flu - including how to feel better if you get it.

  • Blood Test: Immunoglobulins (IgA, IgG, IgM) for Parents

    Immunoglobulins (antibodies in the blood) can give doctors important information about the immune system, especially relating to infection or autoimmune disease.

  • The Flu (Influenza) for Parents

    Flu symptoms tend to come on quickly and are worse than the sneezing and stuffiness of a cold. The flu is very contagious. Find out what to do in this article for parents.

  • Your Child's Immunizations: Influenza Vaccine (Flu Shot) for Parents

    Find out when and why kids need to get the flu vaccine.

  • The Flu Vaccine for Teens

    Doctors recommend that all teens get vaccinated against the flu. Here are the facts on flu vaccines.