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  • Coronavirus (COVID-19): How to Protect Babies and Toddlers for Parents


    Children must be over age 2 to wear a face covering or mask. So parents might wonder how they can help protect their babies and toddlers from coronavirus (COVID-19).

  • Coronavirus (COVID-19): Helping Kids Get Used to Masks for Parents


    People are wearing masks to help slow the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). Some toddlers and young children may feel uneasy about masks. Here's how to reassure your child.

  • 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): How to Talk to Your Child for Parents


    Your kids are hearing about coronavirus (COVID-19). To make sure they get reliable information, here's how to talk about it.

  • Coronavirus (COVID-19): Should Your Child Return to Sports? for Parents


    Many kids are ready to play sports after missing out because of the coronavirus pandemic. But is that safe? Parents should consider many things before deciding if returning to sports is right for their child.

  • Coronavirus (COVID-19): Getting Tested at a Drive-Thru Testing Site for Parents


    A drive-thru testing site is a place where parents and children stay in the car while a health care provider does a test.

  • What Is Herd Immunity? for Parents


    Herd immunity is when many people are immune to a contagious infection, so it's harder for that infection to spread in a community. But does it have a role in the fight against COVID-19?

  • 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.

  • 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.