Dengue Fever for Teens
This infectious disease can cause high fevers, headaches, rashes, and pain throughout the body. Find out what to do about dengue fever - and how to avoid it.
Dengue Fever for Parents
You're not at risk of this illness in the U.S., but if you live in or are traveling to a tropical country it's wise to take precautions against this virus.
Fevers for Parents
Fevers happen when the body's internal "thermostat" raises the body temperature above normal. This is often the body's way of fighting infections.
First Aid: Fever for Parents
Fevers are usually not cause for alarm - they're the body's way of fighting infection. Here's what to do if your child has a fever.
Typhoid Fever for Parents
While typhoid fever isn't common in the U.S., it can be a health threat elsewhere. Learn about this illness and how to prevent it.
Scarlet Fever for Parents
Scarlet fever is an illness caused by a strep infection. It causes a red, bumpy rash that spreads over most of the body, and is treated with antibiotics.
What's a Fever? for Kids
What are fevers? Why do kids get them? Get the facts on temperatures and fevers in this article for kids.
Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever for Parents
Rocky Mountain spotted fever is an infection spread by ticks. Find out more about it - including how to prevent it.
Word! Yellow Fever for Kids
Yellow fever is a disease caused by a virus carried by mosquitoes. It's called yellow fever because it can cause jaundice, which turns the skin yellow.
Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever for Teens
Rocky Mountain spotted fever (RMSF) is a disease caused by a bacteria that is carried by certain types of ticks. Learn about the signs and symptoms of RMSF and tips for preventing infection in this article.