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A Pediatrician’s Guide on When Your Child Should Be Tested for covid-19 and When They Can Return to School

With kids going back to school, new questions are coming up on when kids should be tested for COVID-19 and when they can return to

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Covid-19 Cases Back on the Rise Among Local Children

COVID-19 cases are increasing at Cook Children’s Medical Center and across North Texas. As of Oct. 12, the number of patients who have tested positive

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Safer air travel amid covid-19

As the holidays unfold, many people are preparing to travel across the country to visit family. For most of us, that means hopping aboard a

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Number of covid-19 symptoms you have could determine how long you’re sick, study says

For some, a coronavirus infection means a pesky cough, low fever and fatigue for a week, but for others, the virus sets up camp and

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When Should My Child Return to Sports After covid-19?

If your child plays sports, you may be worried about the long-term effects of COVID-19. Growing information in the medical community shows that concern may

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4 Ways to Protect Your Child From the Flu and covid-19

Man…it’s going to be a doozy of a winter. And while I’m confident that we’ll get through it together, I need your help. Ruling out

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Gameday do’s and don’ts during covid-19

It’s time to throw on your favorite jersey and get ready for some football! Whether you’re cheering on your kids under the Friday night lights,

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A buyer’s guide to purchasing the best hand sanitizer during the pandemic

Hand sanitizer is a hot commodity right now, but what type of hand sanitizer is the best at killing germs and keeping people protected from

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Flu vs. covid-19: how to tell the difference

As we enter flu season amidst the coronavirus pandemic, deciphering symptoms of influenza (also known as the flu) vs. COVID-19 is one of the more

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Dallas County surpasses 100,000 total coronavirus cases; Denton County adds four more deaths

Dallas County officials reported 624 more COVID-19 cases — all of which the county considers new — and has surpassed 100,000 confirmed and probable cases.