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Protecting People in Your Environment


Originally published by Click2Houston

As kids get out of school and head to camp and day cares, you know there will be illnesses coming in hot to your household.

The flu finally subsided, and now there’s other seasonal illnesses that show up during warmer months. The chief medical officer of Texas Children’s Pediatrics, Dr. Stan Spinner, said this time of year viral infections commonly cause upper respiratory infections, runny nose, cough, congestion and sore throats.

You’ll have to wait for viruses to clear on their own, but Spinner said bacterial infections like some forms of pink eye or strep throat can be treated with prescriptions and are showing up in doctors’ offices a lot right now.

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