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Parenting Prescription: What not to do if your child is sick

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Parenting Prescription: What not to do if your child is sick

March 13, 2014

http://www.today.com/id/49063771/ns/today-video/#54664467

 

Source - NBC's Today Show


We all hate to see our kids suffer, especially when it’s from a fever, but as Dr. Wendy Sue Swanson of Seattle Children’s reminds us, parents should treat their child and not their thermometer. Dr. Swanson also provides information for parents about treating infections, pink eye, as well as how to approach CT scans in this interview.

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