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Does My Child Have H1N1 or a Cold?

Does Your Tot Have the Flu or a Cold?

Parents monitor their sick child's symptoms around the clock. Every sneeze, sniffle, and spike in temperature is noted. So how does mama know if her child is suffering from a pesky cold, the seasonal flu, or the H1N1 virus? Take the quiz to test your flu and cold smarts.

 

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Your child is complaining that his body hurts, but he can't pinpoint where or why. You suspect he is achy. Aches and pains are a symptom of __________.

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You take your child's temperature and it's a steamy 103.4. She probably has __________.

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Your child's nose has been very runny, and now her nasal secretions have turned dark in color. Aside from blowing through tissues, she is not complaining of any other ailments. This is a symptom of ________.

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Your little one has been sneezing his head off. You took his temperature and it's normal. Your child probably has _________.

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Your child has been vomiting and/or has diarrhea. These are both symptoms of _________.

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Your child has a dry, nonproductive cough, she also complains her chest hurts. She may have _________?

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Your child has the chills and it's unseasonable warm outside. Chills are a sign of __________.

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