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Human Parainfluenza Viruses | Transmission of HPIVs | CDC

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Human parainfluenza viruses (HPIVs) usually spread from person to person through air by coughing and sneezing, touching...

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What Parents Need to Know about Enterovirus D68 | CDC Features

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Every year, millions of children in the United States catch enteroviruses that can cause coughing, sneezing, and fever. This year, the enterovirus that is most commonly causing respiratory illness in children across the country is enterovirus-D68 (EV-D68). Take basic steps to keep your child from getting and spreading EV-D68.

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Common Colds: Protect Yourself and Others | CDC Features

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Sore throat and runny nose are usually the first signs of a cold, followed by coughing and sneezing. Most people recover in 7-10 days or so. You can help reduce your risk of getting a cold by washing your hands often and avoid touching your face with unwashed hands.

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