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Focus on Keeping Children Healthy During COVID-19
May 2020 | Issue No. 197
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During the COVID-19 pandemic, it is more important than ever to stay connected with your pediatrician. Your doctor is is concerned about the health of your baby, child or teen, and can talk with you about anything from medications and illnesses to injuries and behavior or mental health challenges. There are important well-child visits that should not be delayed, even during social distancing. Know that pediatricians are taking steps to ensure exams are as safe as possible. Video visits may also be available. Read more here.

Multi-System Inflammatory Syndrome in Children, found in some patients who had COVID-19, sounds scary. But the new illness is rare and treatable, especially if caught early. Tell your pediatrician if your child has a lasting fever or other possible symptoms. See full article here.
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