How to Prepare for Your Kid's Sick Days

Preparing for Sick Days

Kids may pass germs on to each other, but there are ways you can be ready for the times when your child comes home with an illness.

How to be prepared:

  • Keep a list on your fridge or by the phone of key phone numbers such as your family doctor, pediatrician, local Poison Control Centre and local pharmacy.
  • Keep an up-to-date record of your child's weight. Many children's medicines are dosed by weight or age. The dose will change as your child grows.
  • Make a list of any medications that your child is taking currently and any allergies he or she may have.
  • Stock your medicine cabinet with a thermometer to keep track of your child’s temperature and Infants’ and Children's TYLENOL® to relieve fevers and reduce pain.

Sick days are no fun for anyone, but having a game plan will help you give them the care and comfort you want.

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Infants' TYLENOL® Drops

Pediatricians recommend this pain reliever and fever reducer.

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