Croup is a common childhood infection seen throughout the year, most commonly in late fall and early winter. It is usually caused by a virus called parainfluenza. However, the symptoms of croup can be caused by several different viruses.
Typically, croup will start out with a sudden fever, runny nose and classic, deep, barky cough. The cough is described by many as sounding like a seal or dog bark. The deep cough and fever usually last two to three days and is always exaggerated at night. The cough is caused by swelling of the upper airway/throat area. Because of this …
The Lactation Connection is kicking off the festive season with its own special holiday sale!
Tomorrow, December 1, The Lactation Connection is offering 30% off your entire purchase*.
The store is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and is located across from Starbucks in The Shops at Renown, at Renown Regional Medical Center.
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